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‘DG Nest Pro’ SheetCAM module in cut simulation action:

 

 

 

“DG Nest Pro” SheetCAM module support aprox. 180 post processors (G-code dialects)!

 

-Plasma, laser, waterjet and oxy fuel cutting-

SheetCAM  module has many useful features for plasma, laser, waterjet and oxy-fuel cutting.

For machines that have full control over the Z axis you can program the pierce height and cut height directly. This is useful for machines running Mach3 for instance. SheetCAM module combined with Mach3 and a torch height controller from CandCNC for an unbeatable plasma cutting solution.

The tool definition allows you define all of the important parameters for cutting. You can define as many tools as you like for different materials etc.

Kerf width. Draw your part the size you want and let SheetCAM module work out where to run the torch.
Automatic cut ordering to ensure that inside contours are always cut before outside contours.
Oxy-fuel preheat time.
Pierce delay time.
Optional ramp piercing. Instead of plunging straight in, the cutter torch can ramp in, reducing the amount of material blown back into the torch. This increases consumable life and reduces faulty cuts due to blocked or obstructed nozzles

Once you have defined you tool you can set up the cut. SheetCAM module gives you many options to optimize cutting.

Here is an example part. SheetCAM module automatically works out the holes are inside so it reverses the cut direction for these features. The holes would also be cut first. As the small holes are too small to fit a full sized lead in and lead out, the leads are reduced in size to fit. To prevent corner rounding, the corners can be looped.

 

 

This is a full list of supported post processors:

AB tube cutter
Allen Bradley 8400
AllenBradley
AllenBradley2
Amada laser
Amada laser2
ANCA laser
ANCA2000
Anilam
Anilam2
Biesse Rover XNC
Biesse Rover
Biesse
Bosch CC100 router
Bosch CC100
BOSS5
Bridgeport 32dx
Bridgeport V2XT
Burny25 inc
Burny5 inc with plate marker
Camsoft plasma
Centroid
CutMaster_v3-1
Delta Tau waterjet
Denford PCNC
DeskCNC plasma
Dialog4
DXF
Dyna DM2100
Dyna DM2400
Dyna6KTHC
Dynapath conversational
Dynatorch no feed
Dynatorch router
Dynatorch
EasyCNC
EaziCNC plasma with THC
EaziCNC plasma
EMC -Laser post-plasma mod
EMC lathe
EMC plasma – laser
EMC plasma
EMC
Esab vision 1000
Esab vision 3pos
Esab vision 500
Esab vision
ESSI noarcs
ESSI
Excellon
Ez-Scribe5
EZ-Trac
Fagor 8025M MotionMaster Router
Fagor Router PAUL-FINAL-Z
Fagor Router
Fagor
Falcon
Farley Rapier
Flashcut plasma no Z
Flashcut plasma
FlashCut
Flow omax ord
Flow
Generic plasma with optional scriber
Gerber Sabre
HAAS TM-2P inc arcs
HAAS VF3 inc arcs
HAAS VF3
Heidenhain TNC150 conversational
Heidenhain TNC150
Heidenhain TNC530 conversational
Heidenhain
HPGL 3D
HPGL no arcs
HPGL
Hurco Ultimax
Hypertherm edge
Hypertherm Microedge
Innerlogic
Isel RG5996
Isel
IselV2
jetstream
Kinetic Touchcut
Klymit
Linde CM350
LinuxCNC THC
Mach tube cutter
Mach3 2 heads
Mach3 2D
Mach3 flame with THC – G31
Mach3 G42 experimental
Mach3 plasma no Z
Mach3 plasma pauses
Mach3 plasma Rutex
Mach3 plasma
Mach3 tangential 180
Mach3 tangential with 3 heads
Mach3 tangential
Mach3 THC with scriber
Mach3 XCZ
Mach3
MAHO MH 600
Mazak L32B
Microstep
Minimum G-code abs arcs
Minimum G-code no arcs
Minimum G-code non-modal
Minimum G-code
Mitsubishi laser
Motoman
MP1000-THC
Multicam
MyTMill
NC studio
NUM laser
NUM laser3
NUM plasma
OSAI plasma
pCut
Picopath inc
Plasma THC300 – G31 – corner slowdown
Plasma THC300 – G31 – lift for delay
Plasma THC300 – G31
Plasma THC300 forceheight
Plasma THC300 start marker
Plasma THC300 with scriber
Plasma THC300
Plasma with plate marker
PlasmaCam
Prototrak Edge
Quickstep plasma v2
Quickstep plasma
Quickstep
Roemtech
Roland CAMM3
RoutOut
Sentrol2 Plasma
Shopbot plasma
Shopbot reversed Z
Shopbot
Siemens laser
START
StartDrill
SteelTailor inc arcs
SteelTailor
TeknoThc 160V2
Thermwood 2 heads
Torchmate plasma THC
Torchmate plasma V2
Torchmate plasma
Tormach Inch RG-G
Trumpf L250
Trumpf TNG
TurboCNC non modal
TurboCNC V4 with G83
TurboCNC V4
TurboCNC
USB-CNC
USBCNC
WinCNC FL
WinCNC Plasma THC
WinCNC Plasma V3
WinCNC
Wingnc
Woodstep Ima
Xilog fixed exp
Zinser CNC920
Zinser

