Roboris develops a complete software simulation suite

Roboris develops Eureka Virtual Machining, a complete software simulation suite that includes two main products: Eureka G-Code and Eureka Robot.

Eureka G-Code performs a complete simulation and verification of any G-code program. A realistic 3D simulation of the machine tool is also included.

The user interface is simple and intuitive, and allows also editing the program and simulating on the fly the result of the changes.

EurekaGCode helps to avoid risks of damaging expensive work pieces, breaking tools and fixtures or even crashing a CNC machine because of programming errors.

Eureka Robot converts APT or ISO code generated by any CAM system into a program for a 6 or more axes robot cell using a dedicated postprocessing module.

During the conversion process EurekaRobot calculates the optimal movements of the robots and of the external axes simulating all aspects of the machining.

The software detects problems like singularities, collisions, out of limits and offers powerful, easy to use tools to overcome them.

At Mecspe 2018 Eureka 8.5 will be on display, with many additions and  enhancements. Among them, an innovative solution for Additive and Hybrid Manufacturing: Eureka Additive.

  • Easy to use. No special skills required. Fully automatic: from the 3D model (STL) to the NC Program.
  • Slicing and 5-axis toolpaths combined: no supports required and collisions avoided.
  • Supports any additive technology:
    • Laser Powder Deposition
    • Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (MIG)
    • Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (TIG)
    • Laser Wire Deposition
    • Fused Deposition Modeling
  • Supports any kinematics (CNC machine or robot).
  • Optional automatic layer-by-layer SWARF milling.
  • Easily manages hollow objects, by creating the minimal number of supports between the outside and inside surfaces, thus allowing printing of ‘empty” parts.
  • Problems related to thermal stress are considered. An optimized air cooling method prevents overheating and undesired rapid cooling of the material.
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