Irvine, CALIFORNIA – July 17, 2017 – NCCS, the developer of NCL multi-axis machining software, used extensively in the aerospace, automotive and turbo-machinery industries, will be participating in the Westec 2017 Exposition taking place September 12-14, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California. NCCS (booth #1310) will showcase the latest version of their flagship product NCL as well as other state-of-the-art manufacturing solutions including PostWorks, an advanced multi-axis universal postprocessor and NCL/IPV which provides high performance, realistic, simultaneous material removal and CNC machine tool simulation.
NCL offers a unique blend of automated and user-controlled tool path generation techniques that result in reduced programming time and increased quality. NCL’s combination of power, flexibility and tool control will give users a distinct advantage over the competition by allowing users to quickly produce any part, reduce machine time, improve quality, and increase profits. There have been many significant feature enhancements. First and foremost, NCL now runs native in the Windows 64Bit environment in addition to the 32Bit environment. The increased memory allocation of the 64Bit processing environment provides better performance and stability. In addition to the VoluMill Roughing module recently added, NCCS has also added a STEP converter into the standard NCL release. The latest release of PostWorks fully supports Catia V4 & V5 Binary CL files, NX AptSrc CLS files, AptSrc textual file output in addition to MasterCam NCI file formats.
NCL’s powerful features include the following:
· New user friendly GUI Interface
· Guaranteed optimized NC Code
· Gives total tool control which means perfect results
· Has been developed with flexibility being upmost priority
· Custom cut routines
· 2 ½ thru 5-axis simultaneous motion
These key features of NCL and PostWorks will help companies get the most out of their software investment by increasing programming proficiency, in addition to improving the quality and accuracy of their NC programs.
“NCCS is dedicated to constantly improving our software technology, giving the end user what they want”, says Don Schultz, President of NCCS. “The latest release of NCL is yet another example of the entrepreneurial spirit that has made the company successful."
Numerical Control Computer Sciences (NCCS) has been an international supplier of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software and services for over 40 years. A recognized leader in software solutions for multi-axis machining applications, its flagship products NCL and PostWorks are used by leading manufacturing companies throughout the world. For more information, visit NCCS’ website at http://www.nccs.com.