AdvaNum NC Verification allows you to simulate and debug CNC programs written in standard Fanuc-compatible G-code before running them on a real machine tool. Simulation is performed by AdvaNum CNC Processor that is a kernel of the real CNC system, which provides you with a very close approximation of actual part machining process ( click here for complete list of supported G-codes ). You can inspect the resulted tool path, see realistic solid model of the machined workpiece and check CNC system status and variable values at any stage of the simulation process.
Using tool-path graphics simulation you can inspect all movements of tool in the program.
You can use different colors for moved at different Z-levels and and also enable tool path width
Simultaneously you can see important information about current CNC system status such as current tool position, feed rate, spindle speed, modal G-codes and much more.
To see a realistic picture of your workpiece, simply enable display of solid model. You can
simulate the whole machining process and watch animation of cutting tool removing the workpiece
AdvaNum Graphical Indication allows displaying up to 4 views simultaneously enabling you to see the workpiece from different view points in one indication window at the same time.
CNC programs can be simulated in step-by-step using full scale G-code debugger. You can use
breakpoints to stop program simulation at specific program lines, set watches to inspect variable
values and step into execution of macro-programs.
Simultaneously you can see the tool path resulted from the program execution in AdvaNum Graphical Indication window.
All CNC system status information is also available for you at any point of program simulation or debugging.
AdvaNum NC Verification comes with a comprehensive CNC program editor, which offers you many standard and specialized editing features. Along with many text editing and search functions you can automatically add and remove block numbers, edit your programs in visual manner using Language Wizard and optimize program cutting conditions (feed rate/spindle speed ratio) with Cutting Wizard. Click here for more information about Program Editor features.