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CAD/CAM, or computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing, is a service performed in the manufacturing industry that utilizes computer software to design and manufacture products. This technology allows for precise and efficient production, as it eliminates the need for manual drafting and machining. CAD software is used to create 2D or 3D models of the product, which can then be modified and refined before being sent to the CAM software. CAM software then uses the design to generate instructions for the manufacturing equipment, such as CNC machines, to produce the final product. This process allows for greater accuracy, faster production times, and reduced costs.

CAD/CAM is used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and medical device manufacturing. In the automotive industry, CAD/CAM is used to design and manufacture parts such as engine components and body panels. In aerospace, it is used to design and manufacture aircraft parts and components. In medical device manufacturing, CAD/CAM is used to design and manufacture prosthetics, dental implants, and other medical devices.

Berkness Company, a manufacturing company based in Minnesota, offers CAD/CAM services to its clients. With many years of experience in the industry, Berkness Company has the expertise and technology to provide high-quality CAD/CAM services to its clients. The company specializes in custom metal fabrication, and its CAD/CAM services allow for precise and efficient production of metal parts and components. Clients can visit the Contact Us page on the Berkness Company website to learn more about the company’s CAD/CAM services and how they can benefit their manufacturing needs. With a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, Berkness Company is a trusted partner for businesses in need of CAD/CAM services.


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