MachineWorks announced that its development software now includes support for mobile operating devices for the first time with the release of MachineWorks v7.3.
MachineWorks v7.3 also introduces a wide new range of optimizations, the company says. The new release includes improvements to single-threaded performance and multithreaded performance. As a result, parts such as complex 3-axis die-mold jobs can now be simulated and verified in reduced times, often running as much as three times faster on single core hardware, the company says.
"MachineWorks has developed an intelligent multithreading strategy that makes performance even more efficient," said Mike Nicholson, sales director at MachineWorks. "In the new v7.3, multithreading reaches another level, particularly when carrying out massive numbers of cuts so, even when using multiple threads, the engine might decide that a cut would be quicker if done using a single thread and will do so."
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