NCL Multi-Axis Machining Software Blends Toolpath Techniques
Numerical Control Software Solutions (NCSS)’ NCL multi-axis machining software is used in the aerospace, automotive and turbo-machinery industries and can allow users to produce parts, reduce machine time, improve quality, and increase profits.
Numerical Control Software Solutions (NCSS)’ NCL version 10.1 multi-axis machining software is used in the aerospace, automotive and turbo-machinery industries. The software offers automated and user-controlled toolpath-generation techniques. It can allow users to produce parts, reduce machine time, improve quality, and increase profits, the company says.
There have been feature enhancements. The software now runs native in the Windows 64-bit environment in addition to the 32-bit environment. According to the company, the increased memory allocation of the 64-bit processing environment provides better performance and stability.
In addition to the VoluMill roughing module, the company has also added a STEP converter into the standard release. NCL features also include a user-friendly GUI Interface, NC code, tool control, flexibility, custom cut routines, and two-and-a-half through five-axis simultaneous motion, the company says.
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