MachineWorks V6.3 Released

Mitsubishi's implementation of MachineWorks

 V6.3 of MachineWorks™ is out now

What's new in MachineWorks™ latest release

SHEFFIELD (March 13, 2006) – MachineWorks Ltd, supplier of the leading simulation and verification toolkit for software and machine tools OEMs, has announced the release of its latest version, MachineWorks™ v6.3.

MachineWorks v6.3 includes new functionality and enhancements that are designed primarily to increase performance and improve accuracy.  “We acknowledge that continuous innovation and development effort is required to ensure that MachineWorks remains a leading technology”, comments David Manley, Managing Director.

In addition, a significant part of the work was linked to enhancing usability of the application as a result of customers’ requirements.  MachineWorks v6.3 demonstrates our commitment to support our customers in the challenges they face.  “Customers are taking advantage of the new functionality to develop their products further” comments Mike Nicholson, International Business Manager.

The main features of version 6.3 include new methods for programming full machine simulation, enhanced forward kinematics, significant improvements to the performance of clash detection, support for rendering of non-simulation geometry, support for simulation of simultaneous B-axis turning, subtraction of electrodes and Windows XP 64-bit platforms.   For further information on the newly released functionality you can log on to www.machineworks.com/whats_new.htm

About MachineWorks Ltd
MachineWorks Technology sets the standard for CNC simulation and verification component software in the industry. Our toolkit has been adopted by software and hardware OEMs looking for a solution that combines speed, accuracy and stability. It is ideally suited for complex machining simulation, clash detection and full machine simulation. For more information on MachineWorks, please visit www.machineworks.com


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