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CAM Software now supported in Autodesk Vault 2013
Happy new year everybody, I hoped you all enjoyed the break.
This is the first blog of mine this year and I am starting off with some great news.
At the beginning of this year EdgeCAM announced it’s latest software release will work directly with Autodesk Vault 2013, enabling users to store their CAM data alongside their Autodesk design files.
So for those of you are concerned about managing your CAM data as well as you design files now you have the solution.
Not only do you have version control, where used you can also copy designs of both parts and CAM Data within Vault.
To add to this when Edgecam files containing an Inventor model are checked out of the Vault and loaded into Edgecam, any recent changes to the Inventor model are recognized, flagging up the opportunity to update it in the Edgecam part.
The EdgeCAM integration uses familiar Vault commands and workflows making it simple to use and is available across all versions of Vault.
EdgeCAM is a certified Autodesk Inventor partner and is designed to work seamlessly with Inventor models, generating and updating machine tool paths, making this integration a must have for existing EdgeCAM, Inventor and Vault users.
If you need any further information on this please don’t hesitate to contact us.