Thursday, July 23, 2015

CMTS 2015: Canadian Launch of NCSIMUL CAM Booth 1630

Enrich your CAM process with NCSIMUL CAM, the CNC programming breakthrough within the NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS platform


From Prototyping (single machining process on a 4X machine) To Series (all machining processes on a Tombstone 4X machine)

SPRING Technologies, vendor of software that optimizes the use of NC Machines, announces the Canadian launch of NCSIMUL CAM at CMTS – the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show – September 28 – October 1 in Mississauga, Ontario. SPRING is demonstrating its suite of software products in booth 1630. The company’s new product delivers agile and native CNC programming to streamline the current serial and iterative CAM process and provides unparalleled flexibility on the shop floor.

Fully integrated in the new unified NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10 platform (including NCSIMUL MACHINE, NCSIMUL Tool, and NCSIMUL DNC), it embodies SPRING Technologies’ response to today’s issues in CNC machine programming: rethinking the traditional serial method of tool path creation, part/machine simulation, post-processing, , G-code verification and simulation that can generate errors. Today, the tedious investigative work as to where the errors occurred is placed in the hands of the NC programmer. By streamlining the conventional CNC programming process, and offering native CNC code (G-code) programming capability, NCSIMUL CAM not only eliminates errors while reducing programming time but enables CNC programmers to generate CNC programs made for the part as opposed to the traditional method of programming the part for the machine.

Thanks to “hybrid programming” unique capability, NCSIMUL CAM allows to work on existing G-Code based programs as well as CAM data inputs and enables CNC programmers to redesign a new manufacturing process in few clicks. Coupled with “on-the-fly” native CNC code generation capability, self-verifying and self-optimizing, NCSIMUL CAM allows to reprogram a new target CNC machine in one click, whatever the CNC machine complexity is.


One-click programming of a Fanuc 4X machine table and a 5X tilting head machine
According to the company, the primary benefits will be significant cost savings and optimal use of CNC machines because of the post-processing free and flexible programming capabilities. “With NCSIMUL CAM, manufacturing companies are now in position to build their own CAM 4.0 process, making their way to Industrie 4.0 level, slashing programming time and costs while boosting assets utilization like never before.,” said Philippe Solignac, corporate marketing director for SPRING Technologies. The product had its worldwide introduction at the Paris Air Show in June.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

NCS Machine: running 2 live demonstrations simultaneously of SPRING flaghship products

SPRING Technologies Team running 2 live demos with a crowd of spectators hovering around intrigued with the new way of thinking and doing manufacturing.


In the past the emphasis has always been on the part design and manufacturing is always an after-thought. Today with SPRING's new product NCSIMUL CAM, the emphasis has shifted. The focus is now on the manufacturing and on the CNC process / machine. 


To learn more about NCSIMUL CAM go to: http://www.springplm.com/spring_newsbis.php?ID=716 

Visit us at Booth E171 in Hall 2B at the  International Paris Air Show to see a live demo.


Monday, June 15, 2015

The International Paris Air Show 2015 just started

 Come and Join us in Booth E171 in Hall 2B, where the SPRING Technologies Team will be unveiling NCSIMUL CAM and much more.





Wednesday, June 10, 2015

NCSIMUL CAM: Streamline your CNC programming and make your shop floor more flexible than ever

Enrich your existing CAM process with NCSIMUL CAM, a new product within the NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS platform




SPRING Technologies, vendor of software that optimizes the use of NC Machines, announces the worldwide launch of NCSIMUL CAM. This new product delivers agile CNC programming to streamline the current CAM process and provides unparalleled flexibility on the shop floor.

Fully integrated in the new unified NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10 platform (including NCSIMUL MACHINE, NCSIMUL TOOL, and NCSIMUL DNC), it embodies SPRING Technologies’ response to today’s issues in CNC machine programming: removing the typical organizational method of tool path generation (CAM), post-processing, G-code verification and simulation and streamlining the conventional CNC programming process.

According to the company, the primary benefits will be significant cost savings and optimal use of CNC machine because of the flexible programming capability. “This is a major new step forward for the company’s product strategy and in the manufacturing industry,” said Philippe Solignac, corporate marketing director for SPRING Technologies.

The company will demonstrate the new product at the Paris Air Show, stand E71, Hall 2B.

NCSIMUL CAM Product Overview

NCSIMUL CAM directly generates verified and optimized CNC programs, while factoring in the physical resources available on the shop floor, including tools, cutting conditions, kinematics and machine controllers.

With this new solution CAM data (APT neutral file / CL-data) and existing CNC programs can be used easily to generate a valid new CNC program in just a few clicks for another machine using different kinematics and controller. This will enable manufacturers to quickly adapt their existing programs to new resources when retrofitting a machine, buying a new one or when a machining process is repurposed. With a conventional CAM process (CAM-Post-Processor-Machining Simulation), this task could take hours, even days. With NCSIMUL CAM, these times are slashed to minutes.

Likewise, if the target machine initially planned for the CAM program is no longer available for maintenance reasons or is already being used to meet production, it will take just one click with NCSIMUL CAM to switch programming to another machine – whatever its complexity (3X to 5X, 5X to 4X…), the type of kinematics (tilting head to table-on-table for instance) or the type of controller (FANUC, Siemens, Heidenhain…).

Thanks to the integration of NCSIMUL Tool database, NCSIMUL CAM provides a direct access to 3D tool data and cutting conditions and automatically reconfigures the tool magazine.

This will provide manufacturers with the level of flexibility they need to achieve rapid switching of scheduled production from one CNC machine to another, making their production means fully flexible and agile.

5 key features of NCSIMUL CAM:

  •  “Hybrid” programming, taking the pain out of legacy re-use,
  •  Error-free programming in native NC code, for an all-in-one solution,
  •  No more external post-processor, streamlining the CAM process,
  •  One-click re-programming, for complete flexibility,
  •  Dynamic management of intermediary rough stocks for unrivalled programming comfort







 More details click here

Thursday, May 28, 2015

SPRING Technologies at the International Paris Air Show 2015: NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10 unveiled



SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that enhance the productivity of CNC machines, will be back this year at the International Paris Air Show, from June 15 to 21, 2015 and will welcome visitors to booth E171 in Hall 2B, where it will be unveiling NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10.

More than just a new version, NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10 is a technological turning point for manufacturing and production. A unique, easy-to-use and unified software environment.

With NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS V10, SPRING Technologies delivers an all-in-one solution that streamlines the digital process of CNC Machine programming, dovetailing seamlessly with CAM software, and enabling users to program, check and optimise machines from every vendor.

Faced with the demand to improve production, and under constant pressure to optimise costs, a number of major players in the Aeronautics industry have been collaborating with SPRING Technologies and have adopted its solutions in order to control costs and production times, while increasing CNC machine uptime and winning the battle of flexibility.

WHERE? The International Paris Air Show – Hall 2B, booth E171

WHEN? June 15-21 2015


WHY? To discover dedicated solutions for the aeronautical sector that enable manufacturers to make their parts and use their CNC machines in complete security, while controlling deadlines, reducing production costs and increasing NC machine uptime. 

For more details go to: http://www.siae.fr/LE-SALON.htm