MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – will demonstrate its new Touch-N-Print application at the 2017 Woodworking Machinery and Supply Expo, at the International Centre near Toronto, November 2-4, in Booth 1426. 
CIM-Tech’s Touch-N-Print is a newly improved feature of Router-CIM 2018 software that transfers creations from design software to manufacturing routers. Touch-N-Print is an interactive labeling system that increases the efficiency of printing labels on one, two and three-dimensional parts created from Autocad, Autodesk Inventor, Solid Edge or Solidworks to any CNC manufacturing machine. 
By displaying a nest in the Router-CIM Automation Suite, the new Touch-N-Print allows the user to print the unique and specific labels as they are needed. This on-demand label printing is done on a computer right next to the Router or can be installed on a Windows-based control in the Router.
“Using the touchscreen, you simply touch the part with your finger or mouse and the label will print immediately,” says Sheldon Prom Application Engineer. “You can print one single-part label or an entire nest. Touch-N-Print is especially appreciated when the collection of parts is very large, and very similar, such as those needed for intricate furniture, airplane or boating parts.”
Touch-N-Print can also be customized with any graphics and is compatible with Dymo and Zebra printers for quick label printing.
Established in 1986, the founders of CIM-Tech aimed to bridge the gap between Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) with Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) with a common interface for design and manufacturing. From this basic concept a new company was created

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