Prima Power Laserdyne releases FastTrim CAD/CAM software for use with multi-axis precision laser processing systems

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Prima Power Laserdyne has released the FASTTRIM™ CAD/CAM software for use with its multi-axis precision laser processing systems. The FASTTRIM all-in-one software enables users to model parts, define process paths, define feature locations and build part fixtures. It allows posting a complete program for 2D and 3D laser welding, drilling and cutting applications.

In partnership with CENIT AG, Prima Power Laserdyne has a complete machine and CAD/CAM solution which meet customer requirements for applications in the aerospace, automotive, general manufacturing and medical device industries.

FASTTRIM supports the LASERDYNE® 795, LASERDYNE® 430 and LASERDYNE® 606D systems. Users can take full advantage of the capabilities within these systems including welding (with and without wire feed), percussion drilling, hole trepanning and cutting using QCW and CW lasers.

With over a dozen FASTTRIM laser processing benefits, these four stand out:

  • Full part simulation with collision detection allows the programmer to eliminate potential issues before sending the program to the manufacturing floor.
  • Auto programming functions to automatically program the part based on geometry of the model.
  • Supports up to 6 axes simultaneously.
  • Provides the ability to modify tool paths through sheet offset, cutter offsets and axis translations.

FASTTRIM software is now available for the LASERDYNE® 795, LASERDYNE® 606D, and LASERDYNE® 430 multi-axis precision laser processing systems. The software is also available to current Prima Power Laserdyne system users with the S94P controller.

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