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Maksim Kulagin

Maksim Kulagin

Понедельник, 19 апреля 2021 11:36

CGTech offers a commercial FORCE

CGTech offers a commercial FORCE

The sharp downturn in travel caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the grounding of many aircraft and the largest contraction in the commercial aerospace sector’s history, with most airlines around the world scaling back or cancelling orders. However, seen in the right context, the current challenges faced by the aerospace industry offer opportunities for commercial OEMs and suppliers to make needed changes. This is where the complete digital NC simulation and optimisation software solution offered by VERICUT can help.

According to a recent report by Glenn Brady, Global Aerospace & Defence Leader, and Partner at PwC in America: “The next six to 12 months are a critical period in which to prepare for the recovery. Rather than simply focusing on cuts, we believe that OEMs and large suppliers should also make needed investments in the future, in five key areas: using technology as an accelerator, stabilising the supply chain, streamlining the workforce, focusing on sustainability and making a co-ordinated pitch for government support.”

His report concludes: “The coronavirus has had a devastating impact on the commercial aerospace industry, but it can also be a catalyst for needed change. When the recovery finally comes, the winners will be those businesses that capitalised on this window and took the steps necessary to emerge stronger from the crisis.”

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Technology as an accelerator

The use of the digital twin and applying the digital environment to the manufacturing industry is becoming more critical than ever to access commercial business benefits. It will not only ensure that the industry will continue to operate and grow, but also that jobs within the industry are retained, further industry investment is made, and a sustainably reduced carbon footprint can be achieved.

Dedicated to supporting aerospace and other advanced manufacturers in improving processes, CGTech is the original CNC ‘Digital Twin’ developer with their VERICUT software. Using a digital environment with a range of innovative solutions, VERICUT combines the real world with the digital world to ensure manufacturer’s processes are detailed, safe and efficient.

VERICUT uses the CNC digital twin to provide accurate in process simulation, verification and optimisation of a true post processed NC file. The digital twin gives instant feedback on any errors or collisions and provides in-process cutting data. The product portfolio is further supported with the additions of VERICUT Composites and VERICUT Drilling and Fastening – both commonly used within the aerospace sector.

Technical Director, Gavin Powell, says: “With most already using advanced manufacturing technologies and equipment, many commercial aerospace companies still have the opportunity to apply digital techniques to unlock more value. OEMs and major suppliers should invest in digital throughout their organisation such as upgrading how new aircraft are designed and developed. Digital tools such as VERICUT can dramatically accelerate the development process ensuring components can be produced efficiently and reliably. This makes organisations more agile and responsive when dealing with dramatic changes in order volumes.”

“In addition, any digital investment will capture better data allowing the Commercial, Financial and Managing Director to derive clear insights from it, leading to better decision making. So, the case for making digital investments is clear and we believe the global application of VERICUT along with its FORCE module within the aerospace industry speaks volumes about the commercial benefits available.”

FORCE is a software module within VERICUT that uses a physics-based optimisation method to determine the maximum reliable feed rate for a given cutting condition based on four factors. They are force on the cutter, spindle power, maximum chip thickness, and maximum allowable feed rate. Force calculates ideal feed rates by analysing tool geometry and parameters, material properties of the stock and cutting tool, detailed cutting tool edge geometry, and of course VERICUT cut-by-cut contact conditions.

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Commercial benefits

Force excels in difficult to machine materials, especially complex multi-axis cuts such as 5-axis flank milling. Whilst the calculations undertaken within the FORCE module are complex, the commercial benefits are straightforward and easy to measure.

UK Sale Engineer, Scott Ravenscroft, explains: “Using the digital twin to simulate every important part of the CNC machine tool VERICUT covers the obvious and visible production concerns, such as crashes, scrap, gouges and prove outs. However, FORCE addresses the hidden opportunities for cost savings, such as inefficient programming and suboptimal feedrates caused by the CAM system’s inability to adjust cutting feedrates for varying cutting conditions.”

Using the football analogy of ‘attack’ and ‘defence’ he highlights how the software achieves its goals: “In attack - we create optimal cutting conditions by maximising chip thickness and keeping the chip thickness constant. Defence comes from setting limits to prevent failure, such as maximum feedrate, cutting force and deflection. All of which are done without altering the trajectory or path of the cutting tool.”

