CUTTING SOFTWARE FOR WINDOWS TINT
Since the 2000’s, we have taking the lead, the rest will follow us.
Energysa Group presents the most advanced and updated Computerized Cutting-System for Cars Window Tint in Europe and over the World. Our Software ENERCUT has the World’s fastest running version: EnerCut 12.3 ( August 2020), a highly protected Client-Server application integrated with Internet.
“The brightest idea at your fingertips”
ENERCUT, THE CUT IS PERFECT
EnerCut, is a software designed for Professional Installers of Car Tinting. Nevertheless, even unexperienced users can use it without worries. For all Energysa CLIENTS and dealers, ENERCUT is completely free, with no fees or fixed payments.
The simple use of ENERCUT based on 5 steps:
1. Internet Connection
2. Vehicle Selection
3. Screen Loading
4. Plotter Cutting
5. Film Applying
ENERCUT, Europe’s First Cutting-Software for Window Tint
Operating as a Client-Server.
Quickly installable via the Internet.
Available in 13 languages.
ENERCUT optimally works with any renowned brand of Cutting Plotters: GCC, ROLAND, SUMMA, GRAPHTEC, MIMAKI.
Our software works in Ports: USB, Ethernet/IP, COMM/Serial, LPT/Parallel.
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ENERCUT versions’ history
[2020 - ****]
Which Cutting-Plotters are compatible with ENERCUT?
However, several plotters are sold for ridiculous prices. All these plotters are defective at the time of configuration, during their cut as at the times of adjustment of the cutting pressure. Indeed, these plotters admit buffer overflow on their internal memory, which leaves any big form cutting: incorrect. From where, it would be necessary to increment with each cut all distended form, the rear glasses then the side windows, etc… Also, their cutting pressure is unstable, cutting a part of a window properly and another part the film with the protector, the forms incomplete… Hence, a total blockage at work!!
At the level of the known cutting-plotters (ROLAND, SUMMA, GCC, GRAPHTEC, MIMAKI, etc.), a pressure of 40g can vary, as much as possible and in the worst cases, between 39 and 41g. On the other hand in a Chinese cutting machines with a ridiculous price, this same pressure’s value varies between 30 and 50g, creating a disaster situation.
Which blade should you use with ENERCUT?
A 45º-blade can cut properly the film, but with a shorter life than the others.