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IMCS, Inc.
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Fort Washington, PA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6741905 Visual system for programming of simultaneous and synchronous machining operations on lathes May 25, 2004
A system and method allows visual programming of simultaneous and synchronous machining operations on multi-axis lathes. The system and method accounts for different combinations of simultaneous and synchronized lathe operations on the spindles which can utilize multiple tools. A gra
6112133 Visual system and method for generating a CNC program for machining parts with planar and curvil August 29, 2000
The present invention comprises a system and method for generating a CNC program for machining a part having planar and curvilinear surfaces and surfaces of revolution comprising an interface for inputting part information including for at least one face corresponding to at least one

 
 
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