ESPRIT by DP Technology Corp.
1150 Avenida Acaso
Camarillo , CA 93012 US
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Comprehensive CAM Software Update Highlights Improved Support and Machine Tool Solutions
DP Technology’s ESPRIT 2020 product update includes an expansion to its CAD software and solutions for Swiss-type machine models and mill-turn support.
DP Technology Launches Redesigned ESPRIT CAM Website
The virtual home of the ESPRIT CAM system has a new look. After several months of design and development, DP Technology has unveiled its completely revamped website.
Strong Design and State-of-the-Art Equipment Gives Omega Tool a Competitive Edge
Design expertise, supported by cutting-edge CNC, materials, software and inspection enables Omega Tool Inc. deliver notably robust molds.
Tsugami/Rem Sales Hosts Open House
Tsugami/Rem Sales hosts the third annual Technology Center Open House in Fullerton, California December 4-5, 2018.
Okuma Features Automation Applications at Winter Showcase
At Okuma’s Winter Showcase machine tool users will see cutting demonstrations on 22 machines and learn how they can apply automation applications to their manufacturing process to save time and money.
Performance Machinery Technology Day
Performance Machinery will host an open house on November 8, 2018.
Tradeshow Tuesday: On Display at IMTS 2018, Part 2
Check out this week’s slideshow to see some of what will be on display at the show.
2018 Technology Review and Sourcing Guide: Software
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read and easy-to-use use guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including software.
Mazak to Host Technology and Education Event for Midwest Shops
Mazak will host its annual Discover More With Mazak Event at its Midwest Technology Center in Schaumburg, Illinois, May 1–3, 2018. The event will host demonstrations from Sandvik, Esprit and others.
Throwback Thursday: Software Advances Push Limits of Speed and Quality
This throwback article provides interesting perspectives on software for moldmaking while also illustrating how fast software technology moves today.
Technology Showcase: Heading to Westec?
If you’re planning to head west to attend Westec, billed as “the West Coast’s Leading Manufacturing Event,” today’s blog is a slideshow preview of products you can expect to see there.
2015 Leadtime Leader Awards Honorable Mention: Dynamic Tool & Design - Committing to a Scientific Process
This shop’s recent strides in mold qualification mirror an ongoing transition to a more systematic approach to mold manufacturing. Meanwhile, a culture of ownership ensures a full buy-in from veteran employees as well as fresh talent attracted through extensive workforce development efforts.
2013 Leadtime Leader Awards: Honorable Mention Micro Mold Company, Inc.: Partnering to Push the Limits
This mold manufacturer wins the 2013 Leadtime Leader Honorable Mention title because it exceeds expectations with a team mentality—stemming from its youthful leadership working closely with skilled tradesmen—that sees customers, its sister molding company and industry associations as true partners.
Software Advances Push Limits of Speed and Quality
Software for moldmaking continues to evolve as sophisticated features and capabilities are introduced, enabling mold manufacturers to produce the highest quality work in the most compressed leadtimes to date.
Unique Mold Challenge Showcases Moldmaker as Customer Consultant
Ultimately, the Roembke Mfg. mold was a single-drop cold deck with a standard LSR valve gate design featuring side injection versus back injection for the plastic.
Multi-Tasking in Moldmaking
How and when to best apply multi-task machining and a look at the importance of the right programming system for these machines as well as considerations when reviewing your in-house programming software.
From the Field: Programming Software for Producing Playmobile Toy Molds
If it is still the norm in many tool- and moldmaking businesses to carry out programming either offline or directly on the machine, then the Playmobil example shows that a combination of both provides a lot of scope for creating and implementing new ideas.
Simplified Approach to Complex Five-Axis Machining
As multi-axis machine tools become more complex, CAM software systems must provide a more elegant way to program them.
The use of automation continues to rise as mold manufacturers respond to industry demand of constantly shrinking leadtimes. Manufacturers and suppliers have taken action with better, faster equipment and processes.
Software Enhances Advancing Technologies
CAD/CAM’s improved features and new capabilities—combined with the latest in technologies like high speed and five-axis machining, new cutting tools and 3-D technologies—allow moldmakers to achieve the highest quality in the shortest time.
The Art of Automation
Learning to harness the power of an automated CAM system is not only good for business, it preserves best machining practices for the future.