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Old 10-06-2015, 08:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Torchmate CNC Plasma Cutting | Webinar Wish List

Lincoln Electric Cutting Systems is bringing back our Torchmate CNC Machine Webinar Program in November 2015. We will beta test the concept in November and December, 2015 with plans to increase the regularity of scheduled Webinar's in 2016.

The thirty minute webinars will springboard off of our increasingly popular two day hands on Torchmate CAD training classes we have been holding since May 2015 in our Reno manufacturing facility. Our hope is to reach a wider audience and help owners and perspective customers make the best use of our wide selection of plate and pipe cutting products.

The thirty minute webinar will be followed by a 30 minute question and answer session. All webinars will be recorded and made available for review.

Here is your chance to help us shape the content of our webinars in the new year. Post up your webinar topic of choice and help our team schedule the most popular topics for operation, maintenance, design, optimized cut quality and best practices surrounding our Torchmate CNC product line.


Registration details, we have set the dates for our webinar beta tests. November 10, 2015 and December 8, 2015 at 11:00 am Pacific.

Our November 10th webinar will focus on our ACCUMOVE motion control system.

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The last one most of the basic stuff was covered

Layers
Tool changes
Actual code writing/modifying
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I think the info on setup and use of the accumove system would be great. More on maintenance and repair of the older systems would be good. troubleshooting of the avhc systems would be great.
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Keep the ideas coming, these are great.

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I'd like to see a video of a typical work flow. Straight from importing a dxf to cutting the part(s) out on the table.

As for the new accumove, I'd like to see it cut 18ga stainless or mild steel at max ipm of the table while cutting an artsy design with the AVHC active.
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I'd like to see a video of a typical work flow. Straight from importing a dxf to cutting the part(s) out on the table.

As for the new accumove, I'd like to see it cut 18ga stainless or mild steel at max ipm of the table while cutting an artsy design with the AVHC active.
This is something I would like also. I wouyld love to see some intricate detail being cut with accumove .
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I'd like to see a video of a typical work flow. Straight from importing a dxf to cutting the part(s) out on the table.

As for the new accumove, I'd like to see it cut 18ga stainless or mild steel at max ipm of the table while cutting an artsy design with the AVHC active.
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This is something I would like also. I wouyld love to see some intricate detail being cut with accumove .
I will add this request to our video production wish list. We are running a little behind right now, I have a few videos we need to get out, but I think I can turn this one as we are developing an ACCUMOVE installation video and perhaps we can follow this one behind the ACCUMOVE installation. Thanks for the feedback.


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I will add this request to our video production wish list. We are running a little behind right now, I have a few videos we need to get out, but I think I can turn this one as we are developing an ACCUMOVE installation video and perhaps we can follow this one behind the ACCUMOVE installation. Thanks for the feedback.


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My to..... I got the file...........it one messed up mofo of a file and would love to see it cut it
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Just a reminder we will be bringing these webinars back starting Nov 10,2015
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I would love to see more on designing intricate shapes in cad.
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