Hypertherm, a US based manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, will showcase its innovations at Fabtech 2019 which will take place in Chicago.
At the event, Hypertherm will showcase its X-Definition® plasma cutting technology, its predictive waterjet technology, and the newest versions of its ProNest® and Robotmaster® software.
Hypertherm’s X-Definition class plasma combines engineering advances and refined high definition plasma processes to deliver plasma cut on mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminium. The waterjet pump includes technology designed to provide warning of upcoming maintenance needs.
Live demonstrations of the ProNest 2019, Hypertherm’s CAD/CAM nesting software for automated cutting, with new features and enhancements, will also take place at the event.
Hypertherm will also demonstrate version 7.1 of its Robotmaster task-based robot programming platform. The new version contains more than 500 improvements, features, and bug fixes that make it possible for welding, cutting, painting, sanding and other process professionals to easily programme industrial robots without having to buy or learn complex CAD/CAM software.
Hypertherm will have cut samples of both cutting process available in Fabrication Hall Boot A4912 at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Centre.