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Real Cut 2D 8.0.0.3



Released:2012-07-16
License:$63.00
Publisher:Optimal Programs
Language:English, Danish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish
Platform:Windows
Requirements:16 Mb, Pentium 1, 5 Mb HDD
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1972
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Publisher's Description:

Real Cut 2D - Real Cut 2D is a computer program used for obtaining cutting layouts for two dimensional surfaces.

Real Cut 2D can be used for cutting rectangular sheets made of glass, wood, metal, or any other material used by industrial applications.

Features:

Any number of pieces in the REPOSITORY and DEMAND.

Any measurement metric.

Adjustable cutting blade thickness.

Adjustable optimization level.

Fractional input (100 1/2 or 100.5).

Graphical display (black-white or color) and text mode of the obtained results.

Printing the obtained layouts.

Printing the REPOSITORY and the DEMAND of the customer.

Several statistics related to the current optimization.

Automatically computing of the sheets price.

Password protected REPOSITORY.

The DEMAND can be exported/imported into/from Excel.

The REPOSITORY can be exported into Excel files.

Sortable REPOSITORY and DEMAND using different criteria.

Information about customers can be stored with every DEMAND.

Managment of different types of material.

Very fast running time (Solutions are obtained within seconds).

Interface in multiple languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Portuguese, Swedish and Dutch.

List of Changes:

Version 6.5 from 2006-08-18

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Cutting software for glass, wood, metal
 

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Latest User Reviews:

E Attilathehun 2010-03-01 11:03:59 #
Version: 6.5

Real Cut 2D is a good computer program, but i look for a diferent aplication ,who allow me obtaining optimal cutting layouts for diferent shapes on the steel plates with diferent thickness.



Robin Usmc1 2009-07-22 18:43:18 #
Version: 6.5

I found your software ok. But I could not run cost on the version of your software you have to try out. You did not have an archive of material to pick from so that means I would have spend my time making one. You could use one with basic lists of different types of plywood LDF MDF HDF, and melamine. It would be nice if you had some the bigger suppliers for that and had them do up list with links for current cost that could be updated through your account with the company, of your choice. I think it would be win, win kind of thing, or at least on option or link to import from them. I also think you should have step by step tutorial on your trial version so the user could know they got it right. I just finished school for woodworking technologist two years ago and we had cut planner at school, so I was familiar but still was not shore I was doing the set up in the right sequence and that slowed things down. I am currently looking at bunch of Cut planners for the company I work for. See witch has best setup for us, it would have helped if you had put the cost of software so we could compare options and cost.
Thanks Robin



Michael Helmreich 2007-06-07 03:42:55 #
Version: 6.5

Productivity + Linux usability

I found the optimising engine to be very efficient, (You can adjust the level).

I was looking for something for LINUX and this program works perfectly under WINE and therefore runs fast on LINUX, and is very portable.

I found the data entry interface a little slow, but I have written an entry program (took about an hour) to speed things up.

You could probably use a spreadsheet program to do the same, such as OpenOffice, Gnumeric, Kspread, or MS Excell.

A feature that I would like is the use of part names.

I am going to test further, but I am happy with the performance of the optimising engine, which is unlikely to be better on any other system.





Gabriel.saddam 2007-03-26 06:40:11 #
Version: 6.5

Missing features

As many oter cut-optimization software, i cant configure the maximun cut lenght, Ex. guillotin blade lenghe, in order to optimize the cuts



Kamloops Glass 2007-03-11 17:58:53 #
Version: 6.5

comments for Real Cut 2D: Kamloops Glass

I've use it only four times and was very helpful. When I made my entries, they would not list in the order that I entered them. This made it difficult to double check for any mistakes I might of made. There should be a freature that keeps that order and then one that would sort in any certain order. I perhaps haven't use it enough to be familiar with all the featurs.



Jeff90909 2007-01-07 20:52:12 #
Version: 6.5

good software

quite good, except input work a bit taking time.




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