New AVEVA Bocad NC Bridges the Gap Between Design and NC Process Information for Steel Fabrication

AVEVA Bocad NC enables accurate generation and modification of numerical control data for steel process machines

Cambridge, UK – 11 December 2013: AVEVA today announced the release of AVEVA Bocad NC, a software product for steel fabricators that provides improved flexibility, management and control over numerical control (NC) deliverables. AVEVA Bocad NC enables accurate generation and modification of NC data for steel process machines. It is used in production facilities for fine tuning of NC data to achieve the highest quality fabrication.

“AVEVA Bocad NC enables fabrication processes to be optimized for greater efficiency,” explained Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. “This latest addition to the AVEVA Bocad software suite further bridges the gap between design and fabrication to provide the most complete end-to-end solution that can save time and effort, and reduce costly rework. This is part of AVEVA’s Engineering & Design for Lean Construction strategy.”

Users can create new NC data files or make modifications to existing NC data files created by AVEVA Bocad Steel or other systems. The graphical user interface makes the system quick to learn and easy to use. Graphical representations of members dynamically adapt to new input in real time, immediately revealing any errors for prompt correction.

The AVEVA Bocad products are part of AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering and Design solutions that improve project efficiency and reduce engineering and design costs by offering complementary products that draw on common processes, disciplines and deliverables, through a single managed information model. For more information visit:

AVEVA is a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries. For more than 45 years it has delivered business critical software solutions to owner operators, engineering contractors and shipbuilders around the world. For further information please visit