Any business can access the commercial benefits available from VERICUT FORCE. The software relies on proven technology to maximise program efficiency and productivity and typically achieves savings of 8 – 15% on aluminium and more than 15% on difficult to cut materials. Return on investment can often be as little as one production component, with the opportunity to analyse cutting conditions, improve tool life, protect CNC machine tools and reduce operational costs.

This example of a typical aerospace component, an aircraft pylon produced from a titanium forging, has been FORCE optimised. The original cycle time for this component was 2 hours 47 minutes and the FORCE optimised cycle time dropped to 2 hours 12 minutes, a reduction of around 21%. Based on 500 parts charged at £100 per hour machine time, the optimised cycle would offer a £29,000 cost reduction over the batch.

And, FORCE is not only effective on exotic materials, as this example of an aerospace component that has been manufactured from aluminium billet shows. The original cycle time was 39 minutes and the optimised cycle reduced this by 17% to 32 minutes.

“Businesses don’t need to fully understand how FORCE works to apply it, CGTech has a global technical team that can help any company unleash its commercial benefits. We know the savings the software offers are measurable and robust, so the results are sustainable. Cycle time savings of around 20% should not to be ignored. If your machine shop has say ten machine tools running these parts using FORCE optimisation, then two of the machines are now potentially operating for zero cost. How the gains are applied to the bottom line of the business is an internal commercial decision, but with year-on-year cost down pressures across the industry, having such an opportunity to make these savings should be a ‘no brainer’,” Gavin Powell explains.

He concludes: “The industry finds itself in strange and unprecedented times. It is critical that manufacturers embrace new methods, strategies and technology to ensure that processes are secure and stable. This will reduce scrap and waste, as well as increase profitability and capacity. Digital data applications can improve performance internally by showing clearly what is happening in areas such as operations, production and assembly. The array of applications is wide and varied, but VERICUT and, more recently, FORCE, have proven track records of providing commercial success for aerospace businesses around the world. If you want your company to exceed its Key Performance Indicators (KPI) you need to talk to CGTech.”

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CGTech Announces 3DLive™ GDML Interface for VERICUT® Software

Irvine, CA– CGTech has announced that its VERICUT software can now read in Geometry Description Markup Language (GDML) files with a new 3DLive Interface. GDML is an application independent geometry description format based on XML.

3DLive is available in MachiningCloud for products that require kinematics such as Machine Tools and Workholding devices. MachiningCloud has traditionally been known for the ability to provide 3D models of cutting tools for use in VERICUT and other related CAD/CAM and simulation software. DMG MORI, HAAS Automation, Mazak, Kennametal and KURT Workholding are among the first to supply GDML machine tool, driven turret units and fixture models to MachiningCloud.

VERICUT is the first software of its kind to support the import of 3DLive files for use in verifying, simulating and optimizing NC programs. This enhancement provides VERICUT users the ability to read in 3DLive data for CNC machines, workholding fixtures and cutting tool holders for use in simulations. This eliminates having to measure and model the components by traditional means or request 3D models from the machine tool builder.

“What has traditionally been a challenging and time-consuming procedure to obtain machine specific information and manually build digital twin machines, can now be done quickly and easily in VERICUT using the new 3DLive interface to read information-rich geometry data,” says Gene Granata, VERICUT Product Manager.

The 3DLive catalog in MachiningCloud currently contains over 8,700 products. 3DLive files contain kinematics, travel limits, minimum and maximum feed rates, initial machine location and 3D geometry colors in a single file format. This data can be read into VERICUT in a matter of seconds. 3DLive fixtures can be utilized to exactly represent the workholding setup in a VERICUT simulation. These fixture models sometimes contain axis movement (I.e. vise models that open/close). Additionally, 3DLive tool assembly holders can be read into VERICUT’s Tool Manager.

About CGTech

CGTech’s VERICUT® software is the standard for CNC simulation, verification, optimization, analysis, and additive manufacturing. CGTech also offers programming and simulation software for composites automated fiber-placement, tape-laying, and drilling/fastening CNC machines. VERICUT software is used by companies of different sizes in all industries. Established in 1988, and headquartered in Irvine, California; CGTech has offices worldwide. For more information: visit the CGTech website at cgtech.co.uk, call (949) 753-1050, or email info@CGTech.com

About MachiningCloud

MachiningCloud is dedicated to leading a digital shift within the discrete manufacturing industry to deliver a new level of operational efficiency. Cloud-based applications, resources, services, knowledge, and digital product data from the world’s leading manufacturers of cutting tools, machine tools, workholding and specialty products are providing efficiency improvements by facilitating the flow of data to and from today’s data intensive shop-floor. For more information: visit www.machiningcloud.com, or call (805) 437-4171.

