Newsletter February 2021

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We hope that you, your family and friends are healthy and happy. The year has just begun and already presents us with so many challenges. That’s why it’s more important than ever for us to help each other.

As our new initiative, to help CNC trainees and instructors continue their training as normally as possible during this period of contact restrictions, we are also offering our KELLER.Academy online. To know more about the courses and timings, please give us a call at +49(0)202 4040-0 or send us an email at

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We thank you in advance for your support.

We wish you a good month ahead filled with good health and happiness.

                                                                                              – Your KELLER.Software-Team


Practical Tip: Compare production strategies effortlessly with each other.

Some functions in SYMplus™ are more hidden than others because they are not “clickable” in the user interface.

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Much more from KELLER.Software

Upcoming Training Sessions:

11.-12. Mar 2021: Driven tools, plane swivel and reform PAL2020

25.-26. Mar 2021: Basics of graphic programming (CAD/CAM) with SYMplus™

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