The show’s positioning is particularly in tune with Alma’s expertise, as the only CAM software publisher to address both cutting and robotic welding processes, enabling to offer a comprehensive digital solution to mechanical welding manufacturers meeting the challenges of Industry 4.0.
Webquote is a new service made available to users of the almaQuote quote software. It centralizes and facilitates communication between ordering parties and sub-contractors, while automating preparation and processing of a quote.
Join our webinar to learn about our CAM solution dedicated to robotized DED-WAAM processes: November 24th at 10:00 a.m. Central European Time and December 10th at 11 a.m. North American Eastern Standard Time.
Ever since it was created 40 years ago, Alma has specialized in cutting optimization. Today it is internationally renowned for its technical expertise, which it has developed over the years in many different countries.
The Nest&Cut web application enables any company involved in the cutting of flat materials, from anywhere in the world, to easily access the best automatic nesting algorithms for reducing raw material costs, without investing in a costly solution.
Sheet metal CAD/CAM, Robotics, Nesting… With the latest modules of the CAD/CAM software suite Almacam, virtual reality of robotic simulation and the worldwide preview of web-based automatic nesting application Nest&Cut, there will be innovations in all areas at Alma’s booth in Hannover.
Once again, the TOLEXPO show served as a platform to demonstrate our expertise in cutting, sheet metal machining, robotics and our trademark product Almacam, the CAD/CAM software suite which was launched 3 years back.
Thanks to the partnership between SAIELO and Alma, Tamari Industry Co Ltd, a Japanese company specialized in laser applications for sheet metal machining, has decided to integrate Alma software solutions in its range of 5-axis machines and robots.
After Schweissen & Schneiden which was the first opportunity for Alma and Asco Data to exhibit together in Germany after the announcement of their union in June, the two companies will present their unified sheet metal CAD/CAM offering at the Blechexpo trade fair in Stuttgart.
ALMA and ASCO DATA, two major European players in the sheet metal CAD/CAM with their head offices in Grenoble (France) and Bremen (Germany) respectively, have announced that ALMA GmbH, the German subsidiary of ALMA, has purchased ASCO DATA’s share capital.
Alma launches a new version of its automatic nesting demonstrator in the cloud. Thanks to this 100% web-based application incorporating a complete make-over of its ergonomics, Alma enables any user to evaluate the performance of the Powernest nesting engine in a few seconds, using their own parts.
First unveiled as a prototype in 2014, Almacam, Alma’s new sheet metal CAM software, has been very well received by customers since then. Almacam has started to be sold throughout Europe and commercialization will soon begin in North America.
Alma has recently signed a new distribution agreement for its CAD/CAM software programs. LeanCAP Industries, a consulting company in industrial and IT-system organization located in Casablanca (Morocco) distributes from now on the new Almacam software range (CAM for cutting and punching, sheet metal working quotations, etc.) in the Maghreb countries.