November 5, 2012 - JETCAM today unveiled its new corporate identity, along with new versions of two key product lines. A new website with updated product literature has also been released.
JETCAM’s flagship CADCAM and nesting product, JETCAM Expert received several major updates, including a new ‘material alias’ feature to simplify the storage and categorisation of materials.
JETCAM Orders Controller, which provides remote part and assembly order management for JETCAM Expert, receives a complete rewrite for its Lite version. JOC Lite II is now extremely easy to install, drawing all of its core settings from JETCAM Expert. Users can be up and running in a matter of minutes, and the software ships with tutorial videos, each covering specific feature. This allows users to get up to speed with little or no additional training required.
Martin Bailey, General Manager of JETCAM International s.a.r.l. commented; “JETCAM has come a long way since its foundation 26 years ago. We now have customers in over 80 countries, with products spanning several industries. We have been investing heavily in development, particularly with sheet metal punching technologies, and the fruits of this are now becoming visible. The reboot of the brand coincides well with this.”
Existing customers under maintenance will be able to download both products free of charge from 14th November from the JETCAM Download Wizard.
About JETCAM International s.a.r.l.
JETCAM International has been developing and distributing its JETCAM Expert range of CADCAM software for the sheet metal and composite cutting industries since 1986. In use in over 80 countries worldwide, JETCAM Expert software supports virtually every CNC punching, laser, plasma, routing, waterjet and flatbed cutting machine available today, allowing users to program any combination of CNC machines with a single CAM system. The software has received various accolades and awards due to its high level of automation and fast return on investment.
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