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Collision Check - machine

Course participants will use virtual machines to learn how to plan, check and optimize manufacturing processes. After completing the course, they will be able to determine optimum setup positions, realistically simulate NC programs with complete collision checking of all machine components including limit switch monitoring, make subsequent adjustments to setup position, head orientation and machining sequence and exchange or edit tools.
All trainings are offered in German. English trainings are available on request.


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