D3 Technologies Debuts New PowerMill and FeatureCAM Training Courses

Companies can use this technology to accelerate their toolpath calculations and roughing. 

Companies can use this technology to accelerate their toolpath calculations and roughing. 

D3 Technologies, a Platinum-level Autodesk partner, will begin hosting training courses for Autodesk PowerMill and FeatureCAM software. Advanced manufacturing software is becoming a larger part of the manufacturing industry, and these tools cover a wide variety of advanced manufacturing solutions. D3 will be one of the first to offer classes over these innovative tools from Autodesk.

PowerMill makes 3- and 5-axis programming, simulation, and verification easier with a user-friendly interface. Companies can use this technology to accelerate their toolpath calculations and roughing. 

FeatureCAM works in tandem with PowerMill to provide decreased programming and increased productivity with its automation software.

D3 Technologies new training classes will enable companies to learn more about these technologies and expand their capabilities to be more efficient, leading to shorter machining times and more efficient processing. D3’s selection of knowledgeable advanced manufacturing experts create an environment for learning and development with hands-on application.

Furthermore, D3's ability to support ongoing education with its CAD L.I.V.E. Training virtual training platform, D3 can provide CAM training anywhere, reducing the cost students have with the travel and inconvenience of other training options.

D3 will be offering these new training courses for PowerMill starting now and FeatureCAM starting April 2. D3 also offers a range of other training courses for companies and hobbyists on many Autodesk solutions. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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