CGTech Vericut 7.1.4
CGTech Vericut 7.1.4 | 443MB
VERICUT software is used to simulate CNC machining in order to detect errors, potential collisions, or areas of inefficiency. VERICUT enables NC programmers to correct errors before the program is ever loaded on the CNC machine, thereby eliminating manual prove-outs.
CGTech is the leader in CNC machine simulation, verification, and optimization software technology. Since 1988, our products have become the standard in manufacturing industry sectors including aerospace, automotive and ground transportation, mold and die, consumer products, power generation, and heavy industry. Today with offices throughout Europe and Asia, and a global network of resellers, CGTech software is used by companies of all sizes, universities, trade schools, and government agencies. VERICUT customer support is provided by a team of dedicated technical support engineers. Full training, implementation, and contract consulting services are available.
About VERICUT Software
VERICUT software simulates NC machining to detect mistakes and inefficiency before prove-out!
VERICUT software simulates NC machining to detect tool path errors and inefficient motion. During the part programming stage, you can eliminate errors that could ruin the part, damage the fixture, break the cutting tool, or crash the machine without doing a single prove-out on the machine!
SIMULATION: A powerful inspection tool 3D solid simulation of the workpiece and NC machine tool enable you to visualize the machining exactly as it occurs on the shop floor.
VERIFICATION: Correct tool path errors before machining VERICUT detects fast feed errors, potential crashes/collisions, gouges, over/undercutting, etc.
ANALYSIS: Verify dimensional accuracy VERICUT includes comprehensive analysis tools for measuring, cross-sectioning the part to make sure the machined will exactly match the design intent.
OPTIMIZATION: Run NC machine tools at the maximum efficiency level possible VERICUT automatically determines the best feed rates for every portion of the tool path and adjusts them based on the cutting conditions.