MachineWorks’ customers can concentrate on what they do best and benefit from our innovative development.

We have a proven track record within the industry and leading players in different market sectors have chosen MachineWorks as their preferred simulation solution.

Our customers have created an incredible breadth of applications using MachineWorks libraries.

CNC machine and controller manufacturer FIDIA, has embedded MachineWorks' libraries in Vi-Mill to create an anti-crash system with a look-ahead function. It allows a visual check of any possible collisions between tool, machine and stock in both manual and automatic modes of operation.


Powerful CAM system, Esprit, uses MachineWorks kinematics to provide full machine simulation and verification on complex mill-turn machining operations. Real-time simulation and comprehensive collision detection ensure that even the most complex of parts will be machined correctly the first time.


Edgecam - CAM system Edgecam for Vero Software is using MachineWorks engines in its mill-turn simulation to offer a full kinematic simulation package. The simulator also offers full collision detection, including many display options which allows the user full control over every aspect of the simulation. Comparison functions show if the part is machined as expected before outputting to the machine tool.


PEPS wire cutting uses MachineWorks' technology to deliver True Machine-Kinematics Simulation. This allows the user to visualise the material being removed and to check for possible collisions and undercuts. PEPS offers the necessary functionality for all machining tasks including the drive of rotary axis and handling systems. The multi-axis wire cutting module controls positioning and sychronisation with rotating workpieces.


CAM system from the Delcam family, FeatureCAM, integrated MachineWorks' APIs in 2001 to provide complete simulation of the machine tool environment including complex multi-axis. It also identifies collisions between the machine components, spindle, holder, tooling and part stock avoiding costly mistakes.


Blog (icon) Blog

  • Cloud-based MachineWorks Simulation to be shown at IMTS 2018 Posted by Cristina Sesma | Aug 28, 2018 Cloud-based MachineWorks Simulation to be shown at IMTS 2018
    MachineWorks Ltd will be demonstrating their simulation software running on a remote server and displayed on multiple mobile devices during the 6-day International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) held in Chicago at McCormick Center, from the 10th to 15th of September.
  • MachineWorks Technical Team Continues to Grow Posted by Ellis Greengrass | Jul 18, 2018 MachineWorks Technical Team Continues to Grow
    The MachineWorks technical team has been growing over the last few months, with 4 new positions filled across Development, Support and Quality Assurance.
  • Polygonica to Showcase New Polygonal Modelling Capabilities at RAPID + TCT Posted by Cristina Sesma | Apr 12, 2018 Polygonica to Showcase New Polygonal Modelling Capabilities at RAPID + TCT
    MachineWorks will be exhibiting at the RAPID + TCT event in Fort Worth and displaying a sneaky preview of the upcoming Polygonica release on booth 2037 from the 24-26 of April.
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Event (icon) Upcoming Events

  • IMTS 2018 IMTS 2018
    Sep 10 - 15, 2018, Stand - 133327, East Building Level 3, Controls & CAD-CAM
    Chicago, USA
  • TCT SHOW 2018 TCT SHOW 2018
    Sep 25 - 27, 2018, Stand - R36
    Birmingham, UK
  • formnext 2018 formnext 2018
    Nov 13 - 16, 2018, Stand - E90, Hall 3.1
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