 


 

 

 

Closed “Duct Guardian” Beta Testing

Few days ago, our enthusiastic group went out in the wilderness for “Duct Guardian”
Software tryout.
One of the most renowned ventilation fitting manufacturer from Croatia “borrowed”
us CNC Plasma machine for an hour and results were exceptional for Beta product. (not that we were surprised)
Not a single “Bug” was spotted nor any crush-downs were present during Automatic and Manual
nesting operations; so from next week Beta will be presented to engineers worldwide. (fingers crossed)
 
On the pictures below we can see how CNC Plasma machine is cutting through 0.6mm metal sheet
with ease and extreme precision.
More updates will be available soon – inquiries about Beta launching, custom made plug-ins, prices
or anything related to product contact us  through contact form!

 

 

Efficiency of Automatic Nesting Preparation

In previous entry we explained of how big importance is Nesting option for companies that are focused
on :
– Time Saving
– Material Saving
– Precision
– Reliability of Software

Automatic Nesting preparation does not wary much from Manual Nesting ; but, there is one
significant improvement in this function – it is completely Automatic.
But what does this mean and is it really worth of switching ?
Yes, yes and absolutely yes !
It means that CNC machine operator is obliged only to press Start button at the beginning of cutting
operation, after that our “DG Nest Pro” Module will complete the whole process of Translation,
Rotation, Mirroring and Marking itself.
Still, this does not exclude Manual nesting from usage – the design process is completely under
operators control as he can switch back and forward between manual and automatic modes if his
experience and judgment are suggesting that some parts on the virtual table must be moved in a
different way.

Main technical advantages of Automatic Nesting :
– Combined cutting
– X-shape and V-shape edge split
– Cutting entry point
– Connectors on demand
– Optimal patterning of sheets without quality degradation

Here are few screenshots of Automatic Nesting in Action :

 

 

 

‘Duct Guardian’ – New Package Design !

Tangenta Ltd’s associate and professional 2D & 3D Designer Ante Susnjar created blistering new package for Duct Guardian Software.

 

This extremely cool package will be available for users and companies who are obliged to have original version in their offices or just love the feeling of software box under their fingers.
Duct Guardian is currently in Beta testing phase and final interface Make-Over , but our efforts should materialize in September with DEMO version available on our web site for tryout.
Potential buyers and interested parties are free to comment on our blog section and suggest what their businesses needs and expect most from CNC/CAD Softwares.
Your opinions are very important to us due to future development projects and custom made plug-ins !

 

Duct Guardian´s “Radius Offset” Fitting

For third post, Tangenta-Software will present you another fitting from Duct Guardian
“fitting palette”, and yes – this one will also be short and not understandable at all.

Funny thoughts aside – “Radius Offset” fitting is actually very interesting to engineers and CNC operators
due to his mathematical complexity and usability in various construction scenarios where random objects
are standing in a way of finishing the ventilation channel.

Mathematical complexity that we mentioned is consisted of combining prolonged connectors or different
angles and as every advanced feature – this one enables easier fitting manipulation and ventilation
placement.

Preview and fitting adjustments will be operated in OpenGL and for now we will mention this
two features :

– Preview of length, height and width in every possible combination
– Preview of “Outflank height” which is the most important characteristic of this fitting

Here are few screenshots of  “Radius Offset” in action :

 

How does ‘Duct Guardian’ help CNC Machine operator with ‘Rect Transition’ and ‘Square to Round’ fittings ?

How is ‘Duct Guardian’ helping CNC Machine operator with Rect Transition and Square to Round fittings?

In practice and by that means we think on terrain(field) work, contractor or operator usually have two options of fitting positioning.

First option is measurement from the border of fitting base which is located on wall side to the edge of the circle on wall side – but also there are cases where project demands different approach so they are measuring from the center of fitting base to the center of the top rectangle or circle.

Duct Guardian offers to it’s user both entry methods with simple point and click navigation and afterwards automatically calculates distance of opposite entry.

This option hugely shortens time of manual calculations and reducing calculation risk providing help to CNC machine operator in handling terrain requests in a more effective and productive way.

Here is picture example of text above :

 

 

 

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