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Среда, 20 января 2021 16:28

Autodesk – Fusion 360

Каскадный постпроцессор VERICUT Fusion 360 объединяет две программы, чтобы помочь вам создавать точные и эффективные управляющие программы ЧПУ!

Каскадный постпроцессор Fusion 360 тесно интегрируется с VERICUT за счет экспорта производственных данных Fusion 360, необходимых для настройки проекта VERICUT. Геометрия заготовки, приспособления и проверочной модели передаются в VERICUT в правильной ориентации вместе с указанными управляющими программами и подпрограммами, сборками режущего инструмента и другими настройками моделирования.

Свяжитесь с CGTech для получения дополнительной информации о каскадном постпроцессоре Fusion 360 VERICUT

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Понедельник, 07 декабря 2020 16:38

Mägerle

VERICUT поддерживает симуляцию шлифовального оборудования Mägerle, чтобы Ваше производство было более эффективным, конкурентоспособным и прибыльным!

VERICUT позволяет выполнять реалистичную 3D симуляцию станков с ЧПУ, в процессе которой виртуальный станок ведет себя аналогично реальному оборудованию в цехе. VERICUT обнаруживает столкновения и опасное сближение между компонентами станка, такими как суппорты, головки, поворотные столы, шпиндели, устройства смены инструмента, приспособления, заготовки, режущие инструменты и другие объекты, определенные пользователем. Вы можете установить «зоны опасного сближения» для компонентов, чтобы проверить, опасность столкновений. Модуль шлифования-правки VERICUT позволяет пользователям моделировать и проверять операции правки шлифовальных инструментов для обеспечения максимальной точности шлифования.

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Вторник, 25 февраля 2020 13:56

MACH 2020 20 to 24 April NEC Birmingham

Disruption is sometimes the only way forward says CGTech (Hall 17 Stand 330)

X caliper‘If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got’ is a truism that CGTech, developer of VERICUT – the world’s leading CNC simulation, verification and optimization software - has been stating to manufacturers in many industry sectors since 1988.

Visitors to the MACH 2020 exhibition (Hall 17 Stand 330) can find out from the renowned global leader in NC code simulation how the software can improve (disrupt) their business. With VERICUT, CGTech offers a wide range of products and solutions that ensure CNC machine tools run collision-free and manufacturing processes operate more efficiently with increased profit levels. Machine shops can take back control and get ahead with VERICUT.

Demonstrations of the latest features in version 9.0 of VERICUT CNC machine simulation and optimization software will be conducted on the stand, by the company’s knowledgeable technical staff. VERICUT software is the industry standard for simulating CNC machining in order to detect errors, potential collisions, or areas of inefficiency. It operates independently; but can also be integrated with leading CAM systems.

Technical Director, Gavin Powell, says: “Faster is better, with the development of our new graphics display providing significant gains for users. You can render faster with more realistic and crisper views of cutting processes and machines. With dramatic improvements in the view environment; rotate or zoom while cutting, seamlessly switch view types or layouts, and change model translucency, colours or other appearance properties at any time. New flexibility to use major functions (like Section, X-Caliper and AUTO-DIFF) in any view will help programmers get things done faster.”

‘Restart’ and ‘Stop At’ capabilities quickly verify changes made to an NC program, and have more control over the simulation. Initiate Restart action on any line in the NC Program window and the simulation quickly processes up to the restart line, then the display updates to show the result. A new Stop At Line Number/Count option enables programmers dealing with looping and branching logic to stop at a specific occurrence number of processing a line in the NC program.

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CGTech will also demonstrate VERICUT’s Force optimization module at MACH. VERICUT + Force provides an integrated simulation-optimization solution that can significantly reduce machining times, improving cutting tool and machine life. New and legacy NC programs can be optimized with Force to run as efficiently and safely as possible. Force is available for milling, turning, and mill-turn machines.

