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Punch/Laser Nesting and Post-processing

Punch/Laser Nesting and Post-processing

Punch/Laser Nesting and Post-processing

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Hello all,

New to the forums & requesting some advice on the softwares available for nesting/post-processing.  We are a contract manufacturer and currently have (2) 4000watt lasers, (1) tube laser & (2) punch presses.  All Trumpf except for the tube laser (Mazak).

We don't need new software, but we would like to supplement our current software with something that could easily be ran on the floor by machine operators.  Our bead & butter is contract work, so once a nest is built, we use it over & over.  It is the small "onesy twosy" parts that we are looking to be able to process from the floor.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!  TIA!

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