MachineWorks Simulation At IMTS

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Sheffield UK, August 30 th, 2006 – MachineWorks Ltd, developer of the leading toolkit for CNC simulation and verification will be exhibiting its latest technology at IMTS 2006 at McCormick Place in Chicago on September 6th – 13th, booth D-3021.

Our new functionality includes enhancements that are designed primarily to increase performance and improve accuracy. “We are experiencing a stronger demand for sophisticated simulation and collision detection due to the greater complexity and affordability of machine tools”, comments David Manley, Managing Director, “we are extending our expertise acquired as market leaders for simulation in the CAM industry to other areas where material removal and clash detection are important”.

The version of MachineWorks introduced at IMTS makes available innovative advances such as new methods for programming full machine simulation. We have also made available enhanced forward kinematics and significant improvements to the performance of clash detection. For further information on the newly released functionality you can log on to www.machineworks.com/whats_new.htm

“We are highly specialised in CNC simulation including material removal and collision checking. Our development team dedicates all its efforts to ensure that MachineWorks remains cutting-edge technology”, comments Mike Nicholson, Sales & Marketing Director, “we like to think that MachineWorks’ continuous innovation helps our customers to maintain their leading positions”.

Visitors to the MachineWorks booth will be able to take away the latest multimedia CD showcasing the unique capabilities of MachineWorks' technology.

About MachineWorks Ltd.

MachineWorks Technology is the industry standard for CNC simulation and verification component software. Our toolkit has been adopted by 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

MachineWorks is a registered trademark of MachineWorks Ltd.

 


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