May 13, 2008 - Moore Nanotechnology Systems, LLC, embedded Visual Numerics’ IMSL Numerical Libraries into Moore Nanotech’s NanoCAM product, CAM software for freeform programming and analysis.

 

Customers in defense, aerospace, consumer electronics and ophthalmic industries use Moore Nanotechnology Systems machining equipment to create 3D freeform surfaces such as optical lenses, mirrors and inserts. NanoCAM is a full 3D CAM software that enables customers to define the surface that can be machined using Moore Nanotech’s tools. The addition of IMSL Numerical Library math algorithms including spline definition and interpolation functions enables the accurate definition of the 3D freeform surfaces.

 

“IMSL Numerical Library advanced interpolation and approximation routines allow us to provide tools in NanoCAM so that our customers can create complex 3D freeform surfaces with ease,” said Suneet Luniya, software engineer, Moore Nanotechnology Systems. “These in-depth analysis functions were easily embeddable from the IMSL Numerical Libraries and would have cost us months of development time to create internally.”

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