Sunday, April 6, 2014

Industrie Paris 2014 ended... People stayed until the last minute to see the very last demo of NCSIMUL Machine ;-)


The booth could not see a moment of rest up to the last minute of Industrie Paris 2014. Above is a picture of Philippe Solignac (SPRING Technologies Corporate Marketing Director) handing over the  Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 to a potential client so he can see first hand NCSIMUL player 9.1.


You know when the NC Code is verified by NCSIMUL that the CNC machine is fully safe.

 
The SPRING Technologies team had to have some fun after the long and wonderful conference came to an end. What a nice way to drive off into the sunset.


Thursday, April 3, 2014

WYSIWYC: AWARDED at Innovation Awards - INDUSTRIE Paris 2014!

Gilles Battier – CEO, SPRING Technologies (middle)
Philippe Solignac - Corporate Marketing Director (right hand)

Tuesday evening 1/4/2014, at INDUSTRIE PARIS trade show, during the Innovation Awards 2014 ceremony that gathered more than 800 persons, SPRING Technologies was awarded with WYSIWYC, its latest mobile solution synchronizing both CNC machining simulation and work instruction sheet  with the real machining context. This award demonstrates its advanced technological leadership within the NC Market.


“This solution, paving the way to the next generation of shop floors, is the result of a closed collaboration with FANUC, Panasonic and Intel. It also demonstrates that innovation leaders, when working together, will definitely make Industrie 4.0 a reality for the full benefits of their end customers” says Philippe Solignac, Corporate Marketing Director, SPRING Technologies HQ.

Group photo of all winners at INDUSTRIE Paris 2014

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

SPRING Technologies General Manager Olivier Bellaton explaining the key benefits of CNC Realistic simulation with NCSIMUL Machine at Industrie Paris 2014

Everyone from SPRING Technologies seems to be participating, engaged in discussions, or even presenting the key benefits of CNC Realistic simulation with NCSIMUL Machine.

The technology is extremely exciting and very user friendly allowing anyone to see first hand complex machining made simple. NCSIMUL Machine is continuously pushing the bar with new innovation.


Above is a picture of Olivier Bellaton (General Manager of SPRING Technologies) with potential clients.


Tuesday, April 1, 2014

SPRING booth packed with visitors at Industrie Paris 2014


Spring Tech staff are fully engaged in discussion with potential clients about NCSIMUL and "WYSIWYC"


SPRING Technologies CEO (Mr. Gilles Battier) is found in the middle observing the entire experience. You can see a simple smile on his face as he witnesses the over flowing crowd with the many questions on their minds.
  

A group picture of SPRING Technologies staff after a long day

SPRING and WYSIWYC at the FANUC booth at Industrie Paris 2014

3D animations of CNC machining processes, as well as related work instruction sheets are directly accessible from the mobile application.


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.



SPRING Technologies showcases at Industrie Paris 2014

At the start of the event people started approaching the Spring booth curious to see real time machining status monitoring on the 2 in 1 mobile device.

  

Many discussions took place between Spring staff and customers intrigued to learn more about this technology.


What You See Is What You Cut - "WYSIWYC®"


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


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

SPRING Technologies to exhibit at Industrie Paris 2014


 http://www.industrie-expo.com/

SPRING Technologies will present its latest innovative solution (WYSIWYC®) live at Industrie Paris 2014. It will be at Booth 5-T77, Hall 5A. Come see NCSIMUL 9.1 in action.

Date: March 31 - April 4 2014.

For a short movie see below:



Location:
Villepinte, Paris-Nord, France