in desk top CAD/CAM.    In 1976 John Weber developed and patented unique geometric Type Numbers.    The Type Numbers have stood the test of time and remain the easiest and fastest way to define complex geometry.

A total of seven type numbers will describe the geometry of this part in approximately five minutes.

Starting at the top and proceed in a clockwise direction.    Types 4, 6, 4, 5, 4, 3, 5.    It's that easy.    Train yourself in the morning cut parts in the afternoon.

In 1982 Weber Systems expanded the Type Number concept to primitive 3D solids - clearly being the first desk top CAD/CAM system used to program complex 3D shapes for mold makers.
The same year, Weber Systems also released the first reliable CAD interface to many of the Main Frame based CAD systems of the day.


With the ever-changing demand of Multitasking machining in Mill/Turn applications,    Weber Systems is once again the first to truly address full 3D machining from the Solid Model in one database.    Machining is easily accomplished on complex Parasolid based solid models with a minimum amount of effort.    Weber Systems is designed to support the most difficult of machining applications.


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