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Surfware Selects ModuleWorks for 5-Axis Machining

Sunday March 1st, 2009

ModuleWorks, the leading supplier of CAD/CAM components for 5-Axis machining have confirmed their partnership with Surfware Inc., developer of the award winning CAD/CAM system, SURFCAM®. The partnership agreement sees ModuleWorks provide their state of the art 5-Axis machining technology to be used in the SURFCAM Velocity® 4 Multi-Axis product.

Through the partnership, SURFCAM Velocity® 4 Multi-Axis has taken manufacturing capability to a new level with sophisticated multi-surface 4 and 5-Axis simultaneous machining, including complete tool and shank gouge protection to ensure safe toolpaths for the most complex of applications, such as the impellor shown.

According to Greg Schils, Surfware Product Manager, “The ModuleWorks tools allow us to take our system to the next level of functionality and user control. The addition of ModuleWorks to our multi-axis package gives users many additional, advanced functions and controls that allow them to machine parts that require an advanced programming system. Our customers now have the ability to perform work they not may have previously attempted to do.”

ModuleWorks Managing Director, Yavuz Murtezaoglu comments, “We are very pleased to have Surfware as a partner. SURFCAM Velocity is renowned for high quality toolpaths and surface finishes and now includes 4- and 5-Axis simultaneous machining through the addition of ModuleWorks technology”.

About Surfware, Inc.

Surfware, Inc., the developer of SURFCAM Velocity CAD/CAM systems and the award-winning, patented TrueMill technology, provides optimal solutions for today’s manufacturing challenges. Surfware, Inc. traces its roots back to three generations of Diehl family members involved in machining. Surfware’s co-founder Alan Diehl and mathematician Pat Patterson are the principal co-inventors of TrueMill. For additional information, visit www.surfware.com