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When using VNCK for simulation in NX is it possible to use or import an NC file from another CAM system?

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Accepted by NXManufacturing (Community Manager)
‎08-26-2015 04:32 AM

The Machine Simulation in NX can be set up as G-code driv...

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The Machine Simulation in NX can be set up as G-code driven simulation, which means that it takes as input the posted code that will actually go to the machine tool.  So yes, G code from any CAM system can be used to drive the Simulation in NX CAM. 

 

The Virtual NC Kernal (VNCK) is a particular optional component of Machine Simulation, with which it is possible to plug in the actual Sinumerik controller software as a black box machine driver.  Machine tool builders sometimes use this capability to create very accurate simulations, even including the Controller interface.  VNCK is not required for G code-driven machine tool simulation and is not typically used by most customers.  It is typically used by machine tool builders, as described.

Derek Hart
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Re: The Machine Simulation in NX can be set up as G-code driv...

Is it possible for the end user to get the VNCK from the machine and then apply it to ISV in NX?

-Danny

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