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In need of new controller and cad cam software

In need of new controller and cad cam software

In need of new controller and cad cam software

Hey everyone. I am in desperate need of upgrading my aging laser system. I build architectural models and use a 100 watt laser to cut all my acrylic parts. The problem is that it runs off a DOS based software and it is really outdated. I would love to upgrade my controller and software but I haven't been able to find anyone who can help me. The system runs servo motors. Can anyone point me in the correct direction? Who sells simple software to just run a laser system? I would love a software that I can color code lines for laser intensity and group lines in the order I want them cut. Also something windows based would be great so I can organize jobs easier than I do in DOS. Who sells Laser cnc controllers?

I really appreciate any and all help that I can get. Thanks,

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