Router maker Komo Machine Inc. has released its software called Router-CIM 2004, which allows an operator to design parts directly, or to receive computer-aided-design drawings from software packages that will run the router.
Push-button operation makes it easy to program the CNC routers. Another feature is “learning” capability that makes repeated programming easier, calculates the number of tools and cycles required for a job and tracks tool life, material and labor costs and job payback information.
The Avery Lavel Pro labeling system is included in Router-CIM 2004.
In other news, Komo of Sauk Rapids, Minn., is distributing the Selexx series of small and mid-sized routers from Omnitech Inc. of Charlotte, N.C.
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