Wire EDM with DCAMCUT

EDM software at the highest level

Wire EDM with DCAMCUT enables the production of precision parts with the highest geometry complexity and surface quality as well as the smallest corner radii, primarily in tool and mold making, medical technology and aerospace engineering. DCAMCUT is increasingly used in all industries where high strength and hard materials are processed.

DCAMCUT is synonymous with the wire EDM process based on native surface information directly from 3D CAD systems.

          - zero tolerance - 100% time savings

NC processor technology that checks your programming steps before outputting the control code.

          - 100% safety - zero troubleshooting

NC browser, which simultaneously displays the control code for programming.

          Transparent editing structure - 100% overview              

Removal simulation including demolding analysis to visualize the programs created.

          - 100% control - no unexpected defective parts

 

Wire EDM with DCAMCUT

Contact

DCAM GmbH

Potsdamer Straße 12B 14513 Teltow
+49-89-81803-1501 Further information

Whether highly complex 4-axis clearing or multi-axis eroding: Specializing in wire EDM software for over three decades, we know all the technical innovations and are constantly adapting our software.


News

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A DCAM article in Mitsubishi Electric’s Profile magazine, published on 02/2018

11/20/2018

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NEW - DCAMCUT Advanced Course

08/08/2018 Expand your already acquired knowledge of DCAMCUT! We give you the chance to take part in a one-day advanced training…

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Seminars

DCAMCUT Advanced training

Deepen, refresh or even broaden your course with prior knowledge in DCAMCUT .

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Success story

Lüntech user report

A specialist in eroded microcomponents was looking for a powerful NC programming system for wire erosion. They found what they were looking for with DCAMCUT and managed to cut programming costs by 60% to 70%. This increased…

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