Multiaxis machining software - 3/1/2008

Numerical Control Computer Sciences (Newport Beach, Calif.) has released version 9.5 of its NCL multiaxis machining software, which offers an enhanced mix of automated and user-controlled toolpath-generation techniques. The software offers special modes that give users the ability to develop more precise toolpaths,

Numerical Control Computer Sciences (Newport Beach, Calif.) has released version 9.5 of its NCL multiaxis machining software, which offers an enhanced mix of automated and user-controlled toolpath-generation techniques. The software offers special modes that give users the ability to develop more precise toolpaths, including the ability to automatically lock the tool axis when generating corners as well as several options that permit the user to have the tool axis pass through a point or a 3-D curve as well as to perform interpolation between a start and end vector.

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