MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – CIM-Tech.com will demonstrate its new Touch-N-Print application at the 2017 Woodworking Machinery and Supply Expo, at the International Centre near Toronto, November 2-4, in Booth 1426.
CIM-Tech's Touch-N-Print is a newly improved feature of Router-CIM 2018 software that transfers creations from design software to manufacturing routers. Touch-N-Print is an interactive labeling system that increases the efficiency of printing labels on one, two and three-dimensional parts created from Autocad, Autodesk Inventor, Solid Edge or Solidworks to any CNC manufacturing machine.
By displaying a nest in the Router-CIM Automation Suite, the new Touch-N-Print allows the user to print the unique and specific labels as they are needed. This on-demand label printing is done on a computer right next to the Router or can be installed on a Windows-based control in the Router.
“Using the touchscreen, you simply touch the part with your finger or mouse and the label will print immediately,” says Sheldon Prom CIM-Tech.com Application Engineer. “You can print one single-part label or an entire nest. Touch-N-Print is especially appreciated when the collection of parts is very large, and very similar, such as those needed for intricate furniture, airplane or boating parts.”
Touch-N-Print can also be customized with any graphics and is compatible with Dymo and Zebra printers for quick label printing.
Established in 1986, the founders of CIM-Tech aimed to bridge the gap between Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) with Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) with a common interface for design and manufacturing. From this basic concept a new company was created www.cim-tech.com