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EDGE® Connect CNC Software

Interim Phoenix 10.13.2 Release | EDGE® Connect CNC Software Phoenix version 10.13.2 software release is available for EDGE Connect CNCs. Available to both the production line and via download on the Hypertherm.com website. This is an unplanned interim release for EDGE Connect CNCs, to address a reported field issue discovered in all Phoenix version 10 software. For improved safety, all customers, should update their software to version 10.13.2 or …

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Phoenix software

CNC systems from Hypertherm are delivered worldwide with cutting expertise built in, providing consistent product performance with easy-to-use software that empowers the operator to make the optimal cut, every time.
Phoenix® software is the core operational interface and is common across the entire Hypertherm family of CNC systems. The software is designed specifically for the X-Y and bevel cutting market.
Key benefits include:
Integrated communications to plasma and torch height control systems for automated and expert control of the cutting process
Built-in cut charts for automatically setting process parameters for mild steel, stainless, and aluminum to enable consistently optimized cutting performance
Wizards and diagnostic support tools that enable easy setup, use and rapid troubleshooting
The Remote Help utility that enables expert cutting system diagnostics over the internet to reduce downtime
Built-in help and cutting optimization tips for improving table performance and process outcomes at the touch of a button.

CutPro Wizard

The patent-pending CutPro wizard is an intuitive step-by-step process that guides the operator through the most frequently required job setup steps. In field trials, new operators began cutting high-quality parts in less than 5 minutes without training, drastically reducing the “hire to cut” time. This means that multiple operators across multiple shifts can quickly produce consistent results, making it so you have your best operator on every shift.

EDGE CNC

Home > Phoenix software
Phoenix software

 

CNC systems from Hypertherm are delivered worldwide with cutting expertise built in, providing consistent product performance with easy-to-use software that empowers the operator to make the optimal cut, every time.
Phoenix® software is the core operational interface and is common across the entire Hypertherm family of CNC systems. The software is designed specifically for the X-Y and bevel cutting market.
Key benefits include:
Integrated communications to plasma and torch height control systems for automated and expert control of the cutting process
Built-in cut charts for automatically setting process parameters for mild steel, stainless, and aluminum to enable consistently optimized cutting performance
Wizards and diagnostic support tools that enable easy setup, use and rapid troubleshooting
The Remote Help utility that enables expert cutting system diagnostics over the internet to reduce downtime
Built-in help and cutting optimization tips for improving table performance and process outcomes at the touch of a button.

CutPro Wizard

 

 

The patent-pending CutPro wizard is an intuitive step-by-step process that guides the operator through the most frequently required job setup steps. In field trials, new operators began cutting high-quality parts in less than 5 minutes without training, drastically reducing the “hire to cut” time. This means that multiple operators across multiple shifts can quickly produce consistent results, making it so you have your best operator on every shift.

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