At AMB 2016: With intelligent CNC machining ready for "Industry 4.0"
More flexibility, productivity and high speed with NCSIMUL 4CAM
SPRING Technologies, leading provider of dedicated software solutions designed to increase the efficiency of CNC machines, will demonstrate the full performance range of its innovative NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS platform at AMB, the international trade fair for metal processing, which takes place from September 13-17, 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany. At the exhibition booth 4 A 38 at Hall 4, SPRING Technologies will show within live demonstrations how quickly and flexibly NC machines can be programmed and controlled and machining programs simulated. The SPRING experts will show during various presentations how businesses can use smart CNC manufacturing to best meet the requirements of Industry 4.0.
The Top 3 – News from NCSIMUL to AMB
The revolutionary CNC programming solution NCSIMUL CAM with its new brand name NCSIMUL 4CAM will be in the focus of SPRING's participation at AMB. NCSIMUL 4CAM automatically converts existing NC programs to a new machine – taking into account the physical means of the workshop like kinematics and controllers and providing absolutely collision-free programs without any CAM reprogramming. In this way, manufacturers don't only optimize their machine's performance, but profit also from self-verified and optimized NC programs and an unparalleled flexibility on the shop floor and in supplier management.
Furthermore SPRING Technologies is looking forward to announcing its new partnership with Datentechnik Reitz. From this September on Datentechnik Reitz, official distributor of SprutCAM, is extending its portfolio in Germany with NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS.
AMB Visitors can also get an insight into NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS at the booth of KOMET GROUP, where a simulation of the innovative KOMET KomTronic® U-Axis System will be demonstrated.
A variety of live demonstrations and practice-oriented presentations
In live demonstrations, SPRING will show at its booth how NC programs can be automatically converted to different machines using NCSIMUL 4CAM. Also to be presented are NCSIMUL Machine, the high-performance machine simulation with smart optimization tools; NCSIMUL TOOL, the digital DIN/ISO-compliant tool management; NCSIMUL DNC and NCSIMUL MONITOR for DNC and Real-time-machine status monitoring. NCSIMUL Player impressively demonstrates how the virtual and real CNC environments also converge on a tablet computer, thus streamlining and speeding up work processes.
Along with the live demonstrations, at the NCSIMUL booth visitors can join various practice-oriented presentations from Tuesday to Friday and discover how NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS is preparing manufacturers for "Industry 4.0", by optimizing and accelerating machining processes.
An overview of the daily presentation schedule in German:
INTELLIGENT CNC MACHINING WITH NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS.
Get ready for "Industry 4.0".
- CONVERT NC programs AUTOMATICALLY to your new machine (10 am)
- DIGITAL tool management – How to import quickly and easily 3D models (11 am)
- Reduce your machining time by 20 % with optimized CNC programs (2 pm)
- FLEXIBILITY drives PRODUCTIVITY: Switch your machine with one click (3 pm)
'Industry 4.0' as key-topic in September
After AMB, SPRING Technologies will highlight the topic "Industry 4.0' also in other events in autumn. On September 20, 2016 the software provider will participate in the VDI Wissensforum conference "Intelligente Sensorik für Industrie 4.0" (Smart sensors for industry 4.0) at Nürtingen. On September 27, 2016 SPRING Technologies will demonstrate its smart software solutions for CNC manufacturing at the exhibition space of the VHS 4 Business event "Industrie 4.0" at Denkendorf nearby Stuttgart.
The SPRING Technologies team is looking forward to a great tradeshow with inspiring conversations.
Stuttgart, Trade Fair, Hall 4, Stand 4 A 38
September 13-17, 2016
AMB is one of the top 5 trade shows worldwide in the field of cutting production technology, and is supported among others by the following patrons: Verein Deutscher Werkzeugmaschinenfabriken (VDW – Association of German Tool Machine Producers), Verein Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbauer (VDMA – Association of German Machine and Plant Builders) and the trade associations for precision tools and software. In 2014, the trade show attracted around 90.000 visitors from Germany and internationally, with 1.357 exhibitors from 28 countries presenting their offerings on a total of around 105.000 square metres in the halls and other exhibition areas of the Stuttgart fairgrounds.