CGTech Simulation software as a standalone system or an integrated arrangement
UK – CGTech will be presenting Vericut V7.4, the latest version of its machine simulation, verification and optimisation software at Mach 2016.
Vericut simulates the CNC machining process for large, small, simple or complex parts and all types of CNC machining, including drilling and trimming of composite parts, water jet, robots and mill/turn. It can operate either as a standalone system or be integrated with all leading CAM systems.
The company says that Vericut 7.4 incorporates a number of enhancements that are intended to simplify the simulation process. The desktop is features a new docking method that enables Vericut’s desktop to be configured in the most efficient manner. The status window has been completely re-designed to provide better viewing, customisation and size. The “Favorites” feature has been enhanced to automatically read all sub-folders in a directory. There is also a new welcome screen allowing access to popular features, samples and help.
A new tool bar provides easy access to all features needed to create and maintain tool libraries, create/modify tool assemblies, import tool assemblies and create or import opti-path records. Components in the tool list now have a parent/child hierarchy, for better tool assembly management and modification. All the tool definition windows have been re-designed to make tool definition easier. Vericut 7.4 ships with a library of common tools and also features seamless connectivity with Kennametal's Novot, Iscar's IQ-Cloud-T, and other tooling suppliers via the Machining Cloud-T. Machine movements can be simulated while stepping or playing backwards in review mode.