2/3/2014 | 1 MINUTE READ

User Group Meetings Launch New Software Version

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If you are interested in learning about the latest PartMaker CAM suite, PartMaker 2014, consider attending one of Delcam’s PartMaker Inc. Division’s User Group Meetings around the country to launch the new software version.

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If you are interested in learning about the latest PartMaker CAM suite, PartMaker 2014, consider attending one of Delcam PartMaker Inc. Division’s User Group Meetings around the country to launch the new software version. The program at each event will feature technical sessions on the new features of the software, with a special focus on Delcam’s latest high-speed machining technology, Vortex. The event dates and locations are as follows:

February 21 – Philadelphia area

February 28 – Chicago area

March 7 – Los Angeles area

March 14 – New England

The full agenda, booking form and details including exact location for each event can be found on PartMaker’s website. The events will also include a brief seminar on tactics for best utilizing Delcam’s new Vortex high-speed machining strategies with high-feed end mills. Additionally, delegates will be updated on Delcam’s expected acquisition by Autodesk.

PartMaker's senior technical personnel will discuss the latest developments in PartMaker and will be on hand to answer any technical questions. They will also discuss the future of PartMaker’s development efforts and listen to delegates’ input to incorporate into future versions. A complimentary catered breakfast and lunch buffet will be provided to all registered attendees. All attendees will also have the opportunity to race the PartMaker Inc. staff at each venue’s indoor karting track, courtesy of PartMaker Inc.

 

 

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