Partners in THINC Welcomes ESPRIT as a New Partner

Okuma America Corporation is pleased to announce that ESPRIT, a leading developer and supplier of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, has joined Partners in THINC.

EPSRIT, DP Technology provides manufacturers with latest CAM Technology, which enables faster part programming, increased machine-tool and cutting-tool utilization, and shorter cycle times. Offering a broad array of machining applications which include: 2 - 5 axis milling, 2 - 22 axis turning, 2 - 5 axis wire EDM, Multitasking mill-turn machining, B-axis machine tools, and High-speed 3- and 5-axis machining, ESPRIT is un-matched when it comes to getting the most out of your machine investments and increasing productivity.

Jeff Estes, Director of Partners in THINC, stated: “Challenging parts requiring 4 and 5 axis machining is where ESPRIT excels. Not that their CAM systems don’t work equally well on 2 and 3 axis requirements, but determining the optimum tool path of those difficult part configurations is a core competency. ESPRIT utilizes the un-paralleled computing power of the THINC control to reduce the cutting time of these challenging parts while optimizing tool life and load through using the most effective tool path possible.”

ESPRIT products can be seen and demonstrated at the Partners in THINC facility in Charlotte, North Carolina and at the Okuma Tech Centers in Chicago and Houston.

Partners in THINC is a unique facility and concept offering integrated solutions and a one-stop-shop designed to streamline current manufacturing processes, improve capabilities, or for exploring advanced manufacturing options. Each member of Partners in THINC brings specialized equipment, expertise and a commitment to provide the best possible integrated solutions to the end-user.

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