Monday, September 1, 2014

SPRING Technologies announces version 9.2 of its NC machining simulation solution: NCSIMUL Machine

Increased machining process analysis and new functionalities for the composites module

SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that maximize the productivity of NC machine tools, announces the release of NCSIMUL Machine 9.2, flagship of its NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS portfolio. Pursuing its commitment to the development of the factory of the future, SPRING Technologies is enriching its solution with additional properties for its Composites module and enhancing its capabilities in terms of automation, ergonomics and, ultimately end-user productivity.



“NCSIMUL Machine is our flagship. We have been developing the solution for 17 years and we progress it with state-of-the-art technology, drawing on our expertise in industry applications, and addressing market needs”, explains Olivier Bellaton, Managing Director of SPRING Technologies. “With Version 9.2, we bring our users the very best technology to automate tasks that deliver no added value, and secure the information, data exchange and tool paths ─ all of this in a 3D graphic environment. Each new version brings us a step closer to SMART INDUSTRY.”



With NCSIMUL Machine users can:

  • Control the global machining process;
  • Simulate, check, optimize and modify their machining programs;
  • Detect collisions;
  • Optimize cutting conditions;
  • Release a standardized technical content throughout the workshop.


“Version 9.2 is a major step forward in our product strategy”, adds Philippe Solignac, Corporate Marketing Director at SPRING Technologies.

“We are going forward step by step to bring our customers even higher levels of automation, security and mobility. This is precisely what the market is demanding and is our vision ─ what we call the NCEXPERIENCE®.”

The main new features of NCSIMUL Machine 9.2

  1. GREATER ANALYSIS: time graph, time-to-complete display
  2. NEW FEATURES FOR THE COMPOSITES MODULE
  3. ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE: NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS Downloader
For more details click here

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Aerospace Seminar in Beijing (September 11, 2014) - GF Machining Solutions / NCSIMUL Machine


SPRING Technologies will participate for the first time to an event with GF Machining Solutions and would like to invite you to join us on September the 11st in Beijing.

Location: 
GF Processing Scheme 
Beijing Applied Technology Center 
( Beijing Shunyi District, Mapo -kun On Road )

Date and Time: September 11th 2014 - (9:00 am until 6:00 pm)

For more details please feel free to contact: 
Eric LEMAIRE
Asia-Pacific Manager
Cell : (+86) 13439354276
Email : elemaire ( @ ) springplm.com
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尊敬的客户:
GF 加工方案(GF Machining Solutions)拥有半个多世纪的专业知识和关键的航
空航天加工技术,一直是航空航天设备制造商的最佳合作伙伴。从原型设计到结构
件 、机身框架组件、燃料输送系统、辅助动力装置(APU)部件、喷气发动机部件
和航空电子设备等的加工制造,到涡轮叶片修复和可追溯性解决方案, GF 加工方案
提供最佳的工艺技术、产品、解决方案和服务,以推动您取得成功。
为了让您更深入了解我们在航空航天方面的优势和专业解决方案,2014 年9 月
11 日,我们将在北京应用技术中心举行“GF 加工方案航空航天行业开放日”。我们
的行业经理和产品技术专家将为您介绍航空航天典型零件的加工方案,我们的最新
机床还将进行现场加工演示。
我们期待您的到来,我们帮助您获得成功,和您一起展望未来。
GF 加工方案
2014 年8 月1 日

活动议程:
时间: 2014 年9 月11 日 星期四
地点: GF 加工方案北京应用技术中心 (北京顺义区马坡坤安路)
9:00 - 9:15 客户签到
9:15 - 9:30 致欢迎词
9:30 - 10:10 航空航天行业趋势和GF 加工方案的专业解决方案
10:10 - 10:50 叶轮叶片和叶盘类零件的专业加工方案
10:50 - 11:10 茶歇
11:10 - 11:50 高精密零件的专业加工方案
11:50 - 12:30 机床加工演示
12:30 - 13:30 午餐
13:30 - 14:00 高效5 轴加工中心在航空通用零件加工中的应用
14:00 - 14:30 数控加工仿真软件NCSIMUL MACHINE
——真实的、智能的、高效的数控机床加工仿真体验
14:30 - 15:00 高精密慢走丝线切割的高效率加工
15:00 - 15:20 茶歇
15:20 - 16:00 获得高表面质量和复杂轮廓的电火花成形工艺
16:00 - 16:30 专业的夹具和自动化方案助力精密高效加工
16:30 - 16:50 提问和回答
16:50 - 17:30 机床加工演示
18:00 晚宴
次日 观光(慕田峪长城)
参会注册
请联系GF 加工方案华北销售公司
联系人:杨小姐
电话:010-64606822-807
传真:010-64606829
电子邮件:carrie.yang ( @ ) georgfischer.com

