7/4/2018

Radan CAD/CAM Sheet-Metal Software Combines Customer Orders

Originally titled 'CAD/CAM Sheet-Metal Software Combines Customer Orders'
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Radan CAD/CAM sheet-metal software is a provider of applications for the design and manufacture of sheet metal components and products.

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Radan CAD/CAM sheet-metal software offers a combination of applications for punching, profiling, bending, nesting, designing and production management. As part of the Vero Software Group, Radan is a provider of applications for the design and manufacture of sheet metal components and products.

With this software, Radmanager can be used to enter customer order data to turn it into nest projects within Radan. This enables parts from different customer orders to be combined into one nest project in order to maximize efficiency and material usage. It also has the ability to manage both 2D and 3D engineering of parts.

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