View Full Version : Glad to see solidcam forum

06-14-2007, 01:40 AM
Hi there,

I just noticed this solidcam dedicated forum.Thanks for adding it.We may soon have solidworks and solidcam purchased for our factory and it will be useull having a dedicated forum to post the many questions (and hopefully answers) relating to solidcam.

See you soon.

07-02-2007, 03:20 PM
I'm new around here!
I start to use SolidCam in the company I work for!
I'm student of mechanical engeenering and I like CAD and CAM software!
They bought software a few days ago and now we are testing and learning!

07-05-2007, 02:02 AM

We are waiting for our software to arrive, so will soon be up and running. How are things going on your side.

Hope you will be up to speed soon.

Have fun

07-05-2007, 05:02 AM
Everything is ok for now, we are learning well!
We will start next week to use software on our products, now are just lessons from software provider!
We think that there shouldn't be major problems to succesfully use software for our palete of products!
There are some things that we do different then software, but we will adapt in few months of using it!

09-13-2007, 08:06 PM
I too am glad to see a Sc forum.

Thanks Admin & the ppl that requested it :)

09-29-2007, 10:20 PM
My name is Charles Davis. I am a new SolidCAM distributor covering KY, NC, TN, VA, WV, and southern OH, IN.

I previously worked for 13 years with Mastercam (if you used Mastercam, you might know me as the reseller covering the San Diego/Baja area, and author of the Mastercam Handbooks).

I'm not here to sell anything, but rather to join in the discussion and hopefully help and learn from other SolidCAM users. That is, my goal in this forum is purely technical. I desire to learn all the ins and outs of using SolidCAM in the real-world. Let's put our heads together and share information so we can maximize our productivity.

I completed SolidCAM training in Seattle, and I've been working in SolidCAM as diligently and rigorously as I can. My transition to SolidCAM has been pretty smooth. It has a nice, natural flow to it. It also seems to have very high integrity -things just seems to work as advertised and no show-stoppers yet. Actually is has more functionality than I expected. The deeper I dig, the more I see.

I'm a real believer in SolidCAM. I am also a total believer that this industry needs to adopt integrated CAD/CAM solutions; the productivity benefits are simply too great to ignore.

Searching the forums, I've seen a few comments about SolidCAM needing better support in the US. I think this is the result of the product being relatively new in the U.S.

This forum can help. I am very glad to be here.

Best wishes

05-21-2009, 04:11 AM
Hi friends,
Am new to this forum ,I like to know that weather solidcam works only in solidworks or also any other software else