Enjoy maximum user convenience to speed up your cutting processes and make them as straightforward as possible. Our user software complies with the latest ergonomic directives in accordance with the VDMA (Mechanical Engineering Industry Association). As part of our in-house research projects, we are already simulating the ways in which machines will be operated in 10 to 15 years’ time, allowing us to make constant improvements to our existing standards.
The icon-based, graphic user interface means it couldn’t be easier to operate our machines. In fact, a single user can manage several cutting-system control panels at once without needing any extra kit. As for the software solutions behind the various cutting machines, these are based on similar functional principles and share the same design features to create a uniform, recognizable look and feel that makes training and general understanding so much easier.
Our digital assistant automatically guides users through the job creation process, from entering block dimensions, cutting contours, and sizes right through to all other key parameters leading up to the start of the cutting process.
Users can benefit from helpful service notifications that appear directly on the display. And in addition to maintenance messages, you will not only receive service support and information about process workflows, but you will also have access to detailed measurement data, such as that from an oscilloscope. Our teleservice can be launched directly from the user interface with just a single touch, and you’ll be guided through the maintenance process either over the phone or online.
The subject of safety plays a key role when it comes to operating cutting machines. It goes without saying that we give our engineers everything they need to allow them to build our machines as safely as possible without compromising on ease of use. And, of course, all of our machines comply with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. Fecken-Kirfel is also actively involved in the further development of existing safety standards, such as EN 14886 for foam-cutting machines.