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Computer Aided Technology, Inc.(CATI) will offer the complete line of 3D Printers and 3D Production Systems from Stratasys Ltd. (the corporate entity formed in 2012 by the merger of 3D printing companies Stratasys, Inc. and Objet Ltd.), starting on January 1st 2013. Since 2008, CATI has been the exclusive Objet 3D Printer Dealer, serving clients in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, and Kentucky. CATI will continue to offer the Objet inkjet-based 3D Printer Lines and will join a  handful of Stratasys dealers to distribute both Objet inkjet-based and FDM  3D printing technologies. This will add to its current Objet product portfolio of desktop, Eden and multi-material Connex line 3D printers, the Mojo, uPrint, Dimension, and Fortus lines of 3D printers and production systems.  
 
“This is a tremendous opportunity. The addition of Stratasys Technology to our Objet product lineup will benefit our clients greatly, giving them a choice of the best technologies the 3D Printing industry has to offer.  We look forward to our partnership with Stratasys Ltd.,”Rich Werneth, President Computer Aided Technology, Inc.

“The team at CATI has been a valuable asset to the Objet Community as one of our top resellers.  Their experience and commitment to providing clients with complete solutions to their product development challenges made it an easy choice to have them become one of the first dealers in North America to offer both the Objet inkjet-based Technology as well as the Stratasys FDM Technology,” said, Gilad Gans, Executive Vice President Global Field Operations for Stratasys Ltd.

CATI is currently upgrading facilities to accommodate the additional product offerings.

For more information, visit: www.cati.com

Published in CATI

Delcam is pleased to announce that it has converted the software division of its Australian reseller Camplex into a wholly-owned subsidiary, Delcam Australia, covering the sales and support of Delcam software products in Australia.  Similarly, the Camplex office in Auckland has become Delcam New Zealand and will operate as a branch office of Delcam Australia.  

Delcam is pleased to confirm that the staff at Camplex will become employees of Delcam Australia and Delcam New Zealand, so ensuring that any impact of the change for customers will be minimal.  The new subsidiary will operate from the same offices, and the staff will have the same office and mobile phone numbers for existing and potential customers to contact them.  

In the longer term, being a full subsidiary of Delcam will enable additional investment in the sales and support operations in Australia and New Zealand.  This will probably include a move to new offices for the Melbourne operation and an increase in staff so that the 500 Delcam customers in the countries can be provided with an even better service.

Camplex has represented Delcam in Australia since 1988 from its offices in Melbourne and Brisbane.  It will continue to sell and support the Baces3D arms, Roland milling machines and Vericut software, and will work closely with Delcam Australia on any joint customers.

For more information, visit: www.delcam.com

Published in Delcam

FISHER/UNITECH announced its partnership with Stratasys will continue under the new Stratasys Ltd. As a direct result of the Objet/Stratasys merger, the company has been authorized to expand their product line of 3D Printers and Production Systems to include all of the Objet products. FISHER/UNITECH has been selected to participate in a pilot of the new combined product line commencing in January. The company has been a Stratasys partner for 16 years and for the past several years has been the top reseller for Stratasys Corporation in the Americas.

“The merger of Stratasys and Objet brings together two very complimentary technologies to address the fast growing 3D Printing market,” said Charlie Hess, President & CEO of FISHER/UNITECH. “We are anxious to bring Objet’s polyjet technology and its advantages to customers and prospects in our markets. We believe the new Stratasys Ltd will continue to provide great technical leadership and innovative products within the additive manufacturing industry.”

FISHER/UNITECH has established two Rapid Technology Centers to support benchmarks, part building services and advanced training. Each center is equipped with systems for both 3D Printing and 3D Production Manufacturing applications with the ability to print parts using both technologies. FISHER/UNITECH has increased its commitment to Rapid Technology in 2012 with an expanded sales, service and support team to support the entire array of solutions from the new company. Each of the company's 14 offices house equipment for localized printing, demonstrations and training.

3D Printing has become a necessary component of the overall product development process, helping design teams test form, fit and function while accelerating time to market and enhancing collaboration and communication. Most recently, 3D Production has become a disruptive technology and is quickly displacing many traditional manufacturing processes through additive manufacturing vs. subtractive manufacturing.

FISHER/UNITECH, established in 1993, provides advanced technology solutions to discrete manufacturing companies. The company's focus is on process improvement for product development. The technology applications offered focus on design, engineering, 3D Printing and additive manufacturing. Professional services are offered for design automation and data management which provides customers with a full service, one-stop source for complex PLM systems. The company offers advanced web-based delivery of education programs with its interactive, instructor-led 3DU.

