Vero: Radan 2017

  • Wednesday, 19 April 2017 00:00

The Radan 2017’s automatic order style editor now shows graphically what the program is going to do, enabling users to home in on a particular operation to make changes. The program was previously a text-based system.

The process of updating information between Radbend and Radan 3D has also been automated. The foil cutting function has been extended to scrap, ensuring that where sheets are covered with a protective foil for laser cutting, clean cuts can be made for scrap, too.

It is now easier to create nest projects with a new template function. A new reporting engine also allows customisability in the content and design of user reports. Autotooling routines are also more efficient in placing tags, or microjoints, for common cutting.

APMEN Products, Apr 2017

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