“To utilise the available manufacturing resources more efficiently and to bring our innovative machining processes to life, we need to ensure optimal and successful application of the cutting technology. ModuleWorks is the recognized expert in this field and we’re excited to have them on board as a partner”, explains Marko Stugbäck, software manager for Digital Machining Business at Sandvik Coromant. “ModuleWorks’ unique position as a component provider with a big reach in the global manufacturing industry makes them a highly valuable partner in our mission to share our innovations with the market faster by making them available as native CAM-strategies for any CAM solution.”

Sandvik Coromant’s patented PrimeTurning methodology that increases efficiency and productivity by providing turning in all directions has already benefited from Moduleworks’ efforts, who developed toolpath algorithms and an easy-to-use parameterisation programming interface, which are available in CoroPlus ToolPath.

ModuleWorks partners can purchase an API allowing the integration of PrimeTurning technology into CADCAM software solutions.

Says Yavuz Murtezaoglu, managing director of ModuleWorks: “We’re delighted to work together with Sandvik Coromant and to see how our software components are helping to open new machining possibilities. New tooling concepts need optimised toolpath cycles to successfully transfer the applied innovation from the lab to the production environment where it adds true value by turning classical applications into new, improved and more cost-effective production processes. We look forward to a continued and successful cooperation and to supporting Sandvik Coromant with their future innovations.”