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ProNest is an industry leading CAD/CAM nesting software designed for advanced mechanized cutting. It provides a single solution for all of your profile cutting needs, including plasma, laser, waterjet, and oxyfuel. ProNest helps fabricators and manufacturers increase material savings, boost productivity, lower operating costs, and improve part quality by offering the highest level of cutting expertise.
The Hypertherm CAD/CAM difference Across the globe, Hypertherm products are known for quality, consistency, and reliability, and it’s no different with our advanced CAD/CAM software.

More leading experts, including OEMs and distributors of cutting machines, choose ProNest than any other brand. It is the only software with full support for Hypertherm SureCutв„ў technology, including True HoleВ®, Rapid Partв„ў, and True Bevelв„ў, plus easy setup, and optimized process parameters.

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Your Cutting and Fabricating Ecosystem ProNest® not only drives your machines, it’s also a key component of your entire cutting and fabricating ecosystem, with everything from quoting, to part design, to reporting, and managing inventory. ProNest even connects to ERP/MRP for real time data exchange.

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