ESPRIT CAM system: Multitasking


    Supplied ByESPRIT CAM LTD

    Added to MTD CNC: Mon Feb 08 2021

    Machining may be our industry, but we’ve got the fast-moving spirit of a tech company. Established in 1982 by industry veterans Dan Frayssinet and Pau

    Detailed Specification

    ESPRIT provides a natural workflow with an extensive capacity for programming, optimization, and simulation of multifunction, multitasking, and multichannel millturn machines. With a powerful suite of machining cycles combined with advanced process synchronization, program optimization, accurate on-screen machine simulation, and edit-free G-code, ESPRIT will utilize the full capacity of the machine tool.

    Machine-Aware Multitasking

    • Using a digital twin for programming, optimization, and simulation
    • Provides awareness and knowledge of the CNC machine
    • Empowering programmers to fully exploit the machine’s capacity
    • Significantly improving the machine’s performance on the shop floor

    Milling on a Lathe, Turning on a Mill

    Adaptive Machining

    • Using any combination of channel, turret and spindle
    • High-speed machining, High-speed turning for shorter cycle times, improved surface quality, longer tool life
    • Rotary machining to overcome limited X-axis stroke
    • Updates in real time as changes are made to tooling, turret, or channels

    Automatic Link Generator

    • Automatically creates machine-optimized, collision-free positioning and rapid moves 
    • Considers all the tooling, workpieces, and machine components
    • Saves significant time during programming and on-machine prove out

    Synchronized Machining

    • Automatic synchronization of machining cycles and workpiece handling
    • Simultaneously machining one, two, or more workpieces
    • Resulting in minimized cycle times and full machine utilization

    Full Machine Simulation & Verification

    • Potential part violation and collisions
    • Axes limit monitoring and overtravel detection
    • Axes acceleration exceptions
    • Channel conflicts in the event of incompatible instructions

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