NC Drawing Editor is a purpose built CAD-like software program,
for high speed production of line drawings.
FastCAM® NC Drawing Editor has been specifically developed for
reproduction (takeoff) of traditional drawings suitable for Processing
& Nesting, via NC controlled, two dimensional cutting equipment.
The FastCAM® NC Drawing Editor has been designed
so that most functions are intuitively obvious, thereby making the
Learning Curve extremely small. Engineers, Draftsman & Tradesman,
will find the system both Powerful and Simple to use. All FastCAM®
functions are specifically useful for Metal Processing & Profiling.
Where drawing information exists electronically, FastCAM
has an extremely Powerful CAD interface.
drawing system and post processor - No need for External
File Input - including DXF, IGES & DSTV file formats.
Clean - Automatic removal, of redundant and duplicate entities.
Compress - Automatic Entity reduction and fairing to produce
optimal NC Code.
- Paths Single or Nested parts, including Direction, Kerf,
Entries/Exits, Sequencing, Hole Avoidance & Tabs
- Positive/Negative Bridging, for Large Time & Cost
Repeat Drawing Functions
Zoom & Pan
all additional machine processes including, marking, text
marking, drilling, multiple torches, multi-torch nesting,
multi pass single torch bevel cutting and more.
Supports up to 22 controller and machine combinations including:
LYNX, WESTINGHOUSE, CIGWELD, ESAB AUTOPATH, ESAB COMPUPATH,
PICOPATH, CREONICS, HANCOCK MINC, FANUC, C & G, PCS,
KOIKE SANSO, TANAKA, MESSER, FAGOR, FARLEY, ANCA, SIEMENS,
JHE, HYBRID, BURNY, MYNUC, SYSTEM32, PDF32, ..
The FastCAM® NC Drawing Editor is included with
FastCAM® NC SYSTEM products
The FastCAM® NC Drawing Editor is compatible with other FastCAM
products such as FastTRACK®, FastCOPY® and FastSHAPES®.
Don't have an NC Machine? Tradesman in a BoxTM includes a special
version of our FastCAM® Drawing Editor & FastSHAPES®
programs, which are geared entirely for the workshop that does not
have a CNC machine. Output is in printed format allowing the person
on the shop floor to layout from a list of co-ordinates.