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Capps NC Industry 4.0

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CappsNC

CappsNC software provides a CAM style offline programming environment with realistic machine tool virtual model simulation capabilities, automatic path generation with collision avoidance, and complete geometrical fitting and tolerancing functionality.

Multi-View graphics provides a UI programming environment to make it very easy to create programs for any machine tool configuration.
Once the program is generated, CappsNC can connect with most machine tool controllers with a real time direct interface. A G-Code program is created from the DMIS program so that the machine tool can be used to measure in the same manner as regular cutting programs by the operator or by an automation cycle. A live 3D simulation is displayed in CappsNC graphics and calculations are performed as soon as data is collected. The calculated metrology characteristics, such as best-fitting a data set to a CAD model, are used as a part of the on-the-fly decision making and written back to the machine tool controller as a part of the adaptive machining cycle.

CappsNC

CappsNC software provides a CAM style offline programming environment with realistic machine tool virtual model simulation capabilities, automatic path generation with collision avoidance, and complete geometrical fitting and tolerancing functionality.

Multi-View graphics provides a UI programming environment to make it very easy to create programs for any machine tool configuration.
Once the program is generated, CappsNC can connect with most machine tool controllers with a real time direct interface. A G-Code program is created from the DMIS program so that the machine tool can be used to measure in the same manner as regular cutting programs by the operator or by an automation cycle. A live 3D simulation is displayed in CappsNC graphics and calculations are performed as soon as data is collected. The calculated metrology characteristics, such as best-fitting a data set to a CAD model, are used as a part of the on-the-fly decision making and written back to the machine tool controller as a part of the adaptive machining cycle.

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