diciembre 7, 2006
JIMTOF cuts it for Sescoi
Sescoi enjoyed a highly successful JIMTOF 2006 with well over 1000 visitors to its booth at the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre. Sescoi demonstrated Version 18 of its WorkNC automatic CAM/CAD software, supported by videos of parts cut by customers CAMbrain and Riken Forge. Additionally, Sescoi staff illustrated the advantages of MyWorkPLAN, the easy to use and implement job management solution for very small to medium sized custom manufacturers, which made its debut at JIMTOF.
A spokesperson for Sescoi Japan, commented, “Our booth was in a prime position directly opposite the entrance, maximising our flow of visitors. We certainly enjoyed an enthusiastic response to Auto 5 and the other 5-axis routines in WorkNC V18. The interest in MyWorkPLAN exceeded even our own high expectations, with many visitors taking advantage of our offer of a free 30 day trial of MyWorkPLAN.”
The International Machine Tool Engineers Conference ran alongside JIMTOF. At this event Mr Robert Endl, head of 5-axis R&D from Sescoi Germany and Mr Jeff Jaje, a 5-axis machining expert from Sescoi U.S. spoke on the challenges presented by 5-axis machining technology for both CAM systems and users. Sescoi also ran 5-axis workshops which included U.S. customer case studies The combined audience for all three presentations exceeded 300, making them some of the most popular events at the show.
Sescoi also ran a number of individual seminars at its booth, covering a range of topics including 5-axis machining and Auto 5, automatic programming, 3+2 machining, and 2D functions. Mr Kanji Hayashi of Sescoi Japan summarized : “The interest in Auto 5 and 5-axis programming reflects the growing number Japanese companies adopting this technology. WorkNC’s 5-axis capabilities demonstrated at JIMTOF will help ensure WorkNC maintains its number one position in the Japanese die and mouldmaking market.”