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At each new version of Vintech RCAM are realized improvements and new functions leading to:

rules_icon-enDirect metal savings

The true shape nesting in Vintech RCAM v7 significantly decreases and optimizes the expanses of metal.

For factories that programming and cutting 100 tones metal per month with true shape nesting, each 1% metal savings leads to saving at least 800 EUR per month.

Vintech RCAM allows nesting over usable remnants.

After integration of Vintech RCAM v7 is achieved metal savings between 5 and 30% and decreasing to minimum of the number of the usable remnants in the workshop.

rules_icon-en Time savings for the production preparation

Increasing in the technologist productivity allows the technical preparation of production with true shape nesting to be done with less qualified experts.

Modern high performance machines place one very important requirement for the CAM system performance :  A single nesting layout has to be generated for a time shorter than its processed time. Otherwise, the machine will stay waiting for the NC program "to come".

rules_icon-en Increasing the productivity

VINTECH continuously improves functions for common cuts, avoiding collisions, working with bridges. These methods decrease the length of the cutting moves, the number of piercings and time for lifting the torch and then lowering it in piercing position.

- The usage of common cuts, wherever is possible, leads to 15% reduction of the machine time;

- The improved work with bridges and usable remnants can save up to 10% of the single time , allowing quick removal of the parts and the cutting remnant of the machine table.

rules_icon-en Nesting "just in time"

Using Vintech RCAM v7 You can perform express offering by orders as well as preparation for production . Now the offering of true shape nesting is performed for minimum time and the preparation for production is shifted maximally close to the actual production.

In result it is possible:

- merging parts from different orders over single nesting layout (grouping by design-organizational principles),

- nesting over available in the workshop plates and usable remnants.