Roboris to preview Eureka 7 at MECSPE Parma (Italy)

March 20, 2015 -- The forthcoming new release 7 of Eureka Virtual Machining, from Roboris, will be on display for the first time at MECSPE , a reference exhibition for the manufacturing industry in Parma (Italy), from March 26 to 28 (Hall 6, Booth H26).

To be shipped to customers in late April, Eureka 7 includes many enhancements:

Performance
The code has been completely overhauled for a dramatic performance improvement: up to twice as fast for the 64 bit version. In particular, the new “Turbo” mode makes the material removal simulation up to 5 times faster.

Kinematics
Possibility to pick specific manually controlled axes, from PLC or NC.
New kinematics editing functionalities (example: interactive node positioning).
More information in the kinematics tree: current chain, spindles, tools, logical/physical axes.

Robot:
Now supported: Universal Robots UR5 and UR10, Kuka CamRob, Kuka CNC and Kuka-Siemens.
Toolpath mirroring directly from the APT editor.
New powerful tools for capturing a toolpath on a mesh: offset, rotations, tool radius compensation, approach, retract.
New SEQUENCE command.

CNC
Osai UPR for UVW axes now supported.
New window for CN status and simulation statistics.
Heidenhain probing cycles now supported.

Tools:
New parametric tools categories.
New tool search and filter functions.
Material removal by concave tools.
STL inserts for lathe tools.

Miscellaneous:
Better integration with EurekaMobile and EurekaCloud.
The Floating License manager can now be installed on virtual machines.
New languages: Czech, Chinese.

“Our developments are driven by our customers”, says Mirko Sgarbi, Roboris co-founder. “I am confident that our users will be pleased to find in Eureka 7 what thay have been asking for to increase their productivity.”

About Roboris Srl
Headquartered near Pisa (Italy), Roboris is a provider of innovative machine tool and robot simulation software. Its flagship product, Eureka, provides a full yet easy to use Virtual Machining environment, offering 3D simulation of any ISO program on even the most complex machine, including multi-spindle and synchronized/multiflow systems.

www.roboris.com

For more information: Giovanni Opimitti, Sales Director, Email Contact



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