MachineWorks offers a software development toolkit that is ideally suited for complex simulation, verification and clash detection for any type of CNC machining.

Our unique suite of geometric engines gives complete flexibility and seamless integration to the host application.

Benefits

  • The industry standard
  • Dynamic rotation and zooming
  • The most advanced modelling technology

True Solid Modelling

MachineWorks' toolkit is recognised as the industry standard for material removal and full machine simulation.

Our geometric engines provide incredibly fast and accurate analysis to help you detect collisions and gouges.

True Solid Modelling

Zoom and Rotate

The results with dynamic rotation and zooming are displayed from any angle of view during machining operations without further recalculation.

Zoom and Rotate

Material Removal

MachineWorks is the most advanced modelling technology available in the market and supports all types of CNC machining processes with any shape of tool and holder.

Material Removal

Advanced Graphics

MachineWorks supports wire-frame, hidden line removal, colour shading and transparency.

It also supports advanced features such as texture mapping, shadows, metallic effect rendering, mirror effect rendering and multiple texture application to a surface to create photorealism using OpenGL or DirectX rendering.

Advanced Graphics

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  • Polygonica 3D Modelling Software on display at formnext 2018 Posted by Cristina Sesma | Oct 24, 2018 Polygonica 3D Modelling Software on display at formnext 2018
    For over 20 years at MachineWorks we have been developing polygonal mesh solutions for 3D software developers who require solutions to complex geometric problems. MachineWorks APIs have been used by OEMs to gain quick access to market and to help them produce world-class applications.
  • 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.
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