Did you know that KELLER had developed its own control software called “CNCplus” in the past?
In 1992, being motivated by the success of “Graphic Programming with GKE + CAM”, KELLER implemented this project in cooperation with the company NUM as hardware partner and BOEHRINGER as manufacturer (as well as with some other fabricators).
A total of 120 “CNCplus machines” were created, and the “CNCplus control” was even used for retrofitting projects.
Regrettably, further development with NUM was discontinued after a few years. Still, Mr. Kairies, a NUM employee, who recently celebrated his 33-year anniversary with the company, commented when our CEO, Mr. Mues, congratulated him on LinkedIn: “[…] still have several CNCplus controllers in the field!”
Thus, the success story of KELLER and “CNCplus” remains unforgettable!
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