ModuleWorks and MAL to show MACHPRO Toolpath Optimization at EMO 2013
ModuleWorks and Manufacturing Automation Laboratories (MAL) will demonstrate the benefits of their long term partnership by showing the latest version of MAL CUTPRO™ V10 and MACHPRO™ on the ModuleWorks booth at the EMO 2013 trade show, held in Hannover, Germany, September 16-21, 2013 in Hall 25, booth no. L 12.
ModuleWorks is at the forefront of 5-Axis machining and Simulation technology, providing the machining and simulation technology that powers many of the popular CAM systems available today. MAL develops and markets advanced machining process simulation and process optimization software.
MACHPRO™ is highly accurate and comprehensive simulation software for optimal planning and troubleshooting of machining operations. It allows optimization of machining operations through the prediction of vibration, required power, form errors and stability to find the optimum cutting condition for a given tool, stock material and machine tool. MACHPRO™ uses ModuleWorks Simulation technology to update workpiece geometry as the material removed along the tool path.
At EMO, MAL will be showing a series of live presentations to show how CUTPRO™ and MACHPRO™ can help achieve high performance machining with reduced cycle time and improved tool life.
Jens Beissel, Marketing Manager for ModuleWorks comments, “It is always good to have our partners exhibit with us at these major trade shows. It shows how our component technology can be applied to provide solutions to real world manufacturing challenges. We’re delighted to have MAL, one of longest standing partners, work with us at EMO 2013”.
ModuleWorks is a software component provider for the CAD/CAM industry. ModuleWorks’ expertise in 5-Axis simultaneous machining and Simulation is recognized throughout the CAM industry and its software components and development services are used by the majority of the leading CAM vendors. ModuleWorks 5-Axis and Simulation software has been used in the manufacture of complex parts for over a decade and they have many users in the global CAD/CAM industry.
Manufacturing Automation Laboratories Inc.(MAL) develops and markets the most advanced machining process simulation and process optimization software in the world: measurements of machine tool dynamic stiffness; optimization of feeds, speed and depth of cuts for a given machine, cutter and work material; chatter vibration prediction and avoidance; spindle design, analysis and virtual testing; experimental modal analysis; virtual CNC systems simulation and design.