NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA - February 1, 2007 - NCCS, the developer of NCL multi-axis machining software for the aerospace, automotive and turbomachinery industry will be participating in WESTEC 2007 Advanced Productivity Exposition (APEX), taking place March 26 ~ 29, 2007 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. NCCS (Booth #2982) will present the latest version of NCL offering users more flexibility and tool control with 5-axis machining.
Time Saving Enhancements
Improved tool display: Tool profile definitions have been added and stored in an external library file. These definitions give the user more flexibility in defining the shape of the tool, including individual shading for the cutter, shank, and holder, individual tool shank and holder offsets, and the ability to define different classes of tools, such as mills, lathe bits, blades, routers, shanks, and holders.
Improved tool control: NCL is designed to provide a maximum degree of flexibility in creating tool paths to produce machined parts of any complexity. The user has more control of tool path generation techniques that result in reduced programming time and increased quality.
David Schultz, NCCS' Manager of CAD/CAM Applications says "NCL combines power, flexibility and tool control that gives users a distinct advantage over their competition by allowing the user to quickly produce any part, reduce machine time, improve quality, and ultimately increase profits".
Numerical Control Computer Sciences (NCCS) has been an international supplier of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software and services for over 25 years. A recognized leader in software solutions for multi-axis machining applications, its flagship product NCL, is used by leading manufacturing companies throughout the world. For more information, visit NCCS' website at http://www.nccs.com.