For more information, visit: www.funtech.com

Published in FISHER/UNITECH

Mcor Technologies Ltd, manufacturer of the only line of paper desktop 3D printers in the world announced that it has appointed Saitu Graphic Equipments Co Ltd, headquartered in Shanghai, China, as their Chinese distribution partner. Based on the agreement, Saitu will sell Mcor’s range of 3D printers in China and Hong Kong.

Saitu Graphics specialises in sales and service of imaging and 2D-print systems to the prepress and printing industry, design companies as well as the educational and government markets; their current product range of equipment includes, large format scanners, HDRi, Visualisation, Survey and Computer Graphics.

“We are very excited about being appointed as Mcor’s distributor for China. We believe that we can leverage our extensive experience in the Chinese market,” said Mr. Allan Valentin Hansen, MD from Saitu Graphic Equipments. “Mcor’s technology provides a top-quality output, colour accuracy, low cost of consumables and eco-friendliness, which gives competitive advantage over other 3D printers in this market.”  

"China is an important strategic market for Mcor because of its growing interest in 3D printing and rapid prototyping," said Dr Conor MacCormack, Mcor CEO and Co-founder. "It is therefore important that we select the right local partners. We have full confidence that together with Saitu we will be very successful in China."

Saitu joins a growing number of companies who are taking advantage of Mcor’s recent partner initiative; Southern Educational Systems (SES) and Planting & Tetterode (a Staples company) have partnered with Mcor in the southeastern states of the US and Benelux.  And with the imminent launch of their full colour 3D printer, the Mcor IRIS, Mcor are actively seeking channel partners worldwide.

Adds Dr MacCormack, “Mcor is uniquely well positioned to take advantage of the fast growth in the 3D printing market because of our differentiated, low-cost, eco-friendly offering, and adding full colour adds another dimension to the possibilities. So we are actively looking for partners to help us roll out our product range globally.”

For more information, visit: www.mcortechnologies.com or www.saituprint.com

Published in Mcor Technologies

GPI Prototype joins CADCAMConnect as a featured supplier. Now engineers looking to print their 3D CAD files into metal parts have an online community where they can get information and purchase products at a discount. Manufacturers are discovering the advantages of taking their 3D CAD models and printing metal parts from them...whether it is tooling for injection molding, medical applications or aerospace.

"The results are incredible: reduced waste, no tooling costs, the ability to create highly complex parts, little to no inventory and speed to market," said Tim Ruffner, VP Business Development at GPI Prototype.

Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is an additive metal fabrication technology. It produces solid metal parts by locally melting metal powder with a focused laser beam layer by layer. Building layer by layer allows for the manufacturing of highly complex geometries directly from the 3D CAD data. This applies specifically to part geometries where slides, inserts, cooling channels or other tool components are required. Additive manufacturing metals include Ti64, Aluminum, IN718, Cobalt Chrome, 15-5 & 17-4 Stainless and Tooling Steel. DMLS has many benefits over traditional manufacturing techniques. Prototypes can now be made out of the same material as the final production components, making them 100% functional and allowing for more rigorous testing. It creates parts with highly complex external and internal geometries in a single process.

In the aerospace industry, DMLS is used for turbines or titanium parts. For American Airlines, by removing just one pound of weight from each aircraft, it would save them more than 11,000 gallons of fuel annually. For medical device companies, DMLS has been an important tool offering a stainless steel, called PH1, that can be hardened and solution annealed to be used in surgery. Injection molders are using it to create conformal cooling channels to improve both the quality and economics of their parts. DMLS has reduced cycle time and scrap, while increasing productivity by 30%-60%.

"We're very proud to add GPI Prototype to our network of outstanding suppliers. This is just another step in our mission to offer the mechanical engineering community one place to go for all of their design to manufacturing needs," says Ken Wilson, Founder of CADCAMConnect.

Unlike traditional resellers, CADCAMConnect partners with multiple CAD/CAM/CAE product and service providers who are among the top in their industry. The site offers industry news, trends, user forums and discussion groups, with various deals on different products.

For more information, visit: www.cadcamconnect.com/direct-metal-laser-sintering

Published in CADCAMConnect

FISHER/UNITECH announced today its recent authorization to sell 3D Printing throughout the New England and New York area. The company, a product lifecycle management solutions provider and Stratasys partner for nearly 16 years, supplies the uPrint, Mojo and Dimension 3D Printers as well as Fortus 3D Production equipment to discrete manufacturing companies. For the past several years FISHER/UNITECH has been the top reseller for Stratasys Corporation in the Americas.

