CNC simulation software

  • 26-Nov-2012 03:34 EST
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VERICUT 7.2 software from CGTech is used to simulate all types of CNC machines including those from Mazak, DMG/Mori Seiki, Makino, Matsuura, Chiron, and Heller. The package features enhancements to speed the development, analysis, inspection, and documentation of the CNC programming and machining process. Users can adjust and re-optimize an NC program from a saved simulation without rerunning the simulation. An interactive panel displays cutting conditions immediately, anywhere in the machining process. Users can navigate the NC program to evaluate cutting conditions and quickly see the results of adjustments to optimization settings. VERICUT runs stand-alone but can also be integrated with leading CAM systems. It includes more than 100 CAD/CAM interface updates. With an interface to VERICUT, the user’s stock, fixture, and design geometry is automatically transferred to VERICUT in the correct orientation, along with the NC program, tooling, machine and control data, and other simulation parameters. After the transfer, it takes only one click to start simulating.

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