Our history, ethos and customers.
JETCAM was founded in 1986 to develop and distribute software systems for CNC programming of punching and cutting machines for sheet metal fabrication and composite cutting.
The company serves users in over 80 countries around the world. Major machine manufacturers have standardized on JETCAM systems and supply them together with their machines.
Our main focus today is automation, including support for Industry 4.0.
JETCAM is represented in a variety of companies, manufacturing everything from simple heavy gauge components to the most sophisticated and delicate composite or sheet metal components employed in the electronics and aerospace industries. JETCAM's world-class user base includes some of the best known and most demanding companies in the world. These include ABB, BAE, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier (Canada, Mexico and Northern Ireland), Embraer, Connova AG, Capricorn Composites, GE Aviation, Kone Elevators, General Electric, Quickstep Technologies, Siemens, Volvo, Lucent, John Deere and Ericsson.
Originally founded in Australia in 1986, we relocated to Europe in 1990. Our administration headquarters are located in Monaco, with satellite offices and resellers located around the world.
Manufacturers around the world of all sizes across multiple industries have relied on JETCAM since 1986.
We have posts for virtually every punching and profiling machine available today, with new posts being written all the time.
We only focus on nesting, automation and material management, meaning that we're the best at what we do because this is all we do.
We operate through a network of resellers, backed up with direct support and our award-winning University of video tutorials.
JETCAM has been nominated or has won many awards because of its demonstrable return on investment.
All of our core products are designed to be highly configurable, allowing easy connection to legacy systems such as MRP/ERP.
We support virtually every form of 2D cutting technology available, with new posts being added regularly.
The ongoing development program of JETCAM is designed to achieve two things: To continuously enhance features, performance and automation of existing products, and to introduce new products providing same ease of use and reliability of these products to other aspects of machine shop operation.