“Companies who have deployed 3D Printing and 3D Production Manufacturing within their design and manufacturing processes have achieved a distinct competitive advantage in their industry segments,” said Charlie Hess, President and CEO of FISHER/UNITECH.  “Our objective is to bring these two applications to our customer base in New England with the multiple array of technology solutions available from Stratasys.”

FISHER/UNITECH has established two Rapid Technology Centers to support benchmarks, part building services and advanced training.  Each center is equipped with systems for both 3D Printing and 3D Production Manufacturing applications with the ability to print parts using all available Stratasys plastics.  FISHER/UNITECH has increased its commitment to Rapid Technology in 2012 with an expanded sales, service and support team that focuses solely on Stratasys solutions.  Each of the company's 14 offices house equipment for localized printing, demonstrations, and training.  FISHER/UNITECH plans to extend these same services and solutions throughout New England.

3D Printing has become a necessary component of the overall product development process, helping design teams test form, fit and function while accelerating time to market and enhancing collaboration and communication.  Most recently, 3D Production has become a disruptive technology and is quickly displacing many traditional manufacturing processes through additive manufacturing vs. subtractive manufacturing.

FISHER/UNITECH, established in 1993, provides advanced technology solutions to discrete manufacturing companies. The company's focus is on process improvement for product development.  The technology applications offered focus on design, engineering, 3D Printing and additive manufacturing. Professional services are offered for design automation and data management which provides customers with a full service, one-stop source for complex PLM systems. The company offers advanced web-based delivery of education programs with its interactive, instructor-led 3DU.

For more information, visit: www.funtech.com

Published in FISHER/UNITECH

Stratasys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leading manufacturer of 3D printers and production systems for prototyping and manufacturing applications, today announced that Stratasys and HP have agreed to discontinue their manufacturing and distribution agreement for 3D printers, effective at the end of 2012. Stratasys does not expect the termination of its agreement with HP to have a material impact on its financial results for the current year and intends to work closely with HP to ensure a smooth transition for customers.

“Stratasys has enjoyed a productive relationship with HP, and moving forward, we will continue working towards our goal of achieving broader 3D printer usage worldwide,” said Scott Crump, chief executive officer and chairman of Stratasys. “As the market for 3D printing technology grows, Stratasys is focused on further developing our independent channel distribution initiatives to expand our distribution reach even further. Our recently-announced merger with Objet will help grow customer awareness of the many opportunities to deploy 3D printing and rapid prototyping techniques and will allow us to implement an even broader distribution channel with a more extensive geographic reach.”

Under the terms of the definitive agreement signed in January 2010, Stratasys developed and manufactured for HP an exclusive line of 3D printers based on Stratasys’ patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM®) technology. Later that year, HP began a phased rollout of the 3D printers in the mechanical design (MCAD) market in select European countries.

For more information, visit: www.stratasys.com

Published in Stratasys

Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK), a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, has unveiled a new Consulting System Integrator (CSI) Partner Program to help grow Autodesk’s global business network and meet increasing customer demand for an integrated technology and process offering. The program is intended to help professionals realize the benefits of connected workflows in Autodesk design and creation suites for building, entertainment, engineering, construction, infrastructure, product, plant and factory design.

Gehry Technologies, CSI Global Services, Pty, Ltd., Avineon and PCO Innovation are the first four Autodesk CSI partners with Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) expertise. The CSI Partner Program helps empower these companies to better serve their customers by expanding their consulting services to firms seeking to transform business and design workflows. With a focus on enterprise customers, CSI partners will help Autodesk and the company’s existing channel partners identify the right solutions for customers. By working with Autodesk, CSI partners can extend their services into the Autodesk business community and increase the number of services they provide.

“Furthering the business relationship with Autodesk is exciting and a key component to our growth,” said Dayne Myers, CEO, Gehry Technologies. “Customers expect us to help them overcome organizational, technical and process challenges to achieve operational excellence. Working closely with Autodesk and its reseller network allows us to provide the capacity, credibility, connections, capability, and coverage necessary to help architects, engineers, contractors and owners get better value from Autodesk technology.”

“Autodesk resellers have tremendous experience in selling Autodesk software and delivering value-added implementation services,” said Jim Bailey, vice president of strategic solutions at Autodesk. “By working with CSI partners, resellers can concentrate on more strategic long-term deals driven by the CSI partners that will create software sales pull-through and local implementation services.”