Force is a physics-and mathematics-based module designed to optimize machining feed rates. The software uses actual data for cutting tool forces and spindle power readings to calculate maximum chip thickness and feed rate.

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Sales Engineer, Scott Ravenscroft, explains: “VERICUT covers the obvious and visible production elements, such as crashes, scrap, gouges and prove outs; Force addresses the hidden opportunities. These include inefficient programming and suboptimal feedrates caused by the CAM system’s inability to adjust cutting feedrates for varying cutting conditions.”

Force relies on proven technology to maximize program efficiency and productivity and typically achieves savings of 8 to 15 per cent on aluminium and 15-plus per cent on difficult to cut materials. Return on investment can often be as little as one production component, with the opportunity to analyze cutting conditions, improve tool life, protect CNC machine tools and reduce operational costs.

Gavin Powell concludes: “Companies now more than ever are realizing the importance of simulation and the digital twin model. We are working closely with our customers and partners around the world to understand their exact needs, we deliver superior technical and economical solutions through the use of advanced technologies.”

Вторник, 25 февраля 2020 13:41

Take back control and stay one step ahead

VERICUT Force revolutionizes NC program optimization – interview with Gavin Powell

Gavin PowellVERICUT Force is new and is leading the way. The physics based software module for NC program optimization analyzes and optimizes cutting conditions during the entire NC program operation. Taking into consideration the respective material, cutting tools and the machining conditions, VERICUT Force generates the maximum reliable feed. Current users see it as one of the best tools in the world of machining in terms of effectiveness and usability. Gavin Powell, Technical Director at CGTech Ltd. comments on VERICUT Force in an interview.

What is Force?
Gavin Powell:
VERICUT Force is a physics-based NC program optimization software module that analyzes and optimizes cutting conditions throughout NC program operations.

Why use Force?
Gavin Powell:
It is by far the best optimization solution on the market. Force makes the most effective NC program for the given material, cutting tool, and machining conditions. The results are significant time savings, and improved cutting tool and machine life. Machining improvements are a balance between tool life and speed. Force optimization provides the flexibility to tip the scales to match your machining goals.
How can these benefits help my machine shop?
Gavin Powell:
The benefits of Force are endless - better cutting tool and machine utilization, as well as better utilization of the machinist’s time, so you can increase capacity without adding another machine and have greater confidence when running lights-out machining. There are also significant improvements in part to part and job to job consistency. All this ensures reduced cycle times, faster delivery and improved margins – ultimately making you more competitive.

How can I calculate my expected savings?
Gavin Powell:
Most users see a return on their investment in just 3-6 months. Some of our customers have paid for VERICUT Force on their first optimized project. We have a handy Force Calculator on our website so you can see for yourself exactly what Force could save you.

How does Force make my parts cut faster?
Gavin Powell:
VERICUT Force maximizes the chip thickness, keeps it constant, matches the cutting conditions to the cutting tools performance parameters all while protecting the cutting from excessive Force, feed rates, spindle power requirements.

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How easy is Force to setup and use?
Gavin Powell:
Easier than any other type of NC program optimization process. User knowledge or software tests are not necessary. Force can optimize every material, on any machine tool, with any cutting tool, using any NC program – whether it’s newly created or old. We have successfully Force optimized many parts improving them further than had already been optimized by other methods.

Does Force overwrite the existing NC program
Gavin Powell:
No. it creates a separate file with a “.opti” extension. Force has a feature to display the original and opti. file side by side. With the Force graphs you can see things like cutting conditions, excessive forces, machining rates, power/torque, chip strength, material removal, tool deflections and feeds for the original and optimized program.

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CGTech will be demonstrating VERICUT Force at MACH between 20th – 24th April on stand 17-320. For more information visit: https://www.cgtech.co.uk/products/product-line/92-force.html

Четверг, 20 февраля 2020 10:13

CGTech releases 9.0 ready for exhibition showcase

The highly anticipated release of VERICUT 9.0 is here.

X caliperVERICUT is already an advanced piece of software which has become industry standard for simulating CNC Machining. VERICUT CNC machine simulation, verification, and optimisation software simulates all types of CNC machining, additive, and hybrid manufacturing processes. The software operates independently, but can also be integrated with leading CAM systems.

