Thursday, May 31, 2012

RP Technology and SPRING Technologies work together to tackle CNC Simulation in China

RP Technology from Beijing is a fantastic reseller for SPRING Technologies focused on supporting and selling NCSIMUL Solutions in Beijing. RP Technologies has 6 offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Changchun, Chongqing, Guangzhou and Paris France.

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Successful Year For Simulation Partners: SPRING and VERO

Vero Software and SPRING Technologies are celebrating the first anniversary of their partnership in May, which has led to manufacturers fully simulating how NC programs will perform, before they start cutting metal on their CNC machines.

With just one mouse click, relevant NC code data is transferred from inside the market-leading CAM system Edgecam, to SPRING Technologies’ NCSIMUL machine simulation software, preventing expensive collisions, optimising the cutting process and reducing cycle time, whatever the complexity of machines or machining processes.

Engineers simply transfer information about the generation of NC programs through the Edgecam/NCSIMUL interface to run a full simulation. As well as safeguarding both the machine tool and cutting tool, simulations reduce the testing time on machines which yields higher productivity rates. 

Edgecam General Manager Raf Lobato says: “It allows engineers to simulate and verify NC code produced by Edgecam, before it is actually sent to the machine tool, giving complete peace of mind. It simulates the true life tool path before it goes to the NC machine and verifies it, inspecting the program, verifies the complex movements and optimises the machining operation settings.”

SPRING Technologies CEO Gilles Battier says: “The time required to test a program on the NC machine tool is the difference between the machining time needed for a real part, and the time the test takes. This difference varies according to the test methods that are used:  before machining, on a resin, wood or foam model, then a real part using the "block by block" method; machining the real part, but using the "block by block” method; or machining the real part at reduced speeds.

“However, if a problem occurs immediate action will have to be taken to modify the program, causing the machine and the operator to stand idle while this is done. The Edgecam/NCSIMUL interface does away with this time consuming process, reducing costs and ensuring profitability around the manufacturing operation.

But collisions are what all NC programmers and operators fear the most, as Raf Lobato explains: “The ability to avoid it can, by itself, justify adopting machining simulation. The breakage of equipment or machinery can be expensive to repair and leads to lengthy machine downtime, but it can also be a source of risk for personnel. Therefore everything should be done to eliminate it.

“Though technological progress has reduced levels of breakage of tools, clamps and other fixtures, it still happens enough for manufacturers to build it into a cost analysis. But using Edgecam with its NCSIMUL interface prevents these costly collisions.”

Gilles Battier concludes: “When we entered into this partnership a year ago the aim was to give production engineers and manufacturers a way to optimise their machines with CNC programming to improve productivity. During the last 12 months we have seen many companies use the Edgecam/NCSIMUL interface to prevent the risk of collisions and tool breakages, and reduce testing times to yield higher productivity rates of up to 40%.

“Users range from small production engineering subcontractors, through to large global corporations manufacturing their own products.”

About Vero: Vero Software develops and distributes software for aiding the design and manufacturing process in industry sectors such as automotive, aerospace, electronic, medical, white goods, stone and woodworking. The company has direct offices in the UK, Italy, France, Japan, USA, Canada, Netherlands and China, supplying products to more than 40 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and reseller network. It has more than 120,000 licenses installed.

About SPRING Technologies: With more than 25 years’ industrial experience in the field of manufacturing, SPRING Technologies has gained worldwide recognition as a software vendor for the production environment with its global offer NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS and as a PLM integration services provider regarding the leading solutions on the PLM market.
SPRING Technologies, founded in 1983, has a workforce of 100+, and offices in Paris, Geneva, Toulouse, Frankfurt, Munich, Beijing and Boston.


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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

SPRING Technologies will be present at the International Machine Tool Biennial

SPRING Technologies will be present at the International Machine Tool Biennial

Location: Bilbao, Spain

Date: May 28th - June 2nd 2012

Booth: 143, Pabellon 1

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Hope to see you there

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with ReThink Engineering from Ohio

ReThink Engineering staff are known for being the experts when it comes to CNC manufacturing.

They not only develop CAD models of machine tools but they also sell, install, train and support clients on many top technologies including NCSIMUL Solutions.

They service companies in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

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Monday, May 21, 2012

SPRING Technologies to showcase NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS at IMTS 2012

SPRING Technologies will be demonstrating its latest 
innovations at the leading US show, McCormick Place Chicago, 
September 10-15, 2012

SPRING Technologies Inc., the software vendor of the popular NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS dedicated to
CNC machine tools and shop floor processes, welcome visitors to IMTS 2012, booth E-3267 to learn 
more about its productivity-enhancing products. Its comprehensive solutions portfolio  includes:

·        NCSIMUL to simulate and optimize NC programs (machining, drilling, riveting)
·        OPTITOOL that optimizes cutting conditions
·        NCDOC for editing and publication of manufacturing documentation
·        POSTPRO, a library of more than 1,000 NC postprocessors
·        NCSIMUL Player, a dedicated and collaborative tool to view and share NC program simulation
       throughout the shopfloor

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Saturday, May 19, 2012

SPRING Technologies and CIMtech help their clients to optimize their CNC Manufacturing Processes

SPRING Technologies is happy with its partnership with CIMtech Inc. from Washington.

CIMtech is an award-winning Authorized Reseller of CAD/CAE and CAM products with training and technical support centers for over 25 years.

CIMtech sells and supports NCSIMUL Solutions with its integrated MasterCAM product line.

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

SPRING will exhibit at METALTECH 2012

SPRING Technologies will exhibit at METALTECH 2012 on May 15th until May 19th 2012

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Booth: H3-3394

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We hope to see you all there.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

SPRING Technologies and 3HTI work hand in hand to serve clients

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with 3HTI from New Jersey with offices all over the US. 3HTI is extremely dedicated to its customers and offers clients a wide range of solutions from CAD, CAM, CAE, rapid prototyping, PLM and much more. 

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Sunday, May 6, 2012

SPRING Technologies is proud to announce SIDISA from Mexico

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with SIDISA from the Mexico. SIDISA are known for being experts with everything related to manufacturing and CNC Simulation.

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with Desktop Engineering from the UK

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with Desktop Engineering from the United Kingdom. Desktop Engineering provides services and solutions in the areas of PLM, CAD, CAM, and CAE for the automotive, aerospace and AEC markets.

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with Armada from Turkey

SPRING Technologies is extremely happy with its partnership with Armada from Turkey. Armada provides services and solutions in the areas of CAD, CAM, and CAE. They were established in 2006 and since then have established them selves as the pioneers in the industry and have gained huge credibility in their region due to their customer oriented approach.

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