Missler Software and Mori Seiki: Approved TopSolid'Cam NT machine post processors

Mori Seiki has recently approved TopSolid'Cam post processors for its NT family of machines. Missler Software and Mori Seiki have worked in close collaboration for many years now. An ever closer working relationship since 2005 means that the machine tool manufacturer has approved TopSolid'Cam's post processors for its NT series of machines. (TopSolid'Cam, in addition, is capable of driving the rest of the Mori Seiki range of machines.)

TopSolid'Cam offers very powerful functions to drive Mori Seiki's complex multi-function machines. Machine simulation, collision check, spindle synchronization, raw part updating and visualization of material removal are important elements of TopSolid'Cam for the tool path programming of multi-function machines. In addition TopSolid'Cam offers a unique CAM solution in that it is capable of piloting 2 axis turning, 2 & 3 axis milling, 4 & 5 axis continuous milling, synchronization of multiple turrets and complex simulation.

Close collaboration between Missler Software and Mori Seiki offers greater certainty to clients. According to Dominique Laffret, Vice-President of Strategic Relationships at Missler Software, "Post-processors are a tricky business. We need to work closely with machine manufacturers if we want to get it right. Mori Seiki has worked with us throughout the development of the NT series post-processors. The result is that both companies can guarantee a machine tool and CAM software that work together. This offers an assurance to our respective customers that the machine will work when it arrives on their shop floor"

As an added value, Mori Seiki has pioneered in actively helping with creation of the machine solid models for NT machine. TopSolid'Cam will henceforth be able to integrate the solid models of the NT machine for the benefit of our mutual customers.

"By working with leading CAM software vendors such as Missler Software," adds Dr. Fujishima, Development Director for Mori Seiki, "we are able to give our customers the assurance that there is a programming solution available to meet their needs when investing in our latest generation NT range of our multi-tasking machine tools."

Missler Software and Mori Seiki currently work closely together in Austria, France, Germany and the USA. TopSolid'Cam is used in the Roissy, France demonstration centre.

About Missler Software:
Missler Software is one of the leading global suppliers of CAD, CAM and ERP solutions. The company's product lines include TopSolid & GOelan. Missler Software offers a uniquely integrated solution for the mechanical industry (general mechanical design, special machinery, tool and die, subcontracting industries…).

Thanks to its advanced technology and its fully integrated solution, Missler Software is experiencing rapid growth in the global CAD/CAM market. For further information contact international@topsolid.com or visit www.topsolid.com

About Mori Seiki:
Mori Seiki has produced more than 150,000 machine tools since its founding in 1948. Mori Seiki has achieved steady growth as a leading company in the machine tool industry while supporting product development by customers throughout the world. It is not an exaggeration to describe the road that Mori Seiki has walked thus far as one of consistent revolution and challenge. Mori Seiki employs a business process aiming for cutting-edge and creative technological development, customer-based service support and total quality. Not stopping at existing methods and industry schemes, we have consistently set high standards, and have generated numerous innovations.

Mori Seiki's next goal is to be the "Global One" machine tool manufacturer. To achieve this goal, we are creating a stable business model that is not contingent on the business environment. We are also releasing new products such as the next generation Integrated Mill Turn Center "NT Series", and Driven at the Center of Gravity (DCG™), which are the fruits of numerous innovations at Mori Seiki, delivering new value for machine tools. For further information visit www.moriseiki.com.

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