Leading CAM provider will demonstrate comprehensive support of Mori Seiki's product line

Gibbs and Associates, developer of GibbsCAM®, software for programming CNC machine tools and a Cimatron company, announced today that GibbsCAM will be demonstrated at Mori Seiki's upcoming Innovation Days on May 14th – 16th. Innovation Days, which highlights Mori Seiki's latest CNC technology and also celebrates Mori Seiki's 25th Anniversary, is being held at Mori Seiki USA's Chicago Technical Center. Gibbs will demonstrate GibbsCAM's NC programming support of Mori Seiki's conventional and advanced multi-tasking machine tools. Gibbs will also demonstrate the latest GibbsCAM enhancement which fully supports Mori Seiki's innovative spinning tool turning. GibbsCAM support for Mori Seiki's spinning tool operation includes rough and finish turning on any type of lathe part and the ability to control the tool axis in a variety of ways to provide an optimal tool-part cutting condition.

"Gibbs is pleased to participate at Mori Seiki's Innovation Days event and to congratulate them on their 25th anniversary," stated Bill Gibbs, president, and CEO of Gibbs and Associates. "We have worked closely with Mori Seiki to ensure that GibbsCAM supports the extensive functionality of their machine tools. Most recently, we have worked with Mori Seiki to support their spinning tool turning capability, a new approach to machining which is ideally suited for multi-tasking machine tools. We look forward to demonstrating GibbsCAM's ease-of-use in programming even the most complex Mori Seiki models."

GibbsCAM offers comprehensive support for Mori Seiki's complete line of machine tools including verification by Mori Seiki for their NT and NMV lines of multi-task machine tools. GibbsCAM's what-you-see-is-what-you-machine post processors allow users to program in confidence with the assurance that posted output is accurate and edit-free.

For more information about GibbsCAM, or to locate your local GibbsCAM Reseller, go to www.GibbsCAM.com, call 1-800-654-9399, or email [email protected].