Next Wave Automation is introducing its patent-pending new software, Virtual Zero Unlimited, at the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas.
The new Virtual Zero Unlimited software allows a user to now map the entire surface of their material by taking an unlimited number of reference points. The program then uses these points to auto adjust the G-code to conform to the actual surface of that material. Virtual Zero Unlimited eliminates problems caused by warped or bowed work pieces and allows the user to maintain a constant cutting depth on oddly or intricately shaped projects which would usually require the creation of a CAD 3D model, according to the company.
Virtual Zero Unlimited is a finalist for an AWFS Visionary Award.
“We are thrilled about being named a finalist for Virtual Zero Unlimited,” says Tim Owens, Next Wave Automation’s founder and CEO. “We’re continually innovating and providing solutions that are otherwise out of reach for most small woodshops and hobbyists, so we’re honored that our work on this software has been recognized.”
For more, visit booth No. 7978 at AWFS and www.nextwaveautomation.com.