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Australia & New Zealand Business Report 2017

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OneCNC’s software boosts efficiency in computer numerical control manufacturing

Company develops technical systems which are easy to use and to adapt to the needs of CNC manufacturers, including those in the automotive, aerospace, medical and packaging sectors

PUBLISHED : Friday, 22 September, 2017, 5:15pm
UPDATED : Friday, 22 September, 2017, 5:15pm

Manufacturing technologies continue to grow increasingly complicated as businesses look to streamline and optimise production. The German government even coined the Industry 4.0 concept to describe the computerisation of manufacturing. Australian software expert OneCNC is among the pioneers of computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solutions that help users bring product concepts to fruition — in the most precise and efficient way possible.

OneCNC prides itself for developing highly technical systems, which are easy to use and to adapt to the needs of computer numerical control (CNC) manufacturers. These include those in the automotive, aerospace, medical and packaging sectors.

As a company with a legacy as a pioneer and innovator, OneCNC works closely with equipment manufacturers, continually developing and updating its portfolio to reflect the latest industry requirements.

“The CNC machine tool industry evolves continuously; this requires us to evolve alongside it. We’re constantly developing and we release new products every two years. In between those products, we offer many other input-driven enhancements,” says managing director Bob Francis. “We visit trade shows and communicate directly with customers worldwide to find out their needs. We update our software mainly to suit their needs.”

OneCNC exports 95 per cent of its products to mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, United States and Germany, among other markets. With overall sales amounting to US$14 million, it is apparent that users worldwide trust OneCNC.

Promoting ease of use to its diversified client base, OneCNC localises its software and translates it to various languages, including Putonghua. In doing so, OneCNC hopes to strengthen its market presence in Taiwan and mainland China. OneCNC also welcomes partnerships with companies experienced in CNC machining to help further stimulate the company’s growth.

“Our products always suit the latest operating systems. They always suit the latest machine controls not only with the latest software, but also with versatility for ease of use,” Francis says.

www.onecnc.com