JETCAM offers the standalone CAD Splitter free to customers

JETCAM has announced that its CAD Splitter software is now available as a free standalone application for all customers with an active maintenance contract.

Previously only available as part of JETCAM Orders Controller (JOC) Premium, the CAD Splitter delivers enhanced operational capabilities to all JETCAM Expert users.

“Our customers are constantly looking for ways to optimise their processes and increase productivity,” said Martin Bailey, general manager at JETCAM. “By making the CAD Splitter readily available at no additional cost, we’re supporting our customers to work smarter and faster, maximising their return on investment in JETCAM solutions.”

The CAD Splitter provides a rapid mechanism for splitting single DXF files - containing a nest or several geometries - into separate component files. The software enables quick expansions and individual file creations that are ready for import and tooling within JETCAM Expert.

Configured for adaptability, the CAD Splitter offers unlimited configuration profiles. This lets users tailor parameters for each distinct DXF source file, such as the ability to hide specific layers or rename the outputted DXF files. Saved settings can correspond to each individual's requirements.

Some of the benefits of the CAD Splitter tool include the ability to specify layer information, control over output file properties, and immediate graphical representations of both nests and individual split DXFs. All these features provide users with an elevated level of control and management over output properties. The software is designed to streamline workflows and simplify usability.

The JETCAM CAD Splitter is available free of charge for all JETCAM Expert users with a current maintenance contract. Customers can download it immediately from the JETCAM Download Wizard.



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