ROMI/Sandvik Technical day

ROMI/Sandvik Technical day

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Saint Priest | France

ROMI/Sandvik Technical day

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Saint Priest | France

 

ROMI/Sandvik Technical day

Vero Software along with ROMI and Sandvik Coromant will be demonstrating to existing and propective users of the three companies how bringing together "easy of use" and "advanced production technologies". Participants will be informed about the features and updates available within the latest version of WorkNC and Edgecam softwares and will follow live maching demonstrations on two ROMI 5 axis maching center and Turning center using the latest Sandvik Coromant cutting tools for milling and turning strategies.

ROMI DCM620-5F will machine live a demo part using WorkNC 3+2 positioning license and toolpath transition feature with the latest Sandvik cutting & milling tools (ie CoroMill® 390 etc...).
WorkNC full license is the most powerful programming tool in the WorkNC arsenal.Designed to more efficiently maximize the machining strategies, 3+2 toolpath incorporates 3-axis programs and additional axes created by locking a cutting tool into a tilted position.Specialized cycles offered by WorkNC include, among others, plunge and spiral core roughing cycles, and 3D and ISO finishing cycles. Also included with this license are the ability to create multiple machine contexts and to utilize 3D stock models automatically updated and saved at various points throughout the programming process.

ROMI 350 GL will machine live a cutting tool using Edgecam Waveform Turning and 4 axis remaching strategie with the latest Sandvik cutting & turning tools (ie CoroTurn® 300 etc...). Vero Software’s innovative Waveform technology maintains a constant chip load for high speed machining. The tool moves in a smooth path to avoid sharp changes in direction. As Waveform maintains a constant engagement the feed rate can remain at the optimal value throughout the cycle. This will dramatically improve the tool life and greatly reduce the risk of tool breakage.

4 journalists from the written press will also attend this event.



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