Eureka provides more than just simulation. It analyzes machining results under many scenarios to detect and remove mistakes, reduce production time, while providing machining process reports and time summary sheets. Potential errors such as collisions, over travels and gouging, can be detected ahead of time on your PC.
Eureka simulates the actual G-Code to be sent to the machine, regardless of how it was created (manually or post processed from a CAD system). With no additional customization, it emulates all of the most popular CNC controls, including Fanuc, Siemens, Heidenhain, Haas, Fagor, Okuma, MoriSeiki, Mazak, Fidia, Selca, Osai, Num and more. Material removal is simulated in real-time, verifying errors like rapid motion contacts and collisions with the design model and fixtures.
Dimensional analysis on the machined stock. Easily measure diameters, thickness and distances. Comparisons between machined stock and CAD design model. Identify gouges and excess material in 3D to enable analysis from any point of view. Export the machined stock as a high-quality 3D file compatible with any CAD system. Standard and/or user defined reports in PDF or Excel formats. Use reports to prepare quotes or optimize the machining process.
Simulation of multi-channel, mill-turn machines.
Powerful integrated editor to make real-time modifications of the G-code directly in Eureka, then simulate again without restarting the process.
Material removal simulation.
Additive and hybrid simulation.
Simulation of tool change, head change and pallet change.
Cutting condition analysis.
Emulation of all control functionalities:
G codes and M functions.
Tool radius and length compensation.
Drilling cycles, multiple cycles.
Real-time collision detection between all machine parts, stocks and fixtures.
Interactive and automatic tools to insert or modify approach and retract movements between operations.
Emulation of probing routines.
Tool length optimization feature to calculate the minimum tool length for preventing collisions.
Real-time visualization of coordinate systems and tool reference points.
Verification of over-travel limits JOG and MDI functionalities.