MachineWorks to show Toolpath Generation at EMO

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MachineWorks to show Toolpath Generation at EMO

SHEFFIELD - Sep 28, 2009 – MachineWorks Ltd, a market-leading provider of true solid-based simulation and verification solutions is presenting its latest addition to the expanding range of MachineWorks’ component technologies; toolpath generation for machining. You can see a demonstration at EMO 2009, Pavilion 9, Stand D03.

MachineWorks now offers the ability to compute 2, 3, 4 and 5 axis toolpaths in an environment closely coupled with its simulation and verification libraries. These toolpath generators are built with the same attention to geometric detail and accuracy that characterises our verification engines. They provide fast generation of guaranteed gouge-free toolpaths, within the specified tolerance. “We are really pleased with the seamless integration of our different technologies and now we are in a position to offer our customers a more complete range of solutions”, says Mike Nicholson, Sales & Marketing Director.

A Fidia controller displaying the dynamic simulation of milling paths will be also demonstrated on the MachineWorks stand. Fidia has integrated MachineWorks’ simulation kernel into their controllers, which will allow their customers to further optimise their production processes.

About MachineWorks Ltd

MachineWorks Technology sets the standard for CNC simulation and verification component software in the industry. Our Software Development Toolkit has been adopted over the last 15 years by CAM application developers and machine tool manufacturers looking for a simulation solution that combines speed, accuracy and stability. MachineWorks’ libraries are ideally suited to any type of machining, no matter how complex, and feature material removal, clash detection and full machine simulation. Our technology is employed in CAM applications, standalone verification applications and controller-based applications, including Collision Avoidance Systems.

For more information visit www.machineworks.com

EMO Milano 2009 runs from the 5-10 of October. www.emo-milan.com

More about Fidia at www.fidia.com




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