NCEXPERIENCE(TM) Becomes Connected and Mobile at Paris Air Show 2013

Delivering its NCEXPERIENCE roadmap, SPRING Technologies exhibited that ultra-mobility is now ready for NC operators and programmers on the shop floor

Paris -- SPRING Technologies, vendor of solutions that boost productivity on NC machines,demonstrated at the Paris Air show, June 19th, a major breakthrough to serve the shop floor for enhanced production process integration and improved productivity.

As a first Worldwide preview, with US and French press and key customers and prospects in attendance, the SPRING Technologies Corporate team ran a live demo showcasing the connection between work instruction sheets and a machine’s CNC control.

The demonstration presented the company’s NCSIMUL Player 9 running on the latest Panasonic Toughpad tablet PC (FZ-G1) and its connection with the FANUC 31i B5 CNC machine tool control. This breakthrough technology brings mobility and ease of use, thanks to touch screen capabilities, and it provides an instant access to the work instruction sheet, in context of the machining process.

For instance, when a part machining process requires a machine to stop, allowing the NC operator to take measurements or to verify the machining quality, etc., the correct work instruction automatically appears on the tablet PC.

Therefore, machine operators know exactly the tasks to be performed and do not spend any more time searching for process sheets among tons of pdf.

Breakthrough features

Till now, NCSIMUL users have had to download their documentation as a separate operation.

Now they can have their simulation on one part of the screen and the documentation conveniently displayed alongside.

The tablet implementation of NCSIMUL Playeralso offers a breakthrough feature: the ability to monitormachineoperation on the screen via a TCP/IP connection with 100% touch interaction. We are no longer talking about just NC simulation, but about adigital representation of real-world operation.

"Our customers in aeronautics machine titanium parts that require frequent breaks in machining”, explains Philippe Solignac, Director of Corporate Marketing. “Byinstantlydisplaying the work instructions and explaining the task that has to be done at each break point, operatorssave valuable time. This will enable us to help airplane manufacturers increase their shop floor productivity and meet their production planes delivery while ensuring high-quality production standards.”

SPRING Technologies has signed an ISV(Independent Software Vendor)partnership contract with Panasonic under which it will integratesales of itsToughpad FZ-G1 into its offering, coupled with its software solutions.

About SPRING Technologies

SPRING Technologies enables the optimal use of manufacturing companies’ CNC machines, maximizing their productivity. Its “smart” solutions are integrated, intelligent, instrumented, and based on its “NCEXPERIENCE” philosophy. The NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS portfolio integrates the complete machining process, in real time, including cutting and tool libraries, post-processing, NC simulation, technical content publishing and DNC.

Based in France, Germany, PR China and the USA, the company established in 1983, collaborates with manufacturers in aerospace and defense, transportation, energy, industrial equipment and medical devices sectors worldwide.

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Press contact

Philippe Solignac

SPRING Technologies

HQ Corporate Marketing Director 

+ 33 (0)1 43 60 25 00

Lynn Gorman

Lynn Gorman Communications LLC 

352 489 4788

Silvère Proisy

SPRING Technologies Inc.

General Manager 


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