Come and learn more about the latest version of SPRING Technologies flagship software, Booth A77 – Hall 4
SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that maximize the productivity of NC machine tools, will be attending Moulding Expo, in Stuttgart, from May 5 to 8. The program on booth A77, Hall 4 will include demonstrations of the main modules in the NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS range, notably the latest versions of NCSIMUL MACHINE, NCSIMUL TOOL and NCSIMUL DNC.
"Our flexible software solutions increase the productivity of NC machining centres by optimizing machining processes", explains Olivier Bellaton, Managing Director of SPRING Technologies. "They offer the possibility of simulating production processes, thus minimizing manufacturing deficits in advance which would otherwise have caused damage to the machine and unnecessary costs."
Automation and safety
These are the key words that underlie the product demonstrations scheduled for the SPRING Technologies booth. These include:
- NCSIMUL MACHINE 9.2 for machining simulation, with automated information in real time, new features in the composites module and enhanced user experience.
NC programs can be checked with NCSIMUL MACHINE 9.2 in three steps: NC program analysis, material layup simulation and result analysis. Thus SPRING provides companies a higher level of automation, more safety and mobility from development to production.
- NCSIMUL TOOL 2.6 for cutting tool management, using data imported via the Cloud and with upgraded computation power. Users benefit from extensive management features for professional cutting tools. It also includes a pre-configured tool database according to DIN4000. It allows the global management of tool data such as 3D models, components, assemblies, cutting data and part lists.
- NCSIMUL DNC 8.2 to connect NC machines with a higher level of automation and tighter integration; a step further towards a lean digital process. In addition NCSIMUL DNC displays the machine status in real time. As a result, the user will receive the latest information about performance, operational failure, downtime or setups.
Meet the SPRING Technologies team on May 5, 2015 at our booth: Hall 4, A77.
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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence is part of NCSIMUL (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B; hexagon.com), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.
NCSIMUL specializes in integrated solutions for optimizing the machining workflow through machine tool simulation, toolpath verification and optimization, and machine tool management. Its solutions are in use at major OEMs and suppliers worldwide, helping streamline the manufacturing process through the optimization of machine tool performance and productivity. NCSIMUL has been pioneering innovative Computer Numerical Control (CNC) solutions for machine tools for over 30 years and comprises a comprehensive suite of integrated solutions providing native CNC code programming, CNC simulation, cutting and tool libraries, CNC program management, real-time machine monitoring and technical content publication. Together, they enable complete mastery of the machining process across a variety of manufacturing sectors including aerospace, automotive, medical, energy, and transportation.
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