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Industry 4.0 CAD/CAM

What’s industry 4.0?

Industry 4.0 or the fourth industrial revolution is based on revit digital technologies. Industry 4.0 offers benefits to all components of the manufacturing value chains.

The use of design and information technology is utilized to connect the physical world with the digital. Information analysis tools are used to discover the connections between data and collaboration among physical machines (machine-machine connections, product-machine system, etc.). ). To create an intelligent industry, or direct communication between the end user and systems and to optimize and integrate the processes of design research, development, production, logistics, and service delivery. This new revolution is where CAD/CAM systems are relevant since they can allow models to be designed, simulated and monitored without the need to stop production.

What is CAD/CAM?

If you don’t know what CAD/CAM stands for it’s ( CAD) “computer-aided design” and (CAM) (computer-assisted manufacturing). These systems are used to design and fabricate shoes, electrodes and other products by using computers.

The “CAD/CAMsystem” is thought of as a separate discipline. Although both originated using engineering technology, the revit was seen as a computer-related technology, whereas the CAM were semi-automatic science that enabled the mastery of numbers.


The major advantages of the CAM system are:

It permits you to receive services for production planning as well as data management

It lets you manage the processes that guarantee the security and efficiency of data

It permits you to create and search for NC programs that allow for efficient cutting.

This allows you to increase the capabilities of your production equipment such as high-speed and tornado machines as well as electric discharge cutting.

Concrete Applications of Industry 4.0

Aeronautics • Reduced fuel consumption, improved efficiency of management of personnel in flight, cancellations and delays decreased more effectively managing maintenance plans, spare parts, and general optimization of the flights schedules.

Rail transport: Real-time equipment diagnostics, predictive maintenance improvements and optimizing resource allocation the based on passenger volume