4/30/2013

Machining Simulation Software for Lathes and Mills

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Southwestern Industries will introduce its solid 3D Verify machining simulation software, available as part of the advanced feature option set for TRAK lathes and mills with ProtoTrak SLX and SMX controls, respectively.

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TRAK Machine Tools will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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Southwestern Industries will introduce its solid 3D Verify machining simulation software, available as part of the advanced feature option set for TRAK lathes and mills with ProtoTrak SLX and SMX controls, respectively. The program enables machinists to proof ProtoTRAK programs prior to cutting chips, saving programming time and reducing unnecessary scrap and rework. The software will be exhibited with Southwestern Industries’ line of CNC bed mills, CNC lathes and LPM machining center.
 
The company will also display its Parasolid Converter which generates ProtoTRAK programs from Parasolid 3D CAD files.
 

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