Monday, June 30, 2014

SPRING Technologies announces the new version of its cutting tools management solution : NCSIMUL Tool 2.5

Integrating the ISO13399 standard, NCSIMUL Tool 2.5 fits seamlessly into your global machining process from CAM through G-Code simulation to CNC Machine



SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that maximize the productivity of CNC machine tools, announces version 2.5 of NCSIMUL Tool, its solution for the real-time management of cutting tool data and processes. With enriched user experience and performance, new integrated interfaces and support for the ISO13399 international standard, NCSIMUL Tool 2.5 embodies the SPRING Technologies philosophy, increasing security and productivity and getting the full value of your cutting tools. A new step forward on the path to SMART Industry!
"Our solution, NCSIMUL Tool, significantly shortens global machining cycle times", explains Olivier Bellaton, Managing Director of SPRING Technologies. "Once again we are using our expertise to bring our users rock-solid certainty that their cutting tools are production-ready. NCSIMUL Tool 2.5 brings them solutions that are tailored to their needs."
NCSIMUL Tool in a nut shell :
  • Identifies the best available tool and optimal cutting conditions, taking into account machine, tool, and material characteristics and operator feedback
  • Manages, plans and prepares tool inventory in real time
  • Secures the best selection of physical tools via the library of existing tools
  • Virtual tools libraries directly accessible from main CAM systems thanks to NCSIMUL Tool/CAM interfaces
New features in NCSIMUL TOOL 2.5


Monday, June 16, 2014

SPRING Technologies is showing NCSIMUL Machine on mobile technology during PTC Live Global Event June 15 -18 2014


SPRING Technologies is showing NCSIMUL Machine on mobile technology during PTC Live Global Event June 15th through the 18th 2014 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

For direction to the place click here


Come see us at booth # 119.



Wednesday, June 4, 2014

IMTS 2014: SPRING Technologies showcases WYSIWYC® − the mobile and synchronized NC simulation solution – for the first time in U.S.

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

 IMTS

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 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.
REVOLUTIONIZING THE WAY OPERATORS INTERACT WITH CNC MACHINES
“What WYSIWYC means to manufacturers is that we at SPRING Technologies are changing the way operators interact with CNC machines and rethinking the way procedures are accomplished on the shop floor,” explains Philippe Solignac, Corporate Marketing Director for SPRING Technologies. “We’re offering a unique user experience, which is very attractive to Generations Y and Z, with true shop floor-dedicated mobility with the ultra-rugged Toughpad tablet PC. It’s fun, it uses touch technology, and everything is digitized, including worksheets. It’s also a very effective methodology for conducting training modules without an additional large investment.”
According to Mr. Solignac, customers are achieving at least 25% higher productivity using the combined three technologies comprising WYSIWYC. He credits that because so much information about the program and process is immediately available that there are fewer errors, better decision making, smoother changeover between shifts, and easier multi-machine supervision.
INNOVATIONS CONVERGE AT IMTS 2014
Software: NCSIMUL Machine and NCSIMUL 9.2 Player – requires Windows 7 or 8
·         Realistic preview of the process and real time 3D simulation of machines and machining showing what is really cut and operations currently in progress.
·         Can extend to DNC machine status monitoring, ERP, MRP, MTConnect
·         100% Touch – smartphone type with NCSIMUL HUB apps / Multi-machine selection
·         Instruction / Worksheets – NCdoc module
Hardware:  CNC Control, such as Fanuc, and Panasonic Toughpad Tablet PC IP65 standard, 10” format for readability, Intel Core 15 for 3D computing power.
To see how the system functions and the benefits that can be realized, visit IMTS 2014, booth E-3267.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

SPRING Technologies is presented on the front cover of Manufacturing News Magazine May 2014



SPRING Technologies is exhibiting in booth 868 at the MMTS (Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show), from May 12 to 14.

SPRING's exhibit will highlight the features, benefits and applications of the company's flagship simulation software, NCSIMUL Machine and Player 9.1. 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).

Thanks to NCSIMUL Player 9.1 embedded on a fully rugged, mobile Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 and connected to machine tool controllers such as FANUC CNCs, 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.

For the full online story click here

New Tutorials added to the Tips and Techniques Section of the blog

May 2014 Tutorials:

How to change the Control setting:


How to create an NCPlayer File: