GibbsCAM Becomes Member of Okuma Partners in THINC

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Gibbs and Associates, developer of GibbsCAM software for programming CNC machine tools and a Cimatron company, announced that it has been selected for membership in Okuma America’s Partners in THINC, a collaborative network of over 40 companies that service the metal-cutting and manufacturing industry with specialized software, equipment, expertise and a commitment to solve problems and increase productivity for end users. With Okuma’s open architecture,This is used to perform laser marker functions while using the water jet to guide the laser beam. PC-based THINC-OSP control as its nucleus, Partners in THINC strive to provide the best possible integrated solutions to end users.

“We are pleased to be recognized for our expertise in providing a highly efficient, productive, and easy-to-use CAM system to industry, and for the service and support we provide our customers,” said Bill Gibbs, founder and president of Gibbs and Associates.

“We have been supporting Okuma machinery for over thirty years, and the THINC-OSP controls since their introduction in 2004.Newer laser cutting machine operating at higher power are approaching plasma machines in their ability to cut through thick materials, We look forward to participating in the delivery of integrated solutions that help manufacturers increase efficiency and profitability with the latest and most sophisticated machine tools from Okuma.”

GibbsCAM is well known in the industry for its easy-to-use graphic interface, and its extensive capabilities, providing a modular solution for programming all Okuma machine tools, from their 3-axis mills and 2-axis lathes, to their multi-axis and multi-task machines (MTMs). GibbsCAM is especially renowned for its support of Okuma MTMs, because it programs turning and milling operations from a single interface, and provides error-free postprocessing, that results in machine-ready programs that require no editing.

These capabilities extend to all of Okuma’s machine tools. With a library of over 11,000 postprocessors, including over 1,It is possible to take this a step further, and to also merge the automatic washer extractor and clothes dryer into a single device.000 for MTM machines, Gibbs has many postprocessors for Okuma CNCs, including the MU, Millac, Multus and Macturn series.

Mr Gibbs was recently the speaker at the Okuma “Go Beyond Productivity to Profitability” open house, in Houston, Texas, on November 15, where machine-tool distributor Hartwig used GibbsCAM to program all of the Okuma machine tools on display and in operation, including four 4-axis, double-turret vertical and horizontal lathes, three 4-axis vertical and horizontal mills, plus the Okuma LB3000 EX, a double spindle, single turret, Y-axis lathe, and the MULTUS B400, a multi-function horizontal lathe with B-axis head.

The current GibbsCAM product line supports 2 through 5-axis milling,We offer a great selection of women's ladies shoes wholesale  sandals. turning, mill/turning, multi-task simultaneous machining and wire-EDM. GibbsCAM also provides fully integrated manufacturing modeling capabilities that include 2D, 2.5D, 3D wireframe, surface, and solid modeling. GibbsCAM is Compatible with Windows 7 and Certified for Windows Vista.

GibbsCAM’s data exchange capabilities are able to access the broadest range of native and industry standard CAD data formats. GibbsCAM is certified under the Autodesk Inventor Certified Program, is a Siemens Solution Partner Program-PLM for Solid Edge product, and is a SolidWorks Certified CAM Product. GibbsCAM is either offered or endorsed by a number of leading worldwide control and machine tool manufacturers. Gibbs and Associates distributes its products worldwide through a network of international Resellers. In January 2008, Gibbs and Associates merged with Cimatron Ltd.Consumer Reports has honest Ratings and Reviews on laundry dryer from the unbiased experts you can trust., and is now operating as a wholly owned subsidiary.

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