Computer-aided Manufacturing  (CAM) is the use of software to control machine tools in the manufacturing of tooling or machined items. Its primary use is to create a faster production process  for the manufacture of these machined items, with more precise dimensions and consistency. The software will send signals to the integrated machining centre which in turn will translate them into a cutting path, allowing more complex shapes to be machined that previously could not be drawn in a 2d format. These machines can run unmanned cutting cost from the production process, whilst similarly opening up the working window to 24 hour operation allowing faster delivery.


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