Flashcut CNC Announces New USB Signal Generator

Higher Speed, Smoother Cutting 

Deerfield, Ill. – April 5, 2007 Flashcut CNC, a leader in robust and affordable CNC controls and machinery, is announcing general availability of its USB Software and Signal Generator, capable of more than 60,000 steps per second for steppers and up to 100,000 steps per second for servo.

"We are very excited about the launch of our new USB product line. We have engineered a new architecture to be fully compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.0 platforms while at the same time stepping up the performance and features of our signal generator. ," said FlashCut co-founder Ron Worth.

Added Worth, “The new architecture and software paves the way for new and future features that our customers have been asking for such as 10X speed performance over our standard product as well as 5 axis simultaneous movement.”

The new USB signal generator is compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows XP, and boasts many additional features. According to Worth, Flashcut CNC has completed final testing of the USB Software and Signal Generator, and is now in general release.

Those interested in learning more about Flashcut’s USB Software and Signal Generator can obtain more information at www.flashcutcnc.com

About Flashcut CNC
FlashCut CNC, Inc. was started in 1993 in Silicon Valley by two Stanford Engineering graduate students determined provide robust, intuitive CNC controls and CNC machinery. The company has since expanded with its headquarters to Deerfield, IL with sales and development offices in Silicon Valley and Maryland. FlashCut is a leader in robust, affordable CNC controls and automated machinery, providing solutions to many thousands of customers including Fortune 500 companies,major universities, small machine shops and home hobbyists. For more information visit www.flashcutcnc.com or call them at 888-883-5274.



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