NC-code simulation in NX CAM

NC-code simulation in NX CAM

In this week Technical Tuesday with NX CAM I will talk about main advantages of using ISV in NX.

ISV stands for Integrated Simulation and Verification. It is already integrated inside your NX CAM environment, so you don’t need to use any external software for NC code simulation.

Today I will focus on simulating milling machine tools, and next week I will cover also mill-turns.

At the beginning, I’d like to stress that I’m talking about simulation which is driven basing on real NC code, the same which will be executed at your machine tool.
That’s why it is important to make sure that in your Simulation Control Panel you select “Machine Code Simulate” instead of “Tool Path Simulate”.

About the Author
Marek Pawlus Marek Pawlus
Marek’s focus is development of postprocessors, NC code simulation kits and NX Open applications for NX CAM. In 2016 Marek founded NCmatic in Poland to provide services for NX CAM users. In 2017 NCmatic became Siemens’ Software and Technology Partner. In 2018 Marek launched second location of NCmatic in Morgan Hill, California, to make it even easier for companies from United States to cooperate with NCmatic. Marek graduated from University of Technology in Rzeszow, Poland in 2010 with master’s degree in Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering. While Marek’s area of interest is CAM software and CNC controllers, he also has hands-on experience as CAM programmer in motorsport industry.

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