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Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.

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Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.

I am looking for people who have personal experience with a company that has done this for them.


I know about ICAM, PostHaste and Gpost(Internal)


Any other options that are really good?

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RE: Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.



In Reply to Kelsey Heikoop:



I am looking for people who have personal experience with a company that has done this for them.


I know about ICAM, PostHaste and Gpost(Internal)


Any other options that are really good?




I would start with AustinNC (Gpost), then ICAM, then others...


AustinNC offered us the best-in-class service and we never had problems to get solutions for complex problems... And I thinkwe are a very demanding customer...


Their cost benefit is also excellent.


Yes, I'm might be biased, but that's the result of years of experience working in a industry where a bunch of vendors do not fulfill their promisses...


Keep in mind that an important part of the PP development process lies on your side... please read this:


http://camzone.org/2012/01/14/post-processors-what-you-should-know-about-them/


I think that in order to get a more accurate answer, you could share your points about "What complexity" you are talking about. Depending on what functionalities your machine have or what you are trying to achieve, ICAM may be a better tool.


But honestly, in my experience with Pro/E CAM and its functionalities, there's virtually

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RE: Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.




In Reply to Kelsey Heikoop:



I am looking for people who have personal experience with a company that has done this for them.


I know about ICAM, PostHaste and Gpost(Internal)


Any other options that are really good?




I would start with AustinNC (Gpost), then ICAM, then others...


AustinNC offered us the best-in-class service and we never had problems to get solutions for complex problems... And I thinkwe are a very demanding customer...


Their cost benefit is also excellent.


Yes, I'm might be biased, but that's the result of years of experience working in a industry where a bunch of vendors do not fulfill their promisses...


Keep in mind that an important part of the PP development process lies on your side... please read this:


http://camzone.org/2012/01/14/post-processors-what-you-should-know-about-them/


I think that in order to get a more accurate answer, you could share your points about "What complexity" you are talking about. Depending on what functionalities your machine have or what you are trying to achieve, ICAM may be a better tool.


But honestly, in my experience with Pro/E CAM and its functionalities, there's virtually

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RE: Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.

Kelsey,


I see that you are looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation. One of my customers sent me your link (Paul Whitten from Precision Aerospace). I have many references who can speak for the quality of work that I have done for them. I have had the opportunity to create post processors for over 400 different companies. I specialize in creating post processors for Pro/NC. Call me and we can talk about a competetive price for what you need.


Thanks,


Kent 269-663-5515


www.post-pro.com


Post-ProKent Hanson (Owner)


Edwardsburg, MI


269-663-5515



khanson@post-pro.com
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Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.

Kent.

Thanks very much for your info.

We have gone ahead and stuck with Ground Support on this post. I appreciate
the follow up.

Kelsey Heikoop
Pro CNC Inc
Lions Gate Softworks
360-746-2728
www.ProCNC.com

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Re: Looking for a vendor for 5 axis complex Post Processor creation.

I have used Kent in the past for 5 axis post he is Great!

Brent Long

Maryland Machine

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