A new Windows-based, touchscreen CNC with all the popular CNC88 features and familiarity, completely redesigned using the latest technologies on a open architecture platform.
In many cases, 10x the performance of the Legacy. 10 millionths program resolution! Learn More >
More Parts, Less Time –
Machine parts faster without sacrificing accuracy. Learn More >
Ease of Use –
Touchscreen simplicity, speed and familiarity with many “One Touch” features. Learn More >
Legacy Compatibility –
Walk up. Use it. Feel right at home. Learn More >
Remote Support –
With Remote Support it’s just like we are standing right in front of your machine. Learn More >
New state-of-the-art isolated power and ground design, eliminating ground loops and power problems. Plus, the board count is 1/3 of the Legacy. Fewer boards means fewer failures. Learn More >
New software tools provide pin-point diagnoses, and all of our designs have easy access. Learn More >
The Best Of Both Worlds
We are also partnering with major OME machine tool builders to also provide new machines with the NXGEN control, for both mills and lathes. Not only do we provide a huge technology upgrade for your existing machines, but soon you can also have the same control on all your new machines.
See the NXGEN CNC in Action:
– Higher Accuracy and Better Finishes, in Less Time
– The Latest in Touchscreen Technology & Legacy Compatibility
History that Delivers
The NXGEN control design team is headed by David M. de Caussin. David was one of the original family members when Fadal started building the first machines in 1978. For over twenty years, he was directly involved with the development of the Legacy (CNC 88, CNC HS, CNC MP and the 32MP) control software and hardware designs as VP of Control Design until 1998, three years after the company was sold to Giddings and Lewis (G & L).
The new control project has been in development since 2011. It is the accumulation of many talented engineers and specialized companies who have been working with many of the best control software and hardware engineering companies in the world. The control is backed by a strong beta program that was started in 2015. We know that careful and patient field testing at selected facilities before production release is the key to a successful introduction.