Roboris and MCM show Deburring Application at EMO 2015


Oct 2, 2015 -- Roboris Srl, developer of Eureka Virtual Machining, an innovative software application for simulating CNC machine tools and programming robots, and MCM Spa, leading company in designing and manufacturing machining centers, flexible automation systems and customized manufacturing processes, are pleased to present the result of a joint development at EMO 2015 in Milan, Italy.

At the MCM booth at EMO (Hall 5, Booth D05) a Deburring Application powered by Eureka, especially optimized for MCM will be on display. Visitors will have the opportunity to see side by side both the actual robot performing the deburring process on a workpiece,  and the simulation on a computer screen of the same operations on the same workpiece.

The deburring toolpath is completely programmed off-line using Eureka Virtual Machining, customized in order to achieve the maximum productivity of the MCM robotic cell. Intuitive and easy to use tools are provided to create the toolpath directly on the 3D model of the workpiece.

Several different deburring operations are allowed, together with brushing and custom ones (like marking). All necessary parameters are taken into consideration, including the ones managed by MCM via JFMX. At the end the toolpath is translated into the robot language and simulated in order to rule out any collisions, singularities or overruns.

About Roboris Srl
Founded in 2001, Roboris is the developer of Eureka Virtual Machining, an innovative application for simulating CNC machine tools and programming robots. Eureka Virtual Machining includes two products: Eureka GCode for simulating CNC machines and EurekaRobot for simulating and programming robots. Eureka GCode performs accurate and realistic G-Code simulation and accurately emulates the most popular CNC controls.  EurekaRobot makes it possible to combine the flexibility of a 6-axis industrial robot with the reliable technology of a CNC machining center. All CAM systems are supported as well as the most popular robots on the market. For more information about Roboris, please visit

About MCM SpA
Established in 1978, the company has always stood out for its innovative vocation in developing integrated production systems. MCM range of 4-axis and 5-axis horizontal machining centers, from the  Clock, i.Tank and Jet Five series, up to the Multitasking solutions, is designed to ensure high performances in terms of speed, rigidity, precision and reliability.
MCM global philosophy provides great competitive advantages to its customers, such as to realize a global solution with just one partner, thanks to real and effective co-engineering operations and the possibility of combining different manufacturing processes within one system.
This integration is guaranteed by flexible automation elements and the management of MCM own supervising software, designed by the Software Development Dept. MCE.
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