Software specialist to showcase aerospace solutions at Dubai Airshow 2017 – Production Engineering Solutions (press release)

CGTech will showcase its expanded range of software applications for the aerospace industry on stand 860C at this year’s Dubai Airshow, DWC, Dubai Airshow Site, taking place from 12 – 16 November 2017.

CGTech’s Vericut is widely used in aerospace and defence to improve the efficiency of all types of CNC machine tools. Vericut is CNC machine simulation, verification and optimisation software that enables users to eliminate the process of manually proving-out NC programs.

It simulates all types of CNC machining, including multi-axis milling, drilling and trimming of composite parts, waterjet cutting, robotic machining and mill/turn centres. Vericut runs standalone, but can also be integrated with leading CAM systems used in aerospace including Dassault Systemes CATIA, Siemens PLM NX, Autodesk PowerMill and Open Mind HyperMill.

Aerospace applications featuring the world’s leading CNC machine tool suppliers including DMG Mori, Mazak, Starrag, Grob, CMS and Hermle will be featured.

Throughout the show, the company will be demonstrating Vericut Composite Applications: Vericut Composite Programming (VCP) and Vericut Composite Simulation (VCS).

It will also feature projects that highlight the use of offline NC programming and simulation software for Automated Fibre Placement (AFP) machines and Automated Tape Laying (ATL) machines including robot cells.

Vericut Composite Applications are machine independent and machines from the world’s leading composites machinery suppliers, including Electroimpact and mTorres, will be featured.

Vericut Drilling and Fastening (VDAF) is software for simulating and programming auto-drilling and fastening machines – commonly used to assemble large aero-structures and essential to avoid programming errors and collisions at such a late stage in the aircraft manufacturing process.

The software allows the user to program drilling and fastener assembly operations in a virtual machine tool environment and provides simulation to check for a variety of potentially disastrous error conditions. Like all Vericut software, VDAF interfaces to leading CAD/CAM/PLM

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