The simulations are said to suit users who require quick results to verify the job.
MachineWorks has announced that its latest interactive simulation demos will be showing visitors how they can benefit from the seamless combination of the company’s family of engines and how different engines can suit various machine simulation requirements.
The simulations are said to target users who require quick results to verify the job and only wish to animate the problematic areas instead of simulating large or complex toolpaths with millions of cuts. Fast simulation may prove too fast for the human eye to detect errors, the company noted, adding that accuracy and tolerances often need to be tight. It explained that MachineWorks version 7.2 provides this type of flexibility and users have reported a 30-40% increase in performance.
Mike Nicholson, the sales and marketing director at the software supplier, said: “We are at EuroMold to directly support our customers around the world and help them to make greater and better use of MachineWorks.”