NCSIMUL Machine 9 Offers ‘Touch'NC’ Simulation to Shop Floor
A realistic graphical representation of the machining process and other NCSIMUL outputs right at the machine tool
Spring Technologies (Cambridge, MA) has announced that it is among the first NC simulation software developers to offer mobile functionality in its latest release, NCSIMUL Machine 9, running on Windows 8 Pro and Intel certified. Now operators can access a realistic graphical representation of the machining process and other relevant data, in real time, right next to the machine. With NCSIMUL 9, customers can head out onto the shop floor with their touch screen tablet PC equipped with Windows 8 and Spring’s NC Player (NC simulation viewer), and access all of the program’s features including cutting tool libraries, current cutting conditions, simulation, other part programs, and all the relevant published documentation.
Spring is a Microsoft-certified “Gold” partner and an Intel Software Partner. As such, NCSIMUL Machine 9 incorporates new ribbon technology navigation, enabling users to work more efficiently. Tasks are now accessed via tabs that break down into tasks and sub-tasks. The new interface has been specifically designed to work on touch screen devices to facilitate mobility. The intuitive and context-sensitive icons are presented as a rapid access bar, boosting programming productivity.
For more information, visit: www.springplm.com