Autodesk certifies the hyperMILL® CAM solution

OPEN MIND Technologies AG announces that the hyperMILL® CAM solution is now certified for Autodesk Inventor 2012 mechanical design and engineering software. This officially confirms the seamless integration of hyperMILL® into the latest release from the leading provider of Digital Prototyping solutions. Digital Prototyping with Autodesk Inventor software gives manufacturers the ability to digitally design, visualize and simulate how a product will work under real world conditions before it is built, which helps reduce cost and increase efficiency. Data associativity enables continuous processes when the two systems are combined.

The hyperMILL® CAM solution from OPEN MIND and its wide range of machining strategies and optimisation functions underwent rigorous test procedures at Autodesk. The current version of the software has now been certified as meeting the highest standards of quality and compatibility and has been successfully integrated into Autodesk Inventor 2012. Thanks to full associativity with Autodesk design data, it is now possible to have CAM operations automatically updated in hyperMILL® if changes are made to the CAD models. Sharing access to the same database and using hyperMILL® from the CAD user interface increases speed and efficiency, helps prevent errors and reduces the user’s overall workload.

“The Autodesk Inventor certification confirms the interoperability of a product. The integration offers the user efficient processes, transparency and precision throughout all manufacturing steps, while also ensuring the highest possible accuracy,” explains Carl White, director of Inventor digital design product management at Autodesk.

The Autodesk Inventor software suite offers professional solutions, from 2D and 3D right through to digital prototyping, in order to digitally design, visualise and simulate products before they are manufactured. The integration of hyperMILL® allows users to directly access the optimal machining strategy for their product in a continuous workflow using the familiar user interface for the CAD application. This ensures a seamless process from design through to manufacturing.

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