MachineWorks and Polygonica updates to be demonstrated at IMTS 2022

September 2, 2022

The MachineWorks 8.4 release contains a range of new functionality for optimising non-graphical verification of toolpaths (Courtesy MachineWorks). Read full story for Polygonica updates.
The MachineWorks 8.4 release contains a range of new functionality for optimising non-graphical verification of toolpaths (Courtesy MachineWorks)

MachineWorks Ltd, Sheffield, UK, will display the latest releases of the MachineWorks SDK for CNC Simulation and Polygonica mesh modelling SDK for Additive Manufacturing at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) 2022. The event will take place September 12–17 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, and MachineWorks will be located in its Additive Manufacturing area.

The MachineWorks 8.4 release contains a range of new functionality for optimising non-graphical verification of toolpaths, including computation of safe tool-holder profiles and faster collision calculations through collision-check buffering. More details can be found on the MachineWorks website.

Previews of the upcoming Polygonica 3.2 will also be available, including: deformation compensation for Additive Manufacturing, 3D Medial Axis (mid-surface) computation, and mesh-mesh registration for accurate alignment and preservation of small features during remeshing.

The MachineWorks and Polygonica teams will be available throughout the show, on stand 433029, for demonstrations and to discuss user requirements in detail. Those interested can also reach out to the company via its website or on LinkedIn to schedule a meeting.

Registration for IMTS is open here.

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