You don't really learn g code without simulating it do you?
Whether you have a mill or a lathe, Cutviewer shows you exactly what your part will look like. Hytech CNC Trainer machines are developed in collaboration with CutViewer. Whichever program is simulated on CutViewer software, will definitely work on Hytech CNC Machines. Hytech Automation are exclusive distributors for CutViewer software in India. CutViewer is the best solution to learn CNC programming. Cutviewer turn cnc simulator offered by us since 1990 with technical and professional supports.
How many students are actually familiar with NC codes
Most of the students are not aware about Fanuc and Siemens cycles which are most commonly used in industrial sector. You don’t really have to purchase a Siemens or Fanuc controller to understand their specific cycles. CutViewer can simulate each and every cycle for Fanuc, Siemens, Traub and Heidenhain controllers which are most widely used in Indian industrial sector.
Full 3D Simulation, not just a toolpath viewer
There are lots of “CNC Simulators” out there that don’t simulate anything- they just show you the toolpath. Your CAM program can show you the toolpath but you need to see what the finished part is going to look like. Cutviewer shows you a full 3D simulation of the finished part based on the toolpath, the stock you define, and the cutters you’re using.
Collision detection prevents catastrophes
Cutviewer detects any part of the toolpath where the shaft of the cutter touches the stock during a cutting move or any part of the tool touching the stock during a rapid movement.
Works with Mills and Lathes
Cutviewer comes in two versions, Cutviewer Mill for milling machines, and Cutviewer Turn for lathes. Both versions feature the same 3D simulation of your finished part and real-time g code editing.
Compare the finished part to the original 3D File
Once your toolpath is done simulating, you’ll be able to load an STL file and let Cutviewer show you how far the finished part is from the original design.
Use any kind of tool
Don’t be limited by the kinds of tools that can be used for the simulation:
…and any of them can be tapered.
Built-in gcode editor
If you find any errors in your gocde there’s no need to open it up in an external editor to make changes. You can edit the code directly in Cutviewer and then redo the simulation to see the results.
Measure the Finished part without having to cut a thing
Not sure if the finished part will be dimensionally accurate? Cutviewer lets you take measurements from the simulated stock.
Take linear measurements
Take angular measurements
Look at cross-section curves
Measure the volume of the finished part
The best way to learn CNC machining
The key to learning gcode quickly is practice- the more gcode you can run, the faster you’ll learn. Running gcode on a real machine isn’t an option, it takes too long and the risk to the machine is too high.
With Cutviewer, you’ll see the results of your CNC programs in seconds, with no material cost and with no risk of damage to your machine.
Reads all common g code formats
With the thousands of CNC machine types out there, there is more than one version of gcode too. Cutviewer reads the most common types:
Watch the toolpath cut or use ``Turbo`` mode to get the results immediately
Normal animated mode shows you the stock as it’s being cut. Pause any time, rewind to see anything again, or step through the gcode one line at a time. Watching the cut happen takes away suprises that can happen if you run the gcode on your mill first.
Turbo mode only shows you the end result, and it shows it to you very quickly.