Friday, January 23, 2015

Houstex 2015: SPRING Technologies demonstrating WYSIWYC® - the mobile and synchronized NC simulation solution

The latest generation software features the shop floor appropriate Panasonic Toughpad equipped with NCSIMUL Player 9.2, the CNC simulation reviewer of NCSIMUL Machine

SPRING Technologies, developer of software solutions that enable manufacturers to optimize their CNC machines, is exhibiting in booth 468 at Houstex from February 24 – 26, 2015.
SPRING’s exhibit will highlight the latest features, benefits, and applications of company’s flagship simulation software, NCSIMUL Machine 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). 
NCSIMUL Player 9.2 will be embedded on a fully rugged, mobile Panasonic Toughpad IP65 and shown how it is connected to machine tool controllers such as Fanuc CNCs.
With this capability, shop floor operators and managers are able to interact remotely – in 3D and in real time using intuitive touch controls – with one or several CNC machines and their machining processes, as they execute the CNC program on the machine. 3D animations of CNC machining processes, as well as related work instruction sheets are directly accessible from the mobile application

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year 2015

May happy times and warm memories brighten your new year,
From all of us at SPRING Technologies, have a great year, Happy New Year 2015!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Musashi – Japan chooses SPRING Technologies’ NCSIMUL Machine for simulating 5-Axis machining processes

The software processes 3x faster than the company’s previous simulation program

SPRING Technologies is pleased to announce that the engineering company Musashi, in Japan, has chosen to use NCSIMUL Machine software in its 5-axis operations. Before choosing NCSIMUL Machine, Musashi applied another NC simulation software package for the 5-axis machining process used to make turbine impellers. The operation took over 16 hours and the user interface froze frequently when rotating or zooming in on the 3D model during simulation. Musashi consequently set out to find a solution that would offer faster simulation, with smooth 3D model handling and easy settings.

“We wanted to run the simulations on our 5-axis impeller machining process faster. We were looking for an easy-to-use application and automated simulation software,” said Mr. Baba, manager of the Development Department.

At the time, Mr. Yagihashi, the president of Musashi, visited the Saeilo Japan booth at the JIMTOF 2012 tradeshow, where he first heard about NCSIMUL Machine.

“Our president visited many other booths to get an overview of the NC simulation products on the market. He asked to see NCSIMUL Machine, and was impressed by the great user-friendliness of NCSIMUL Machine interface.” said Baba.

Comparing NCSIMUL Machine with other NC simulation systems 

They checked six key features:
  1. Machine / axis motion (machine simulation, collision check) 
  2. NC program optimization (Auto-feed change) 
  3. Comparison features (Incomplete cutting check) 
  4. Multi-axis function (multi-access) 
  5. Tool setting (interface) 
  6. Machine (original MC environment )
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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

AEROMART Toulouse 2014 - A great start to the holiday season

AEROMART Toulouse 2014 is underway with an incredible amount of guests attending from all over the world. 1200 businesses, 2300 participants, 45 countries and over 15000 appointments.

Philippe Battier - International sale Director at SPRING Technologies Booth

SPRING Technologies team showcased NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS and its benefits to the Aerospace Industry. For more information on NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS go to:

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Sunday, November 30, 2014

SPRING Technologies to attend AEROMART Toulouse 2014

SPRING Technologies plans to participate in AEROMART Toulouse that will be held Dec 2nd until the 4th 2014.
Convention d'affaires internationale des Industries Aeronautiques et Spatiales

You can find the SPRING Technologies team at H5-B8

We look forward to seeing you there

Monday, November 24, 2014

AEROMART SUMMIT India 2014 was a huge success for SPRING Technologies

AEROMART Summit 2014 in Bangalore, India was a huge success. Above a picture of the SPRING Technologies team with Gilles Battier the CEO of SPRING Technologies

Cheers to all from the SPRING Technologies Team. Wishing everyone a great 2015.

Potential Clients and partners listening with open hearts to the presentation given by the CEO of SPRING Technologies (Gilles Battier) on NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

ASCENTEC adopts NCSIMUL Machine from SPRING Technologies for its new 5-axis horizontal machining center

“High-speed manufacturing has been one of the greatest strengths of our business,” explains David Gilliat, Director of Manufacturing and Machining Technology

Ascentec Engineering was established in 2001 by a team of process and manufacturing engineerswith a solid background in electronics manufacturing processes. The founders brought with them experience in designing innovative and productivity-enhancing tools and fixtures that held up to the technology changes within the industry and gained an enviable reputation as an EMS industry leader for tooling solutions. In 2007, Ascentec began a Precision Machining division focused on providing quick-turn prototype and short-run production contract machining, along with integrated assembly services.

It’s an unhappy day indeed when a CNC machine crashes and it may take days, perhaps weeks, for the damage to be assessed and repaired. During that time, the shop staff not only loses the machine’s productive capacity but worries that it may not be possible to restore the machine to its previous ability to hold tight tolerances. It is bad enough when a vertical 3-axis CNC mill crashes, but when it happens to a 5-axis system that costs many times more, the downside is more serious. With this in mind, Ascentec Engineering began researching the market for advanced machine simulation software when it anticipated the installation of its first 5-axis horizontal machining center in 2011.
After narrowing the field to two simulation packages, the company selected NCSIMUL Machine from SPRING Technologies Inc. based on the software’s capabilities, ease of use and integration with its Mastercam CAD/CAM software from CNC

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