CGTech's VERICUT 9.3

CGTech's VERICUT 9.3

September 12, 2022


CGTech will demonstrate the latest release of their simulation software, VERICUT 9.3 at IMTS (booth #133340). VERICUT is the industry standard in simulating CNC machining to detect errors, potential collisions, and areas for improvement. The software operates independently but integrates with all leading CAM systems.

Throughout the event, the CGTech team will demonstrate solutions for verification, simulation, and optimization of NC programs, including the latest features available in VERICUT 9.3 such as the tool performance database and machining optimization data in tool manager.

In collaboration with Okuma and Sandvik Coromant, visitors can see the effects of VERICUT’s Force optimization module in CGTech’s booth and watch the part machined live at Okuma’s booth (booth #338500).

Users can view live demos of the CNC Machine Connect module developed in partnership with Scytec (booth #133240). Scytec’s DataXchange software pulls data directly from machines on the shop floor to improve VERICUT’s simulation and verify that setup information matches prior to running a part for the first time.

“We see the huge gains that companies make when they embrace the concept of using machine data as part of their daily routine,” says Josh Davids, president of Scytec. “Combining machine connectivity and data with VERICUT truly brings the value of machine monitoring and digital twin technology to a new level, which is unmatched in the manufacturing industry.”

CGTech is also partnering with ICAM to offer a bundle on ICAM’s adaptive post-processor with a VERICUT machine configuration (VMC), so that customers can use and protect their machines faster and at a reduced cost.

CGTech Director of Product Management Gene Granata, will be speaking at IMTS on Monday, September 12 at 11a.m. in room W193-A. The presentation, Facing the Machinist Shortage: Adopting Technology to Fill the Experience Gap and Do More with Less, addresses the machinist shortage shops are facing and how adopting advances in technology and software can bridge the growing experience gap.