SIMNC Technology

SIMNC Technology

SIMNC’s direct modeling of machines and processes provides you with the capability to easily support today’s ever more complex machines, cutting tools and machining methods.

  • Direct Modeling of Machines and Processes
    Explicitly defined machine components
    Direct functions to simulate manufacturing processes
    Utilizes a standard XML based Markup Language (GDML)


  • Technology

    The SIMNC Direct Modeling advantage provides you with the tools to explicitly define machine components (axes,spindles, turrets, slides, heads, fixtures, etc.) resulting in quicker implementation and faster operation. With Direct Modeling of manufacturing processes for these components (part clamping, steady-rest engagement, tailstock activation), you have support for the latest, most advanced cutting tools and machining methods. By utilizing a standard XML Markup Language (GDML) that provides explicit definitions for geometric, kinematic and technological data, a comprehensive definition of any machine tool is easily built, stored and utilized within your simulation system.

    The Direct Modeling and new architecture of SIMNC delivers:

    Easier and more reliable implementations
    Fast Operation
    Support for larger, more complex machining situations



  • Virtual Machining

    The SIMNC virtual machining technology is built with a new object-oriented software architecture that offers an easier and more reliable method for implementing your simulation solution. Operations will perform faster and with greater precision due to SIMNC’s use of the latest computer technologies.

    SIMNC is optimized to natively support multi-core computers, offering threadsafe, and multi-threaded scalable parallel processing. Interfacing with the latest programming languages, the compact, lightweight kernel is delivered as a small number of DLLs, libraries and header files with C, C++ (primary interface), and .NET interfaces.

    The layered scalable programming interfaces offer you the choice of driving your simulation from axes motions, program coordinates, G-code or CL file data.

  • New Object-Oriented Software Architecture
    Optimized native support for multi-core

    32-bit and native 64-bit support
    Interfaces with latest programming languages
    Compact and lightweight
    Layered scalable interfaces