CAD/CAM Design

CAD (Computer Aided Design). It is the technology involved in the use of computers to perform tasks of creation, modification, analysis and optimization of a design.
CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing). It refers to the use of computer numerical control (CNC) software applications to create detailed instructions (G-code), which govern numerically controlled (CNC) machine parts and manufacturing tools.
CAD/CAM integrates the design and manufacturing function, translating the final design specifications into detailed instructions for a machine.

CAD/CAM Systems

  • Systems that facilitate the coding of instructions
  • An easy-to-use interface is used
  • The user graphically indicates the paths he wants on a CAD model
  • The code is generated automatically
  • They allow to simulate the result of a machining process
  • Trajectiories can be generated manually or automatically
  • Systems that allow collision detection

Benefits of CAD/CAM systems

By using CAD/CAM techniques you get factors that are vital for today's industry:

  • Faster production cycles and higher quality processed products
  • Engineering Analysis: It allows to determine how the design will behave and eliminate errors without the need to spend time and money constructing and evaluating real prototypes
  • It means a great saving of time and a considerable reduction of costs
  • Computer animation and process control
  • Quality control and product reliability
  • More efficient use of machinery
  • Simultaneous machining
  • Surface Machining


CAD begins as a computerized technological engineering, while the CAM as a semiautomatic technology for the control of machines in numerical form in which you can make developments such as:

  • 3D Design
  • Production of drawings and document design
  • Analysis of moving objects
  • Basic geometric design
  • Structural design
  • Electronic design
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic design
  • Mechanical design
  • Modeling and simulation of molds
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Manufacture of prototypes
  • Generation and simulation of numerical control programs
  • Integrated circuit design
  • Printed Circuit Board Design
  • Design of electrical installations
  • Analysis, verification and simulation of designs

The development of customized software is the solution for when it is not possible to have a standard application that helps systematize the company's operational process, through the processing of information.

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Nowadays companies can access technological solutions to automate their processes, which allows them to streamline and make them more efficient.

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