Dragon by Raims



  • Automatic “Engagement Rings”
  • Automatic ” Wedding Bands”
  • Custom Operations
  • Machine Simulation

Toolpath Generation:


  • Boundary Curve
  • Perpendicular to Curve
  • Between Two Curves

Tool Axis Control:


  • Perpendicular to C-Plane (Indexed 3+2)
  • Tilted with fixed angle to axis
  • Tilted relative to cutting direction
  • Tilted and stays normal to surface
  • Tilted though lines

Custom Operations:


  • Cut on Curve
  • Parallel Cuts
  • Drive Surface
  • Swarf
  • Engraving
  • Duplication
  • Mirroring, Rotating, Moving

Supported File Formats:

  • DWG
  • DXF
  • IGES
  • STEP
  • SolidWorks
  • SAT (ACIS, export only)
  • Microstation DGN
  • Direct X (X file format)
  • FBX
  • X_T (Parasolid, export only)
  • 3DS
  • LWO
  • STL
  • SLC
  • OBJ
  • AI
  • RIB
  • POV
  • UDO
  • VRML
  • CSV
  • BMP
  • TGA
  • uncompressed TIFF
  • VDA
  • GHS
  • GTS
  • KML
  • PLY
  • SketchUp

System Requirements:

Operating Systems


  • Windows 10, 64-bit
  • Windows 8.1, 64-bit
  • Windows 7, 64-bit



  • RAM: 8GB or more recommended
  • Disk Space: 1 GB or more
  • Processor: Intel i5/7/Xeon technology or AMD equivalent
  • OpenGL 4.1 capable video card is recommended. 4 GB Video RAM recommended.
  • Monitor: 1280×1024 resolution or higher (32-bit color), 24″ or bigger
  • Internet connection for installation and validation

Not supported


  • Rhino 4 or 3
  • Linux
  • Windows NT, 95, 98, ME, or 2000
  • Windows XP 64-bit
  • Windows 32-bit all versions
  • Virtualization systems on OS X such as VMWare and Parallels
  • OS X 10.9.4 (and earlier versions of Mavericks), OS 10.8.4 (and earlier versions of Mountain Lion)

Program Baseline:

JewelryCAM is based on full integration with Rhino, with interaction modules written for Rhino SS API (Self-Service Application Programming Interface, a set of tools and routines for building software and apps) using RhinoCommon.dll. This will allow you to quickly edit the target geometry, and eliminates the need to leave the JewelryCAM environment. It also means that you can use

advanced tools in Rhino to build the geometry of vector-controlled milling machines (such as DriveSurface or Swarf). However, our customer surveys show that continuous 5-axis machines, such as the MIRA, are increasing in popularity and demand compared to machines utilising index strategies. Core algorithms written in C++, a general-purpose programming language.

These algorithms have their own mathematics, and are executed directly on the physical processor of the computer, and not in the environment. In using .NET Runtime, a programming model, JewelryCAM’s innovation permits you to sidestep the consequences of inner math and inferior CAM industrial environments.

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