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New Hammer Impact Software – Preview coming soon

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After listening to customer feedback, we have completely re-engineered the DATS Hammer Impact software. The new version will ship with the next DATS update (not the soon-to-be-released V7.0.23). In the meantime you will be able to download and preview the new package. You will of course need a P8000 system and a DATS licence with the Hammer Impact option enabled.

The new software has a completely revamped interface and many new features including…

The preview version will work alongside the current Hammer Impact software. We’re in the process of final testing and writing documentation. As soon as the preview is available we will let you know. Watch this space…

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Chris Mason

General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig
Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983. His interest in software began in the late 1970's when he spent his time typing in and debugging programs on a Sinclair ZX80. Chris is General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig where he does management things, leads the product development and works on web, blog, social media & marketing projects. Away from computers he can usually be found clad in lycra pretending to be a cyclist.

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