Windows 95 and Windows NT 32-Bit CAD/CAM system

May 1996
Modern Machine Shop;May96, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p169
Trade Publication
Highlights AlphaCAM, a 32-bit CAD/CAM system for Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 3.11 and Windows NT operating systems. Programming aspects of AlphaCAM; Features of AlphaCAM; Details of the design of Fast Geometry; Advantages of AlphaCAM; Other integrated features of AlphaCAM; Ability of AlphaCAM's Advanced Mill Module.


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