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PartMaker Hits the Road

It’s not that Fort Washington, Penn., (home of PartMaker Inc.) isn’t a nice place to visit, but sometimes one must go to the mountain. That’s the thinking behind a nine-city, nationwide user group tour underway by PartMaker, a division of Delcam Plc.

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It’s not that Fort Washington, Penn., (home of PartMaker Inc.) isn’t a nice place to visit, but sometimes one must go to the mountain. That’s the thinking behind a nine-city, nationwide user group tour underway by PartMaker, a division of Delcam Plc.

“Our Version 2013 is probably the most significant PartMaker release in the history of the product,” says division president, Hanan Fishman. With 2013 being such a significant release, we thought, what better way to educate the advanced manufacturing community than visit some of the major markets in which we are present and explain the new technology in a friendly, face-to-face forum that is fun, educational and a great networking event for attendees.”

Each road show stop is for 2 days allowing time for both general and technical presentations of the new release. A complete schedule, detailed explanation and registration form can be found at www.partmaker.com/roadshow2013/
 

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