“We are proud to support our customers’ relentless need to innovate in next generation machining processes. With the adoption of agile development methodologies, we have increased the speed of value creation for our clients with 6 releases over the past 18 months, ”says Kerry Marusich, CEO of TWS
MILAN, Italy (PRWEB)
06 October 2021
Third Wave Systems, a leading provider of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) -based machining modeling, will demonstrate the availability of user-defined kinematics to enable the modeling of sophisticated and less understood processes such as as power sawing, bar peeling, turning tool turning and more, as well as other innovations, at EMO Milan from October 4 to 9.
The bevelling process provides greater flexibility with the ability to use general purpose milling machines for bevelling processes. This flexibility has made powerskiving a process of choice for advanced electric vehicle transmissions, and Third Wave Systems is meeting that demand. “We are proud to support our customers’ relentless need to innovate in next generation machining processes. Through the adoption of agile development methodologies, we have accelerated value creation for our customers with 6 releases over the past 18 months, ”said Kerry Marusich, CEO of TWS.
Machining modeling is of critical importance to these processes due to the complex engagement of the cutting edge and the workpiece. The sophisticated nature makes it difficult to measure forces and study tool wear and chip evacuation traditionally used to improve machining processes. The information provided by AdvantEdge, the industry’s premier machining modeling software, aims to prevent chip re-cutting by controlling chip flow, identifying the exact engagement between tool and workpiece at all times, and are essential to accelerate the design of the tool and the process.
Marusich says: “In addition to advancements in machining modeling, we have made computational improvements of over 40%, enabling our users to solve larger and more sophisticated processes, such as power skiving. We look forward to demonstrating all of these advancements at EMO.
Third Wave Systems (http://www.thirdwavesys.com) develops and sells leading material-based modeling software and services for machining solutions. Innovative manufacturing companies are implementing these solutions to dramatically reduce the costs of machined components, accelerate design cycles, improve part quality, and accelerate time to market.
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