DP Technology Corp.<br /><ul><li> Founded in 1982
28 years Experience in CNC and CAM    	software
 Managed by Founders
120 Employees and growing</li></li></ul><li>Worldwide Presence<br />Over 200 resellers worldwide in more than 50 countries...
ESPRIT Customers<br />
ESPRIT 2011 <br />Full-spectrum CAM for Power, Utility, Oil, and Gas Engineering<br />2 to 5-axis milling <br />Including ...
ESPRIT Impeller Cycle<br />Support for impellers with or without splitter blades<br />Roughing and finishing<br />Parametr...
New Developments in Impeller/Blisk Machining<br />Rolling edge support<br />improves the tool path quality at the trailing...
New Developments in Impeller/Blisk Machining<br />Trochoidal Channel Roughing<br />tool moves along a circular path that c...
Blade Machining<br />Blade roughing accomplished by 3+2 (cut in 3-axes, position in 2-axes) machining<br />Any possible co...
New Developments in Blade Machining<br />“Foil Surface” tool orientation<br />A robust algorithm for forward/cross angle c...
New Developments in Blade Machining<br />Acceleration Control<br />The tool axis rotation around the edges is anticipated/...
New Developments in Blade Machining<br />Pinch Milling<br />Lower turret leads the upper turret, cuts semi-finish<br />Upp...
Pinch Milling<br />Advantages<br />Semi-finish program cycle time is completely eliminated: cycle time reduction 35%<br />...
ESPRIT for Turning<br />Support for an unlimited number of turrets<br />Indexing turrets<br />“Swiss-style” gang tooling<b...
Turning – Shafts<br />Simulation<br />Eliminate dry runs at machine<br />Entire machining environment<br />Advanced tool p...
Turning – Large Part; Vertical or Horizontal<br />Simulation<br />Collision checking<br />Specialized attachments<br />Spe...
Turning – Large Part<br />
Generator Shaft - Grooving<br />Development of special cycles using API<br />Accurate simulation<br />Special tools<br />
Automation in ESPRIT<br />API – Application Programming Interface<br />Allows users to customize ESPRIT<br />Microsoft VBA...
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  2. 2. DP Technology Corp.<br /><ul><li> Founded in 1982
  3. 3. 28 years Experience in CNC and CAM software
  4. 4. Managed by Founders
  5. 5. 120 Employees and growing</li></li></ul><li>Worldwide Presence<br />Over 200 resellers worldwide in more than 50 countries<br />USA, European, and Asian headquarters<br />France, Germany, Japan, Italy, China<br />More than 15 languages<br />Italian, German, French, English, Chinese, Japanese, and more…<br />Direct employees in Asia<br />India, China, Japan<br />
  6. 6. ESPRIT Customers<br />
  7. 7. ESPRIT 2011 <br />Full-spectrum CAM for Power, Utility, Oil, and Gas Engineering<br />2 to 5-axis milling <br />Including over 30 5-axis simultaneous cycles<br />Dedicated impeller 5-axis machining cycle<br />Multiple axis turning<br />Unlimited number of turrets and spindles<br />Full C-axis and Y-axis mill-turn support<br />Multi-tasking/Mill-turn machining<br />B-axis mill-turn<br />
  8. 8. ESPRIT Impeller Cycle<br />Support for impellers with or without splitter blades<br />Roughing and finishing<br />Parametric and contour offset tool motion patterns<br />Taper tools support<br />Collision free tool path for impellers and blisks<br />
  9. 9. New Developments in Impeller/Blisk Machining<br />Rolling edge support<br />improves the tool path quality at the trailing and leading edges of the blades<br />Available for both roughing and finishing<br />Support for both impellers and blisks<br />
  10. 10. New Developments in Impeller/Blisk Machining<br />Trochoidal Channel Roughing<br />tool moves along a circular path that constantly adapts to the channel shape<br />allows machining of deep cavities with thin walls (blisks)<br />suitable for difficult-to-machine materials, like Titanium<br />can replace several phases of conventional machining<br />
  11. 11. Blade Machining<br />Blade roughing accomplished by 3+2 (cut in 3-axes, position in 2-axes) machining<br />Any possible combination of axes can be defined <br />Finishing accomplished using 5-axis cycle<br />Possible tool motion patters<br />4 possible tool orientations<br />In-line and cross angle settting<br />
  12. 12. New Developments in Blade Machining<br />“Foil Surface” tool orientation<br />A robust algorithm for forward/cross angle calculation<br />Eliminates large accelerations in the tool path<br />Allows programmers to use “less than perfect” CAD data without the need for healing the solid<br />Works especially around the themost critical zones (leading and trailing edges of the blade)<br />“bad CAD data”<br />red foil surface<br />
  13. 13. New Developments in Blade Machining<br />Acceleration Control<br />The tool axis rotation around the edges is anticipated/delayed in order to keep acceleration of the rotary axis constant<br />Without this control, the rotation of the tool around the blade edges causes a sharp angle in the tool-end trajectory (discontinuities) and a bad surface finish<br />The result of acceleration control is smooth tool movement with no jerking, producing a high-quality part surface<br />
  14. 14. New Developments in Blade Machining<br />Pinch Milling<br />Lower turret leads the upper turret, cuts semi-finish<br />Upper turret trails, cuts the finishing in 5-axes<br />
  15. 15. Pinch Milling<br />Advantages<br />Semi-finish program cycle time is completely eliminated: cycle time reduction 35%<br />Blade is stabilized during finishing and semi-finishing operations by the lower turret<br />Utilizes main and sub spindles to drive rotary axis – no twisting of airfoil<br />Part can be placed into “tension” using the sub spindle – better surface finish<br />
  16. 16. ESPRIT for Turning<br />Support for an unlimited number of turrets<br />Indexing turrets<br />“Swiss-style” gang tooling<br />Automatic tool changing “multi-tasking” style turrets<br />Support for an unlimited number of spindles<br />Tailstock and steady rest support<br />
  17. 17. Turning – Shafts<br />Simulation<br />Eliminate dry runs at machine<br />Entire machining environment<br />Advanced tool path control<br />Control of lead in – lead out<br />Many cycles – special grooving<br />Increase tool life<br />Accuracy of machining<br />Tool nose compensation control<br />
  18. 18. Turning – Large Part; Vertical or Horizontal<br />Simulation<br />Collision checking<br />Specialized attachments<br />Special machining cycles<br />
  19. 19. Turning – Large Part<br />
  20. 20. Generator Shaft - Grooving<br />Development of special cycles using API<br />Accurate simulation<br />Special tools<br />
  21. 21. Automation in ESPRIT<br />API – Application Programming Interface<br />Allows users to customize ESPRIT<br />Microsoft VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) is integrated into ESPRIT<br />Can be accessed from any programming environment that supports Microsoft’s Component Object Model (COM)<br />KBM – Knowledge Base Machining<br />Teach ESPRIT to program your parts<br />Control tooling, feeds and speeds, and operations<br />FX – Feature Exchange<br />Import manufacturing data directly from CAD file<br />
  22. 22. What are our customers saying about us?<br />ESPRIT by DP Technology provided all of the capabilities we were looking for.”<br />— Marc Pollok, MSI Products<br />“The real strength of ESPRIT lies in the tools that it provides to optimize the operation of a multifunction machine ...”<br />— Walter Lentz, Halliburton<br />“Only a few companies had software that could handle the mill-turn machines ... We selected ESPRIT primarily because of the flexibility of its postprocessor.”<br />— Tom Lawler, Fairfield Manufacturing<br />

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