For additional information about the CSI partner program or other Autodesk programs, visit the Autodesk Reseller Center.

Published in Autodesk

3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) announced that Anvil Prototype & Design, a leading provider of technology services and solutions, has added ProJet™ 3D printers to its portfolio. With a qualified team of experienced sales professionals and support engineers, Anvil now offers immediate access to 3D Systems' entire lineup of high resolution, high speed, full color personal and professional 3D printers.

"We are delighted to expand Anvil's role in our growing network of 3D content-to-print solutions resellers," said Michele Marchesan, Vice President of Sales, Personal and Professional Printers, for 3D Systems. "Anvil's expertise in CAD and 3D printing sales and services makes them uniquely qualified to provide our complete portfolio of 3D printers to their growing customer base."

"The ZPrinter® line of breakthrough, full-color products have played a critical role in our success in the highly competitive 3D printing and prototyping industry," said Anvil Managing Partner Bill Watson. "We look forward to complementing our existing portfolio and enhancing our service by delivering all the 3D content-to-print solutions that 3D Systems is known for to our customers."

A pioneering source for 3D printing, prototyping and color modeling throughout the Southeast, Anvil Prototyping & Design delivers innovative printing technologies backed by extra-mile customer service. From its headquarters in Charlotte, the company boasts the lowest cost structure for prototyping in the industry. Anvil's client roster includes industrial designers, engineers, architects, presentation professionals, medical technologists and small scale manufacturers.

For more information, visit: www.anvilprototype.com

Published in 3D Systems

3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) announced today the appointment of Advanced Design Concepts, ADC, a leader in full service engineering design services, as an authorized reseller. With a qualified team of experienced sales professionals and support engineers, ADC offers its users immediate access to 3D Systems' entire lineup of high resolution, high speed, full color personal and professional 3D printers.

"We are delighted to add an experienced and proven services and sales channel partner of the caliber of ADC to our growing network of 3D content-to-print solutions resellers," said Michele Marchesan, Vice President of Sales, Personal and Professional Printers, for 3D Systems. "The ADC team is uniquely qualified and well positioned to deliver our 3D printers products to their growing customer base."

"We are very pleased to represent 3D Systems' comprehensive design-to-manufacturing solutions," stated Jim Marschalek, Vice President of ADC. "Their 3D content-to-print products and services, coupled with our innovative design solutions will provide our customers with a broad-range of rapid prototyping and manufacturing capabilities."

Advanced Design Concepts, Inc. (ADC) has been dedicated to developing close relationships with companies seeking improved paths of product design and manufacturing since it was founded in 1993. Today, ADC has grown into a full-service engineering design firm with a team of degreed mechanical engineers and experienced CNC/CGI programmers operating in state-of-the-art facilities.

For more information, visit: www.adcinc1.com

Published in 3D Systems

FISHER/UNITECH, a provider of product lifecycle management solutions and leading SolidWorks reseller, today announced the grand opening of its new office space in Cincinnati, Ohio, in support of the company’s growing customer base.

“We are thrilled with our new space in Cincinnati, Ohio, that more than doubles what we had in Dayton,” said Tom Miller, Director of Sales at FISHER/UNITECH. “This move positions our team to deliver better service to our customers in Southwest Ohio and Kentucky.”

FISHER/UNITECH’s new office boasts 2,500 square feet and is located at 11260 Chester Road, on the sixth floor of the Spectrum Office Tower at the junction of I-75 and I-275. The state-of-the-art training room can accommodate up to ten students for SolidWorks 3D CAD classes.

A Grand Opening event is planned for Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011, and will run from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Prospects and customers alike are invited to meet local FISHER/UNITECH and SolidWorks staff, test drive SolidWorks 3D CAD, SolidWorks Simulation, SolidWorks Enterprise PDM or 3DVIA Composer software and grab a bite to eat. Product presentations will be available as well as the opportunity to mix and mingle with current customers to learn more about local successes working with SolidWorks products and FISHER/UNITECH. Details and online registration for the Grand Opening event can be found on FISHER/UNITECH’s website.

FISHER/UNITECH, established in 1993, provides Product Lifecycle Management solutions to discrete manufacturing companies. The company's focus is on process improvement for product development. Process improvement is obtained through the integration of advanced software solutions to replace legacy systems. The applications are focused on design, engineering and manufacturing. Professional services are offered for design automation and data management which provides customers with a full service, one-stop source for complex PLM systems. The company offers advanced web-based delivery of education programs with its interactive, instructor-led 3DU.

