Saturday, October 11, 2014

SPRING Technologies adds real-time synchronization to NCSIMUL Player version 9.2

NCSIMUL Player Synchro, a major technological breakthrough for Industry 4.0

SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that maximize the productivity of NC machine tools, announces NCSIMUL Player 9.2, the dedicated viewer for NCSIMUL Machine, its realistic machining simulation solution. The new version, featuring real-time synchronization, was rewarded at the latest Industrie Paris trade show.

“We recently announced version 9.2 of NCSIMUL Machine with new modules”, says Olivier Bellaton, Managing Director of SPRING Technologies.

“Today we are proud to bring our customers NCSIMUL Player 9.2 and its “Synchro” option enabling them to connect a tablet to a machine tool and simulate a machining operation in real time. NCSIMUL Player Synchro embodies the vision for manufacturers that we defined more than two years ago: to provide ergonomic software solutions for machining and reduce the gap between the digital and real worlds. This is what we call the NCEXPERIENCE®.”

What is NCSIMUL Player?
NCSIMUL Player is a free 3D viewer that enables NC users to simply and quickly share machining jobs in 3D. More than just a viewer, it brings the NC operators and other stakeholders on the shop floor, a fully interactive, collaborative and mobile experience with the NC program linked to the machining simulation.

A machine operator needs to analyze, manipulate and interact with a NC machine and anticipate the constraints of the production environment. NCSIMUL Player associates the power of 3D with hands-on professional functionality, bringing extra assets to the shop floor. Version 9.2, in addition to being a free viewer, offers the SPRING Technologies user community a new licensed module, NCSIMUL Player Synchro 9.2.
Innovating capabilities:
·        Integration of new technologies;
·     Real-time synchronization of real and virtual machining processes, bringing NC operators and shop managers unrivalled comfort to control their machines (accurate digital view of the machine context, simultaneous access to instructions, all synchronized with the real execution of the NC program) and full mobility;

·         Unique user experience.

Cimquest announced its offical partnership with Spring Technologies for G Code Simulation

On October 7th, 2014 CIMQUEST announced its official partnership with Spring Technologies and its flagship product NCSIMUL on G-Code Simulation.  This took place at their biggest reseller event (Mastercam Roll-Out) in Northern Massachusetts.

Over 60 people attended from across New England. 

"In an opening speech CEO & President Rob Hassold spoke about the new goals and ways that CIMQUEST will go into the market focusing fully into Manufacturing solutions and Technologies. They could not be happier to work with Spring Technologiessince NCSIMUL is indeed the most powerful and advanced G-Code Simulator that is out there. NCSIMUL is a great fit for their manufacturing solutions and fulfills the solutions they are able to provide to their customers and future clients." Cedric Hasenfratz, Spring Technologies

On October 23 CIMQUEST is celebrating their additional location of their new Headquarters in Branchburg NJ. There will be another announcement and presentation of Spring Technologies and NCSIMUL. The team from Spring Technologies will have 20 minutes to present NCSIMUL and talk about this great partnership.

Expected audience will be over 300 customers. Spring Technologies will be having an exhibitor table throughout the Open House.

For further information about the upcoming event please contact Cedric Hasenfratz, Spring Technologies at  - chasenfratz ( @ )

CIMQUEST is one of the biggest Mastercam Resellers in North America. 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Great Article in Aerospace Manufacturing and Design on how Turbomeca relies on NCSIMUL Machine to reduce lead times and eliminate risks in parts production.

