3rd September 2014
Webinar focuses on how STRUMIS interacts with Hypertherm’s ProNest software.
Join our experts on 23rd September, 2014 to understand how this seamless integration between the two systems can enable you to reduce waste and maximise material efficiency.
The integration allows for nesting of non-linear items in ProNest directly from within STRUMIS.
Users will first choose the items they wish to nest from within STRUMIS Nesting and Ordering module. Once this selection has been made and accepted, ProNest will automatically open and nest the required parts, then crop the remaining plate for archiving back to inventory, if desired.
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STRUMIS is an all-encompassing steel fabrication management information system that harnesses the information flow and work processes through the steelwork contract between departments, suppliers and clients; from estimate tendering, through procurement and production and into construction. STRUMIS steel fabrication management software is for engineering and fabrication companies looking to implement a dedicated fabrication management information system to manage across a workshop and all departments including multiple sites, or even across supply chains.
ProNest is an industry leading CAD/CAM nesting software for advanced mechanized cutting. It provides a single solution for all of your profile cutting needs, including plasma, laser, waterjet, and oxyfuel. It is specifically designed to help fabricators and manufacturers increase material savings, boost productivity, lower operating costs, and improve part quality. Brought to you by the cutting experts at Hypertherm, ProNest allows you to leverage breakthrough cutting technologies like True Hole® and Rapid Part™, which are delivered automatically without operator intervention, and True Bevel™ which greatly reduces bevel set up time. Additionally, ProNest does more than any other nesting software to automatically embed cut process expertise into the NC code, making it surprisingly easy to learn and use.