Real Cut 2D is an ultra-fast, ultra-correct and ultra-easy program for the automated cutting and layouting. Despite its ease, Real Cut 2D provides comprehensive settings and informative output, and can be used in the production with great benefits.
Inside Real Cut 2D, you work in terms of Repository (sheets you have and want to cut) and Demand (sheets you need to obtain). You enter information about sheets to both lists, then just Start. Real Cut 2D allows you to make several settings, making the cutting process closer to the real world. You can set different types of material for different sheets, change the thickness of the cut (saw sharpness) and the minimum width of parts. Also, the optimization process has adjustable level, which you can vary widely between speed and accuracy.
Output of calculations has a very handy format. You have a graphical cutting plan, with all sizes and forms drawn; and also you have textual statistics on how many sheets has been taken from repository, how they are to be cut, and so on; the textual cutting information also has the machine-readable form that you can use further.
Real Cut 2D allows printing all its input and results and exporting them to various formats. Moreover, there are unnecessary and yet useful additions like the space for customer information and the capability to autocalculate price of the cut material.
Real Cut 2D 18.104.22.168 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
Real Cut 1D 22.214.171.124 Real Cut 1D is a computer program used for obtaining optimal cutting designs of one dimensional pieces with angles different of 90 degrees at extremities. Real Cut 1D can be used
Virtual Real Estate Boom Draws Real Dollars Rising interest rates have yet to coolwhite-hot real estate prices. Perhaps that's why the concept ofvirtual home ownership has captured the imagination of agrowing number of online gamers, who are plunking down realcash for their own slice of the digital
Real targets iPod with download price cut RealNetworks has kicked off what it claims is the biggest online music sale in history. For a limited time, every song in the firm's RealPlayer Music Store can be downloaded for 49 cents, with most albums available for $4.99.