Wednesday, July 29, 2015

NCSIMUL Machine at the Haas Technical Education Center

NCSIMUL Machine at the Haas Technical Education Center. 9th Annual CNC Educators Conference: innovating Manufacturing Education Through "Learn by Doing"

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Date: July 27 - 30 2015

SPRING Technologies joins HTEC members on the Central Coast of California for the 9th Annual Americas CNC Educators HTEC Conference, hosted by California State Polytechnic University.

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.