Machine Configuration allows to import and configure tools and machines.
• Easy to learn
• Many options even above the needs of the majority of users
• Does not take up large system resources
• Live updating
• Low cost nesting compared to Metalix competition
Jaime Martínez, Inspector, DHJ2 Construcciones Metálicas, S.L., Spain
MBend provides roughly 200 pre-configured machine models out of the box. If your specific model is not in the list, you can easily modify an existing machine to match yours.
You can also add a machine in MBend to those already available for simulation. A built-in wizard guides you in the process of configuring a new machine, including assigning the tools, whether from imported definitions, existing definitions in MBend, or manual configuration.
There are three ways to add a new set of definitions:
• Define all the parametric measurements.
• Import an IGES file.
• Import machine and tool parameters from another PC running MBend.
Defining a parametric frame is just a matter of measuring the machine and entering the relevant information in the template.