Collaborative Alliance for Machining Engineering
Spanish company IDECAM is dedicated to Machining Engineering: the complete, step-by-step process from calculation and design to production; this is an integrative process offering a range of services designed to make a real turnkey product, for process improvement and cost savings.
A multidisciplinary team at your service with over 20,000 hours per year of CAM Programming. IDECAM offers Adaptation and Optimization of Processes; Personalized service; CAM Programming macros; Outsourcing; and is ISO9000-9100 Certified.
Dynamic Pan-European Consultancy
DTE’s collaborative alliance with IDECAM, the renowned manufacturing consultants based in Seville, Spain, allows for dynamic pan-European consultancy offering a broad range of services to enhance and improve any company involved in multi-axis CNC machining.
Services offered include:
- NC Post Processor Development
- Machining Simulation
- Machining Optimisation and NC Programming Services
- Machining Production Processes advice
- CAM Consultancy
Facing challenges in Software and Production
Combined, this alliance has a seasoned team of engineers with many years of experience in NC Machining who possess deep knowledge of software and production processes, making them capable of facing any challenge in machining 3, 4 and 5 axes parts, for different platforms such as CATIA V5 and Siemens NX.
This exciting alliance provides a simple step-by-step service from an initial concept through to a full turnkey production run across all the services.
Years of experience in all industries
Current customers include all the major Aerospace Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEM’s), Automotive OEM’s, Motorsport Teams from F1 to WEC and those supply chain customers within those industries.
Desktop Engineering has concluded its annual BeyondBIM virtual event with a broad consensus that in the future the construction industry needs to grasp new technologies to drive improved processes, together with recognising the need to train in these new methods.
Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis companies in the aerospace design and manufacturing sector have been particularly affected by the economic impact of the disruption to worldwide economies. Some have seen their orders and revenues drop immediately by sometimes 50% driven by the reduction in production of new aircraft.
These companies have had to quickly reduce costs and take advantage of any state support.
However, those with low cash reserves have seen the need to restructure through some form of merger, sale or even some type of insolvency process.
“We wouldn’t have got our first car to the grid without Desktop Engineering’s help.”
F1 Team Principal