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CGTech Announces 24 Vericut User Events in 2017
The first takes place March 7 near the company’s California headquarters.
Simulation Software Benefits from 3D Cutting Tool Data
CGTech’s Vericut Version 8 is CNC machine simulation, verification and optimization software that simulates many types of CNC machining processes, including drilling and trimming of composite parts, waterjet cutting, riveting, robotic automation, multitasking and parallel kinematic machining.
Manufacturer Sets Its Sights on Toolpath Simulation
When machining capacity and part complexity had grown to the point that simulation became necessary, Trijicon Inc. used Vericut software to reduce downtime while increasing production levels.
Verification, Simulation Reduce CNC Machine Crashes
Increasingly complex parts led to more crashes and longer setup times at Phoenix Manufacturing Inc. Vericut software from CGTech improved product quality and increased shopfloor efficiency.
CGTech to Host 23 User Events in 2016
Last year, it held 40 events worldwide, drawing 1,300 users.
Simulation Software Enables Direct Download of OEM Tool Geometries
CGTech and MachiningCloud have jointly introduced a feature that enables users to import an entire tooling package into Vericut 7.4.
CNC Simulation Software Optimizes Cutting Speeds for Complex Multi-Axis Operations
CGTech’s Vericut 7.4 includes enhancements that improve workflow and programming for CNC simulation, verification and optimization.
CGTech Joins Partners in THINC
The company’s CNC and toolpath verification software is seen as a boon to the network, which revolves around Okuma’s THINC control system.
Software Reduces Crashes on New Manufacturing Equipment
Despite new technology investments, Micro-Mechanics Holdings was still experiencing high software crash potential. Switching to CGTech's Vericut NC verification software resulted in increased efficiency and enabled crash-free, lights-out operation.
CNC Simulation Software Can Operate Independently, Integrate with CAM
CGTech’s booth will feature the latest version of Vericut CNC machine simulation, verification and optimization software.
Software Simulates CNC Machining
CGTech’s Vericut V7.3 software is designed to simulate, verify and optimize CNC machining.
United Technologies Optimization Tool Added to Vericut
The new feed rate optimization tool is based on machining trials within UTC. The commitment of an established software company will help this OEM bring cost-saving technology to its suppliers.
G-Code Simulation Ensures Precise Machining of Large Parts
Elliott Group implemented Vericut machine simulation software from CGTech and eliminated scrapped parts due to programming errors. It also helped improve employee safety.
Ready, Willing and Able to Work
Manufacturers seeking skilled workers should rid themselves of the misconceptions many hold about hiring disabled individuals, especially those with specialized industrial training.
Software, Cutting Tool Companies Partner to Speed Simulation
Offline machining simulation is becoming increasingly important as machine shops take on more complex, multi-axis work. That’s why CGTech (Vericut) is demonstrating the results of its new partnership with Kennametal in Booth E-3346.
United Technologies Corp., CGTech Complete Licensing Agreement
The agreement enables integration of UTC’s PromptFM technology with CGTech’s Vericut software for further development opportunities.
CNC Simulation Software Integrates with CAM Systems
CGTech will introduce version 7.3 of its Vericut CNC simulation, verification and optimization software, emphasizing the program's ability to integrate with CAM systems.
CNC Simulation Software Detects Collisions
CGTech will showcase version 7.3 of its Vericut CNC machine simulation, verification and optimization software, which can operate independently or integrated with a CAM system.
Searching for Skilled Workers? Here’s Part of the Solution
In recent years, manufacturers have found it increasingly difficult to find trained, skilled employees, especially in the metalworking industry.
New Users Are Adopting Simulation Software
Even though the market for NC simulation software is mature, that doesn’t mean that new users cannot adopt it. In fact, one CGTech representative lists four reasons why shops that had never considered simulation software before are now opting for it.