DMC allows the user to either import CAD data or create complex trajectories within DMC. Not only that but also machine vision can be used to capture the seam and adjust the path based on that.
In combination with the scanner and using Scanlab's Open Interface Extension, it is also possible to have a closed-loop parameter control based on the sensor input.
3D projection is a useful tool that allows projecting 2D trajectories on 3D surfaces to get a 3D trajectory for welding or cutting.
Or using wrapping tools the user can place patterns on tubular parts. All those tools allow for an easy and visual way to define process trajectories.
DMC has tools that allow defining lead-ins and outs with piercing time to pierce the part and ease into it the actual cutting path.
DMC is designed for laser processing and allows the user to adjust the process in multiple ways to get good results.
There are tools for smoothing the trajectories so that the stage could move in a controlled trajectory without stopping at the corners, control for dedicated motion parameters, path sorting, beam spot compensation, and more.
The trial version includes all the features of the software. Tell us a bit about your intended use and machine configuration and we will help you to configure it to work best for your system and application.