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KI4Toolpath

Improving Toolpaths with Artificial Intelligence Funding agency Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)/ Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) Project Number: 01lS22021B The project “KI4Toolpath” is funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) and the and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) under the project no. 01lS22021B. Details One-off and small-batch productions …

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Simplifying On-Control Programming

ModuleWorks announces its Next Generation Shopfloor Programming (NGSP) software that enables machine tool builders and CNC manufacturers to offer highly automated touchscreen programming as part of their proprietary on-control solutions. “A lot of parts, especially prismatic parts, are programmed directly on the CNC and we aim to help machine tool builders and controller manufacturers simplify …

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Multi-Axis Metal Additive Manufacturing Without Support Structures

A collaborative team from Promation, ModuleWorks, and Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing (MSAM) Laboratory of the University of Waterloo has developed and successfully tested a new method for manufacturing overhang geometries without the need for support structures. The tests were conducted at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada using Laser Directed Energy Deposition (LDED). By eliminating …

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InterQ

Digital Twins for Improved Manufacturing Funding Agency: Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program Project Number: 958357 This project has received funding from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under grant agreement No. 958357 and it is an initiative of the Factories-of-the-Future (FoF) Public Private Partnership. Details The aim of the project InterQ …

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ModuleWorks Appoints New Business Heads

ModuleWorks announces the creation of three new senior positions as well as the successor to Heiko Weber, former Head of Digital Manufacturing. Continued growth has led to the creation of new positions which will enable ModuleWorks to deliver more highly integrated business and technology solutions to its customers. New appointments in the ModuleWorks Business Areas. …

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LT Ultra-Precision Technology and ModuleWorks partner on ultra-precision machining

CAD/CAM software specialists ModuleWorks and LT Ultra, specialists for ultra-precision technology, have collaborated on a software solution for ultra-precision milling and turning. Built upon the ModuleWorks 6-axis optics kernel, the new software enhances LT Ultra’s machining platforms with automated workflows for manufacturing diverse parts with nanometer precision. LT Ultra-Precision Technology machining platform with integrated ModuleWorks …

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The MIC 2022 – Re-connecting the CAD/CAM Industry

ModuleWorks’ mission to provide the best toolpath and simulation technology in the world is embedded in a desire to advance the entire CAD/CAM industry. Therefore CAD/CAM experts and innovators are invited to the ModuleWorks Insider Conference (MIC) every other year. But despite the atmosphere of anticipation, the events of the last two years with the …

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ModuleWorks Releases 2022.04 Digital Manufacturing Software

ModuleWorks announces the release of its 2022.04 CAD/CAM software components for digital manufacturing. This is the first major ModuleWorks release of 2022 and contains new and enhanced features across the entire product range, including the new blisk module for multiblade machining, undercut machining with slot mills and stock pillar removal for adaptive roughing. Blisk machining …

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A Place to Grow and Develop: New Building in Aachen

ModuleWorks was founded in 2003 in Aachen and is still located there today. This might seem astonishing at first – Aachen is not a city particularly known around the world, and certainly one of the last cities to be thought of as a metropole. But ModuleWorks is located there for good reasons.  The internationally acclaimed Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) is …

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Quo Vadis Additive Manufacturing?

At the Formnext 2021 (Nov 16-19 in Frankfurt, Germany), ModuleWorks spoke with Andreas Saar, former Vice President of Manufacturing Engineering Solutions at Siemens, about the advances and challenges in additive manufacturing. The increasing demand to manufacture complex geometries and structures for higher performance, better functionality and greater usability of print products, the need for ecologically …

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