The launch of VERICUT 9.0 has brought with it several new enhancements designed to increase power and improve efficiency. The new features and benefits will be showcased at the Southern Manufacturing Exhibition on 11th – 13th of February. CGTech will be presenting VERICUT 9.0 at stand C215.

Gavin Powell, CGTech Technical Director said: “VERICUT 9.0 is ‘smarter’ than previous versions, offering more robust connections to tooling databases and the latest CAM systems.

“Most users will experience gains in performance, as well as sharper, clearer and more realistic views of machines and the machining process. Enhancements to VERICUT’s free Reviewer app also lets programmers share with others (like machinists or quality assurance personnel) how parts are manufactured.”

The new features include:
Enhanced Graphics Display
VERICUT 9.0’s greatly enhanced image quality makes it easier to spot problems and imperfections in machined parts. Switch seamlessly between Workpiece, Machine or Profile views, or combine them in a variety of view layouts.

Streamlined Verification
Any of VERICUT’s major functions, such as AUTO-DIFF, Section, and X-Caliper, can be used in any view which streamlines the verification effort and increases productivity.

Force Optimization
Use Force “Analyze”, without any prior configuration, to spot potentially dangerous machining conditions or identify underutilised tools. Force Charts has a new “Fill Comparison” option to help visualise the changes made by Force optimisation to feedrates and chip loads.

Appearance Settings
Appearance settings accompany the “Colour” option for components and models, and can be used to add realism to objects in VERICUT simulations. Machined parts look more lifelike and identification of errors or incorrect cuts has become easier.

Enhanced Translucency and New Stock/Design View
New features are available to quickly display the Design part embedded in translucent Stock, and show AUTO-DIFF Gouge or Excess errors in relation to the Design part or cut stock model.

X-Caliper
X-Caliper has several new measurements and features that provide greater control over how measurements (dimensions) are shown. Images with dimensions can be printed, saved to an image file, or utilised in Setup Plans.

Setup Plan
A new Setup Plan capability makes it easier than ever to create images from the simulation with dimensions or notes that help others understand the manufacturing process. Setup Plans are easily incorporated in VERICUT’s reports to document operation setups, or how machined parts should look at various stages.

Multi Tool Station
The new Multi Tool Station tool component has been added in Tool Manager, enabling users to setup an apparatus that holds multiple tools, attached to a single turret station.

Tool Change List Panel
Tool Change List Panel is enhanced with capabilities to graphically setup tools on turrets, in tool chains, define orientations for “Flash” multi-function tools, and more.

Reviewer App
VERICUT’s Reviewer application is powered by the same enhanced graphics engine featured in VERICUT Verification, and users will also immediately notice the dramatic boost in performance.

New Section Window
The new Section Window is easier to use with dynamic section plane locations and angle adjustments.
For more information about VERICUT 9.0 visit CGTech at the Southern Manufacturing Exhibition or visit www.cgtech.co.uk

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Note to Editors
About CGTech
CGTech’s VERICUT® software is the standard for CNC simulation, verification, optimisation, analysis, and additive manufacturing. CGTech also offers programming and simulation software for composites automated fiber-placement, tape-laying, and drilling/fastening CNC machines. VERICUT software is used by companies of different sizes in all industries. Established in 1988, and headquartered in Irvine, California; CGTech has an extensive network of offices and resellers throughout the world. For more information, visit the CGTech website at www.cgtech.co.uk, call +44 (0)1273 773538, or email info.uk@cgtech.com.

JEC WORLDFrom the 3 to 5 March 2020, Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre in France will become the focal point for the global composites industry with over 1,300 exhibitors demonstrating the very latest engineering and technological innovations at JEC World. At this year’s international composites trade show CGTech, developers of the world’s most advanced independent CNC simulation and optimization software, VERICUT, will be hosting its ‘Composite Manufacturing Symposium’.

Mark Forth, Global Business Development Manager, asks: “Are you ready for the future of composite manufacturing? CGTech has assembled an international panel of composite manufacturing experts to discuss the challenges facing the industry today and present their experiences across multiple industries. So, attendees can glean practical knowledge and even benchmark their own progress and preparation for the predicted growth of the high-performance lightweight materials sector.”

