DP Technology offers post processors created with machine tool builders, resulting in accurate and efficient G-code, and reduced cycle times.
Test new programs in ESPRIT’s virtual machine while your real machine cuts parts!
ESPRIT delivers a fresh, out-of-the-box approach to solving the issues that arise with programming complex multitasking machines, such as the writing of the machine-specific post processors and machine definition. Imagine programming your multitasking machine with a complete, pre-configured solution— developed in cooperation with the machine tool builders and tested extensively at the factory level. ESPRIT’s mill-turn prowess is the ultimate result of a collaboration with machine builders and DP’s focused software development for this specific class of mach
ESPRIT is easy to use for quick jobs, but packed with power to handle even the most complex jobs.
In seconds, ESPRIT will convert your program file into a custom formatted time study report you can use to accurately quote the job. And or use for shop floor documentation.
Using the advanced ProfitMilling technology, result in optimized utilization of engagement angle, chip load, lateral cutter force, as well as machine acceleration.
ESPRIT Swiss delivers production quality G-Code programs for Swiss turning that are highly optimized to minimize cycle times, reduce remnant waste, and to preserve tool wear while maximizing part quality. Starting with a complete definition of the cutting tools and comprehensive / flexible machining cycles, tool path is quickly built from any 2D or 3D geometry, solids or surface model to accommodate any cutting requirements for complex Swiss-style CNC machines.
Built-in simulation and post processing round out a complete tool kit for programming any part on a Swiss lathe. View your parts as they would be machined on the lathe, all in one window and with one interface!
In seconds, ESPRIT will convert your program file into a custom formatted time study report you can use to accurately quote the job. You can also present this visual, easy-to-read information as a personalized report to the customer.
Machine shops must constantly balance the need for quality with the need to reduce cycle times. One solution to this challenge is a machine equipped with two opposing turrets. These machines allow pinch machining, where two tools cut simultaneously on either side of the workpiece.
ESPRIT makes it easy to synchronize turning operations and tool changes in the Operation Manager. Drag-and-drop technology can be used to quickly create a sync before or after an operation or before or after a tool change.
Synchronization across multiple channels from code block to code block.
ESPRIT’s virtual programming and full machine simulation/verification mimics the machine tool’s kinematics. This enables you to see exactly how the part will look on an exact machine model and to detect errors on the part, or any collision that could occur. The full machine simulation function allows you to simulate the machining of a part in a virtual reality environment on your computer, away from the shop floor.
ESPRIT’s virtual programming and full machine simulation/ verification allow you to program all milling/turning operations and verify them before putting them on the machine. This identifies problems up front while the machine is still running and making money. View your parts as they would be machined on the lathe, all in one window with one interface!
Citizen Cincom and DP Technology have collaborated technically in order to yield better production value and greater machining utilization. The result is a CAM solution that streamlines operations on the shop floor and simplifies the programming process. This is an ongoing parnership that continue to develop post processors and machining configurations within ESPRIT to support all of Citizen Cincom’s machine tools.
FMI-Hansa Medical Products of Madison, Alabama, provides innovative solutions to the most demanding of medical manufacturing challenges.
“For a long time, we were just typing in programs, but as the complexity of the parts started to grow with the company, we needed something that could program multi-tasking machines, and that was ESPRIT,” says David Green, a programmer and manufacturing engineer at FMI-Hansa. “We now have software that generates complex toolpath and can use existing geometry or surfaces to output correct code so that nothing has to be manually calculated.”