SPRING Technologies Releases NCSIMUL Player

New features include integration of new technologies, synchronization of real and virtual machining processes and enhanced usability.

SPRING Technologies, a provider of NC (numerical controlled) machine tool solutions, has released the NCSIMUL Player 9.2, a viewer for NCSIMUL Machine. The newest version features real-time synchronization.

New capabilities in NCSIMUL Player Synchro 9.2 include the integration of new technologies, synchronization of real and virtual machining processes and enhanced usability.

The software offers machining simulation with axis, spindle and tool positioning and machining status. Users can also have instruction sheets synchronized with the machining program and anti-collision radars for each machine axis.

“We are proud to bring our customers NCSIMUL Player 9.2 and its ‘Synchro’ option enabling them to connect a tablet to a machine tool and simulate a machining operation in real time. NCSIMUL Player Synchro embodies the vision for manufacturers that we defined more than two years ago: to provide ergonomic software solutions for machining and reduce the gap between the digital and real worlds. This is what we call the NCEXPERIENCE,” said Olivier Bellaton, managing director, SPRING Technologies.

For more information, visit SPRING Technologies.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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