Fear-free introduction to CNC technology (Throwback 1984)

In 1984, when KELLER.Software was still the publishing house ‘R. Keller’, vocational school teachers Großmann and Keller laid the foundation for our first “KELLER” software. Developed for basic CNC training, the software was called “Fear-free introduction to CNC technology”.

The title was intended to indicate that learning on a PC (which was still something completely new at the time) had advantages. For example: that a crash on the computer causes a scare, but not money.

This crash warning is still built into our CNC software ‘SYMplus’ today. In addition to this, the accompanying workbooks, which were already part of the learning concept back then, are available even today.

Discover more about our history on our website: https://cnc-keller.com/history/

Do you have any questions?

Our experts are at your disposal. We look forward to your inquiry!

Klaus Reckermann


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