The exhibition VMT 2014 runs from 1 through 4 April 2014. Come and see the latest version of CIMCO Software at booth 4928
In CIMCO CNC-Calc it is now possible to create/import splines and use them in creating toolpaths. The splines can either be imported from dxf files or drawn directly in CNC-Calc.
CIMCO adds support for monitoring Siemens controls using a new compact adapter. The small adapter plugs into the Siemens PROFIBUS/MPI bus and connects to the company Ethernet network. The device is easy to set up in CIMCO DNC-Max and sends status messages to CIMCO MDC-Max for analysis of machine performance.
As a service to our many customers, especially within the educational sector, we are very happy to provide the CNC Handbook, a comprehensive work on the fundamentals in programming and operating CNC mills and lathes, including typical examples of parts, materials, tools, and fixtures.
It is now possible to save parameter sets in CIMCO CNC-Calc, and all the operation parameter dialogs have been changed so they have buttons for “Save Parameters”, “Load Parameters”, and “Reset”. The feature has been implemented in the latest version of CNC-Calc that is available for download with CIMCO Edit.
CIMCO Software is translated into a wide selection of languages, including Swedish. As a consequence of the increased attention from our Swedish customers we are happy to also present our homepage and main documentation in the Swedish language.
We have uploaded a new video showing a few of the defining features in CIMCO Edit such as Backplot, File Compare, File Transmission and CNC-Calc.
Check out our latest MDC-Max video – Presented by Tim Collett of CIMCO partner, Cambridge Numerical Control. The video gives a great and simple overview of the capabilities of CIMCO MDC-Max.