SPRING Technologies will demonstrate its NCSIMUL Machine 9 NC simulation software at WESTEC 2013 in Booth 2147. The event will be held October 15-17 The Los Angeles Convention Center.
With NCSIMUL Machine 9, SPRING customers are stepping into an NC simulation environment that is more realistic, intuitive, integrated, and mobile with extended features dedicated to multi-axis and multitasking machining centers. Further, the software package has been developed to interconnect with other company-wide software systems, such as MRP, ERP, and MES.
TThis is the first time we are demonstrating NCSIMUL Machine 9 to western U.S. manufacturers. The latest version is much more than simply previewing toolpaths to avoid crashes,” said Silvère Proisy, U.S. General Manager. “It offers users a unique experience where CNC realistic simulation, integrating all machine, tools, and material parameters, quickly becomes a day-to-day part of a manufacturer’s lifestyle. Once again, SPRING is taking the lead in new technology enhancements and will show the mobility aspects of the software using a tablet PC. More than 200 improvements have been implemented based on extensive customer surveys.”
SPRING Technologies helps its customers in manufacturing to run their machines at optimal performance levels and maximize their productivity. Its smart solutions are integrated, intelligent, instrumented, and anchored in its NCEXPERIENCE philosophy. Its portfolio, NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS, ensures real-time support of the complete machining process including cutting and tool management, post-processing, NC simulation, technical content publishing, and DNC.
Founded in 1983, the company is based in France, Germany, PR China and the USA and collaborates closely with manufacturers in the aerospace and defense, transportation, energy, industrial equipment and medical sectors worldwide.
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