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DP Technology, a computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) specialist, will exhibit its Esprit software at the Pacific Coast Machine Tool Expo on 10-12 November in Santa Clara, California.

At Booth 1,121, company representatives will be available to answer questions and perform demonstrations of the latest time-saving upgrades.

Esprit emphasises the use of milling and/or turning in any combination and on any type of machine tool.

A new concept in advanced machining functionality is based on the idea that any five-axis machining function, no matter how complex, can be defined with a few simple steps, according to the company.

By following the same time-tested steps that programmers use when deciding how to machine five-axis parts, an advanced computer-aided-design (CAD)/CAM system can combine advanced milling technology with a familiar interface.

The patent-pending Freeform five-axis composite machining cycle in Esprit allows users to independently define machining patterns and tool orientation strategies to be used when creating the simultaneous five-axis tool path and includes 20 different machining strategies (cycles) in one.

The new Esprit composite machining cycle gives the user the ability to perform simultaneous five-axis machining for a variety of different parts and industries, including aerospace, medical and automotive, through one user interface.

Esprit is a high-performance CAM system for a range of machine-tool applications.

It delivers full-spectrum programming for two- to five-axis milling, two- to 22-axis turning, two- to five-axis wire EDM, multi-tasking mill-turn machining and B-axis machine tools and high-speed three- and five-axis machining.

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