Review this article if you are having difficulties with the performance of BobCAD-CAM on your computer. These issues could range from BobCAD crashing on your computer, the software running slowly, the software graphics area having troubles zooming in/out, rotating the view and selecting entities and/or other performance type issues with the software.
This document shows where you can locate the current build of the software.
The system requirements for BobCAD-CAM, BobCAM for SolidWorks and BobCAM for Rhino can be found in this article
There are a couple things that you can check to help improve the performance of BobCAD on your computer. Check to make sure your dedicated graphics card is linked with BobCAD and make sure your graphics card is all the way up-to-date. Follow through the steps in this article.
On our system requirements page, we require that you use a dedicated graphics card (ex. NVIDIA, AMD), rather then an onboard Intel card like in this article. However, some users were unable to get a new computer. So this article is dedicated to helping those users improve the performance of their current computer with BobCAD.
This article will help you fix issues you may run into with the Simulation inside of BobCAD-CAM crashing the software.
This article can be used as a troubleshooting guide to help fix issues with crashing when the crash fault module on the computer says Nt.dll.
This document shows a link to find the software updates for BobCAD-CAM, BobCAM for SolidWorks and BobCAM for Rhino.
This document shows how to link your NVIDIA graphics card to link with BobCAD-CAM.
This document will provide you with the necessary dependencies that need to be installed on your computer in order to properly run BobCAD.