Hypertherm retires MTC brand name
The company says the change is meant to reflect Hypertherm’s commitment to innovation and providing cutting solutions that help fabricators, jobs shops, and other similar businesses.
Hypertherm software products will not change, and these products will continue to support a number of different cutting processes including plasma, laser, oxyfuel, and waterjet. The software can be used to program traditional X-Y machines as well as combination punch, plate processing, reposition, contour bevel, and rotary pipe/tube machines.
“Though we have been a part of the Hypertherm family for more than three years now, we are excited by this name change. It cements Hypertherm’s commitment to nesting software, and continued advanced research and development in the CAM software arena,” said Derek Weston, product marketing manager for Hypertherm’s line of software. “This change will not change the way current and future customers receive technical support and product updates. Customers can continue to contact their existing representative for any of these needs.”