The symposium sessions will take place in Room 513 within the Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre on the first day of the show, on Tuesday, 3 March, at 10:30 am to midday with a free buffet lunch until 1 pm. They will then be repeated in the afternoon from 1 pm to 2.30 pm. For more information, or to register for the symposium, contact Jodie.cosby@cgtech.com

With 44,000 visitors expected at this year’s show the organiser, JEC Group, aims to bring together the decision-makers of the end-user industries from around the world with a range of conferences and discussion groups covering the whole supply chain. This year, the organiser’s focus falls on the automotive, aerospace, and sports & health industries, covering all issues relating to composites in these strategic sectors.

“For these, and many other industry sectors, new technologies, materials and processes are transforming how components are manufactured,” Mark Forth points out. “If you are shaping the future of your company's composite manufacturing, then our Composites Symposium event will inspire and engage you with informative keynotes, a focus on innovation and will also provide networking opportunities. It really should be seen as an unmissable ‘knowledge grab’ for anyone attending JEC World.”

Visitors to JEC World can also call onto the CGTech stand, P30 in Hall 5, where live demonstrations of the latest CNC simulation software, VERICUT Version 9.0, will be offered alongside the opportunity to discuss productivity and efficiency gains.

VERICUT offers specific modules to support manufacturers in the composites sector; VERICUT Composite Programming (VCP) and VERICUT Composite Simulation (VCS).

VCP gives composite part designers complete control over their part. With a wide variety of path laying algorithms, engineers can ensure that they capture the design intent of their composite work piece. Using tools inside of VCP, the part designer or engineer can easily create and experiment with various Automated Fibre Placement (AFP) path options. They can also evaluate the effects of AFP manufacturing on a composite part’s design intent.
The user can measure and evaluate the effects of AFP path trajectory, material steering, surface curvature, course convergence and other process constraints as they would be applied in manufacturing.

VCP can be used to program any number of machines. It includes support for probing, knife trimming paths, laser projection, and Automated Tape Laying (ATL) machines. Reading CAD surfaces and ply boundary information for fibre placement from leading software systems, including CATIA, STEP, Siemens NX, Pro E, Creo, SolidWorks, or ACIS surface models.

VCS gives an entire organization the confidence needed to run composite NC machines correctly the first time. Regardless of the programming system used (VCP or others), users can verify NC code to identify issues, such as: collisions, NC syntax errors, and material placement quality. Because the material is applied to the layup form via NC program instructions in a virtual CNC simulation environment, the simulated part can be measured and inspected to ensure the NC program follows manufacturing constraints. A report showing simulation results and statistical information can be created automatically to help build confidence with operators and management. VCS can be used to simulate any number of machines, and includes support for probing, knife trimming paths, laser projection, Automated Fibre Placement (AFP), and Automated Tape Laying (ATL) machines.

For manufacturers applying robotic automation to cutting and trimming, drilling and fastening, as well as fibre placement, VERICUT simulates 6-axis articulated-arm robot motion from leading robot machine builders including Fanuc, KUKA, ABB, Kawasaki, Motorman and others. VERICUT also supports robots that have additional ‘external’ axes such as those mounted on a linear rail.

Mark Forth concludes: “Implementing automated composite manufacturing requires a significant investment, both in capital equipment and staff knowledge. This might inhibit many manufactures from applying automation, despite the clear advantages.

“To address this, we have produced a ‘Roadmap to Automated Composites’, and this paper provides a business case for adopting automated composites, pointing out considerations when deciding upon a machine. By shedding light onto these specific considerations, informed and successful steps can be taken to implement this constantly evolving technology. JEC World visitors, to our symposium or our stand, can access this information and discuss their composite challenges in confidence with CGTech staff.”

The ‘Roadmap to Automated Composites’ can be downloaded at https://cgtech.com/images/pdf/Roadmap-to-Automated-Composites_final.pdf

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Note to Editors
About CGTech
CGTech’s VERICUT® software is the standard for CNC simulation, verification, optimization, analysis, and additive manufacturing. CGTech also offers programming and simulation software for composites automated fibre-placement, tape-laying, and drilling/fastening CNC machines. VERICUT software is used by companies of different sizes in all industries. Established in 1988, and headquartered in Irvine, California; CGTech has an extensive network of offices and resellers throughout the world. For more information, visit the CGTech website at www.cgtech.co.uk, call +44 (0)1273 773538, or email info.uk@cgtech.com.

 

 

 

 

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