Slashing time to market

Approximately 20 years ago, engineers at Turbomeca, a helicopter engine maker, needed a solution that reduced lead times and eliminated risks during production of high-added value parts, including simultaneous 5-axis machining.
After conducting an in-depth study of the two machining simulation solutions, Turbomeca chose Spring Technologies’ NCSIMUL Machine, says Gilles Cazenave-Laroche, head of engineering at Turbomeca’s Excellence Center for rotating parts.
“At the time we went for the better of the two products,” he explains. “It was the right choice because the solution is very integrated into our specialty, spanning the whole machining process for our compressors, from CAM to the actual cutting of end parts on the machine. This is more than just realistically simulating ISO code.”
After implementation, Cazenave-Laroche saw gains quickly. Given the cost of programming for the 5-axis machines, Turbomeca experienced payback as soon the second year of operation.
Long-term value was just as rewarding, helping to make tool paths more robust and reliable while acting as a training tool for programmers.
“Our task is complex,” Cazenave-Laroche says. “With NCSIMUL Machine, we not only train new employees, we also use it to innovate. By simulating and testing we can explore new, more efficient machining strategies.” 
For the full story click here

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Thank you for visiting NCSIMUL Solutions last week


NCSIMUL Solutions can help you to improve your shop floor productivity and we greatly appreciate you took the time meet us and learn more.

NCSIMUL Machine, simulating the true machine G-Code, will avoid any machining crashes and will expedite your program verification process in a simple way, saving you tedious hours at the shop floor with the machine.
We were glad to expose the most advanced, easy to use and reliable G-code verification software available today.

You can find more information on our website

Request our NCSIMUL Machine demo version: Click here

Request our free NCSIMUL Player: Click here

Also, check out our YouTube channel videos and review NCSIMUL features

We look forward to talk to you soon.

Best regards,
SPRING Technologies Inc.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

The GF Machining Solutions and NCSIMUL Machine Aerospace Seminar in Beijing was a total success

SPRING Technologies participated for the first time in an event with GF Machining Solutions on September the 11th in Beijing.

People who attended were totally engaged and mesmerized with the latest technologies.

For any questions on the seminar or any of the outcome, please feel free to contact:

Asia-Pacific Manager
Cell : (+86) 13439354276
Email : elemaire ( @ )

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

SPRING Technologies partners with Machining Cloud GmbH

SPRING  Technologies,  vendor  of  software solutions  that  maximize  the  productivity  of  CNC  machine  tools, announces its partnership with Machining Cloud GmbH.  Through this new partnership, users of NCSIMUL Machine (CNC machining simulation) and NCSIMUL Tool (cutting-tool management) will have direct access to highly accurate cutting-tool data and product knowledge (3d models, cutting conditions, tool parameters) from the world’s leading cutting-tool manufacturers. “This partnership is a major step forward in our agenda to deliver the NCEXPERIENCE® vision, and a key enabler strengthening the competitiveness of our customers, on both short and long term,” says Philippe SOLIGNAC, Corporate Marketing Director, SPRING Technologies.

Through the Machining Cloud, the manufacturer's descriptive, usage and geometric information and application knowledge is always up-to-date and readily available from any location and, or device. “By utilizing cloud technology and industry standards for data - including ISO 13399, GTC, STEP and MTConnect – SPRING and the Machining Cloud will provide a smooth flow of data from the cutting-tool manufacturer to the customer’s shop floor as well as to CAM programmers,” says Michael Taesch, Cloud Evangelist for the Machining Cloud GmbH.

For the complete story click here

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

SPRING Technologies to showcase WYSIWYC® for the first time in the US at IMTS 2014

 IMTS 2014

In less than 4 days, SPRING Technologies, developer of software solutions that enable manufacturers to optimize their CNC machines, is exhibiting in booth E-3267 at the IMTS (International Manufacturing Technology Show), from September 8 – 13, 2014.

SPRING’s exhibit will highlight the latest features, benefits, and applications of company’s flagship simulation software, NCSIMUL Machine 9.2 and NCSIMUL Player 9.2. Specifically, with the growing adoption of remote and mobile software accessibility, SPRING will demonstrate its recently introduced mobile system called WYSIWYC® (What You See Is What You Cut)

To see how the system functions and the benefits that can be realized, visit IMTS 2014, booth E-3267.

Looking forward to seeing you there.