CAM-POST V19 includes over 200 NC controller quick-start defaults, which can be selected to simplify and speed post-processor creation. Also, as a standard feature, CAM-POST includes a unique comprehensive "point and click" Wizard that allows even the most novice users to generate advanced NC post-processors quickly and effectively. The Wizard easily guides users through all the various steps involved when creating NC post-processors by using illustrated sets of instructions, which provide an intuitive graphical interface for effortless definition of machine kinematics, axis sign conventions, travel limitations and rotary pivot distance offsets. Virtual Machine® for Integrated machine tool simulation during post-processing... Implementing Virtual Machine as an integrated option to CAM-POST 19, delivers a powerful graphical machine tool simulation solution that enables NC programmers to graphically simulate and test programs against collisions easily and automatically during post-processing. Building on its advanced “forward-looking” features such as path planning and rotary axes pre-positioning / winding, developed to enhance the machining process while avoiding dwell marks, over-traveling and rotary repositioning, Integrated PSE V19 offers an array of new features to its end-users including: Mill / Turn Simulation with Material Removal Built-in support for Mill / Turn sub-spindle or back spindle Probing Simulati on RTCP and LCS Support New flexible GENER & CeRun user interface layout Windows XP, Vista and 7 compliant installation and operation “Version 19 of CAM-POST, Virtual Machine and Control Emulator provides our customers with a powerful software tool allowing for post-processing and simulation with G-code verification for advanced machining app The machine tool and controller data for both Virtual Machine and CAM-POST are stored and managed in the same database. This eliminates the error-prone and time consuming alternative of entering the same machine and control data twice when using a non-integrated solution.

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