Eureka Virtual Machining

Simulation Software for CNC Machines & Robots

Eureka, powered by Roboris, simulates, analyses and optimises milling and turning machinings, processing the same program that runs on the real machine. Potential errors such as collisions, out of limits and gouges on the machined part can be easily detected on your PC.

Eureka allows you to build all types of kinematics, in an easy way and supports any kind of numerically controlled machine: from 3 axis milling machines up to mill turning machines without any limit on the number of axes.
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Eureka performs a complete 3D-simulation of machine tools through a simple and intuitive graphical interface, starting from the G-code. Eureka helps to avoid risks of damaging expensive work pieces, breaking tools and fixtures or even crashing a CNC machine because of programming errors.

Thanks to the possibility of customizations at any level many important manufactures have chosen Eureka as their own verification software and as a solution for their customers. Eureka supports any kind of machine and any controller on the market like: Heidenhain, Fanuc, Siemens, Num, OSAI, Z32, Fidia, Selca. Other controllers can be easily integrated on demand

Key Features

Production

Simulation of multiple workpieces, multiple pallets and multiple origins machining,including tool changes and piece probing cycles.

Eureka Virtual Machining - Production

Multi-Channel Mill-Turn Machines

Simulation of multi-channel mill-turn machines running independent, synchronized or continuous 5 axes routines.
Eureka Virtual Machining - Multi-channel mill-turn machines

Results Analysis

Analyzes and compares the digital model with the machined stock, highlighting areas below or over tolerance
Eureka Virtual Machining - Results Analysis

Optimization

Analyzes the machining result to remove mistakes, decreases the production time and allows to generate time summary reports
Eureka Virtual Machining - Optimisation

Training & Education

Eureka is a useful tool for the training of new personnel and for teaching ISO programming when no actual machines are available
Eureka Virtual Machining - Training & Education
Eureka has been leading the robot milling applications arena for many years. Eureka makes it possible to create models and artistic objects combining the flexibility of a 6 axes industrial robot with the reliable technology of a CNC machining centre.

Eureka converts APT or ISO code generated by a CAM system into a program for a 6 or more axes robot cell using a dedicated post processing module. During the conversion process Eureka calculates the optimal movements of the robots and of the external axes simulating all aspects of the machining.

The software detects problems like singularities, collisions, out of limits and it offers powerful, easy to use tools to overcome them. Collisions are computed taking into account all the parts including the machined stock. The 64 bit version allows very fast processing of files of unlimited size.

Key Features

CAD/CAM Programming

Use your own 3D CAM system model to create and customize the tool paths as you wish
Eureka Virtual Machining - CADCAM Programming

Process any CAM Toolpath

Use your favourite CAM System. No limits on program size. Millions of points arewell supported using 64bit technology
Eureka Virtual Machining - CAM toolpath

Collision Detection Material Removal

The realtime material removal simulation enables a full collision detection with the machined stock
Eureka Virtual Machining - Collision Detection Material Removal
Webcasts Our technical team have put together a variety of pre-recorded short webcasts intended to give you an overview of particular features, functions and benefits within the software, either at a product level or within a particular industry sector. We’re adding to these on a frequent basis so check back regularly to see what’s new. Webinars If you like a more interactive demonstration where you can ask questions of the presenter, but don’t have the time to physically attend one of our demonstrations then why not register for one of our weekly webinars. A full schedule is maintained here on the website. Why not register with us to be kept up to date on new webinars added to the schedule. Request a trial We know that when making a purchase decision for a key piece of software of this kind you need to know that it’s going to be the right choice for the company. To ensure you’re making the right choice we offer a free trial of SOLIDWORKS for a limited period. Complete the form to register and one of our team will call you shortly to arrange your free trial. Request a demo Want to find out more about just how SOLIDWORKS or one of its partner products is right for your company’s needs then why not book a demonstration with us. Many of our technical team have industry experience that means they understand exactly what you need to achieve when using the software. Book a demo with us today. Attend a local event Like to hear what your peers think about SOLIDWORKS or hear how they are using it to resolve any issues they have? Or do you simply want to come along to see the software in action, have the chance to ask questions and hear what others are asking. Take a look at our event schedule to find one in your area. We’re constantly adding to this so check back regularly.
Eureka performs a complete 3D-simulation of machine tools through a simple and intuitive graphical interface, starting from the G-code. Eureka helps to avoid risks of damaging expensive work pieces, breaking tools and fixtures or even crashing a CNC machine because of programming errors.

Thanks to the possibility of customizations at any level many important manufactures have chosen Eureka as their own verification software and as a solution for their customers. Eureka supports any kind of machine and any controller on the market like: Heidenhain, Fanuc, Siemens, Num, OSAI, Z32, Fidia, Selca. Other controllers can be easily integrated on demand

Features

  • Production

    Simulation of multiple workpieces, multiple pallets and multiple origins machining,including tool changes and piece probing cycles.

  • Multi-Channel Mill-Turn Machines

    Simulation of multi-channel mill-turn machines running independent, synchronized or continuous 5 axes routines.
  • Results Analysis

    Analyzes and compares the digital model with the machined stock, highlighting areas below or over tolerance
  • Optimization

    Analyzes the machining result to remove mistakes, decreases the production time and allows to generate time summary reports
  • CAD/CAM Programming

    Use your own 3D CAM system model to create and customize the tool paths as you wish
Eureka has been leading the robot milling applications arena for many years. Eureka makes it possible to create models and artistic objects combining the flexibility of a 6 axes industrial robot with the reliable technology of a CNC machining centre.

Eureka converts APT or ISO code generated by a CAM system into a program for a 6 or more axes robot cell using a dedicated post processing module. During the conversion process Eureka calculates the optimal movements of the robots and of the external axes simulating all aspects of the machining.

The software detects problems like singularities, collisions, out of limits and it offers powerful, easy to use tools to overcome them. Collisions are computed taking into account all the parts including the machined stock. The 64 bit version allows very fast processing of files of unlimited size.

Features

  • CAD/CAM Programming

    Use your own 3D CAM system model to create and customize the tool paths as you wish
  • Process any CAM Toolpath

    Use your favourite CAM System. No limits on program size. Millions of points arewell supported using 64bit technology
  • Collision Detection Material Removal

    The realtime material removal simulation enables a full collision detection with the machined stock
Webcasts Our technical team have put together a variety of pre-recorded short webcasts intended to give you an overview of particular features, functions and benefits within the software, either at a product level or within a particular industry sector. We’re adding to these on a frequent basis so check back regularly to see what’s new. Webinars If you like a more interactive demonstration where you can ask questions of the presenter, but don’t have the time to physically attend one of our demonstrations then why not register for one of our weekly webinars. A full schedule is maintained here on the website. Why not register with us to be kept up to date on new webinars added to the schedule. Request a trial We know that when making a purchase decision for a key piece of software of this kind you need to know that it’s going to be the right choice for the company. To ensure you’re making the right choice we offer a free trial of SOLIDWORKS for a limited period. Complete the form to register and one of our team will call you shortly to arrange your free trial. Request a demo Want to find out more about just how SOLIDWORKS or one of its partner products is right for your company’s needs then why not book a demonstration with us. Many of our technical team have industry experience that means they understand exactly what you need to achieve when using the software. Book a demo with us today. Attend a local event Like to hear what your peers think about SOLIDWORKS or hear how they are using it to resolve any issues they have? Or do you simply want to come along to see the software in action, have the chance to ask questions and hear what others are asking. Take a look at our event schedule to find one in your area. We’re constantly adding to this so check back regularly.

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