For more information, visit: www.funtech.com

Published in FISHER/UNITECH

Solidscape®, Inc., the leading manufacturer of high- precision 3D printers for lost wax casting and mold making applications, announces the hiring of CAD Cast Company, Ltd., as its representative in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. The company will be marketing the high-precision 3D wax printers to jewelry manufacturers and custom designers to support Solidscape's growth in Southeast Asia.

CAD Cast Co. brings many years of experience servicing the jewelry industry and its equipment needs in Southeast Asia. Its associates speak English, Thai and German providing the professional service CAD CAM equipment users find invaluable.

“This was an obvious choice for us.” Fabio Esposito, VP Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Solidscape remarks. “Their sales and service teams have the jewelry-making experience as well as the in-depth Solidscape product knowledge, making a tremendous difference for us in these very diverse countries.”

The Solidscape T76®plus and R66®plus printers for producing fully castable, high-resolution wax models use an additive technology called drop-on-demand (DoD) and employ the SCP© (Smooth Curvature Printing) technology that provides high-precision and accuracy. Both printers use the fully castable, proprietary plusCast™ and Indura®Fill materials that leave no residual ash, resulting in no shrinkage during the burnout process.

Solidscape®, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Stratasys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SSYS), is the leader in high-precision 3D printing systems for lost wax investment casting and mold making applications. Over the years, Solidscape has set the bar for the highest standards in surface finish, accuracy and material castability. Solidscape printers are marketed though a global network of distribution partners, and are used for casting fine jewelry, dental restorations, turbine blades, medical, orthopedics, consumer goods, electronics and many other high-preciison products.

For more information, visit: www.solid-scape.com

Published in Solidscape

Perceptron, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRCP), a global leader in non-contact measurement and inspection solutions, today announced that the Company’s Industrial Business Unit (IBU) has named nine additional value-added resellers in North America for its ScanWorks® xyz 3D laser scanning retrofit solution.

“ScanWorks® xyz presents a unique value-proposition to the market because it allows the end-user to expand their existing equipment capability at a fraction of the cost of a new system or alternative scanning solution,” commented Mark Hoefing, Perceptron Senior Vice President. “Leveraging our value-added resellers’ knowledge, experience, and existing customer relationships is the key to successful product deployments. All of the selected resellers have established customer bases in different geographical regions and industries and will allow Perceptron to gain a competitive advantage in the 3D laser scanning retrofit market.”

ScanWorks® xyz delivers all of the components required to add non-contact laser scanning capability to manual 1-, 2- or 3-axis coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), computer numerical controls machines (CNCs) and layout machines.  While an operator sweeps a non-contact laser sensor over the part and captures a precision digital representation at a rate of 23,000 points a second, ScanWorks® xyz software tightly synchronizes the position of the machine and sensor. The end result is a highly accurate cloud of points that can be used for reverse engineering, virtual assembly, engineering analysis, feature and surface inspection or rapid prototyping.

The following companies are new value-added resellers for Perceptron’s ScanWorks® xyz:

Bobier Metrology Solutions, Flint, MI - www.bobiermetrologysolutions.com
Canadian Measurement Metrology, Mississauga, Ont. - www.cmmxyz.com
CMM Specialty Services, Cleveland, OH - www.cmmspecialty.com
Exact Metrology, Cincinnati, OH - www.exactmetrology.com
HS&S Inc., Santa Clara, CA – www.hsands.com
John Blakely Company, Huntley, IL – www.cmmrepairme.com
Measurement Solutions Group, South Glastonbury, CT - www.MeasurementSolutionsGroup.com
MF Inspec, Greenville, SC – www.mfinspec.com
Rapid Scanning Solutions, Seal Beach, CA - www.rapidscanning.com


About Perceptron®
Perceptron develops, produces, and sells non-contact measurement and inspection solutions for industrial and commercial applications.  The products from the Company’s Industrial Business Unit (IBU) provide solutions for manufacturing process control as well as sensor and software technologies for non-contact measurement and inspection applications.  Automotive and manufacturing companies throughout the world rely on Perceptron’s metrology solutions to help them manage their complex manufacturing processes to improve quality, shorten product launch times and reduce overall manufacturing costs. IBU also offers Value Added Services such as training and customer support services. Perceptron’s Commercial Products Business Unit (CBU) develops and manufactures a variety of handheld visual inspection devices and add-on accessories for professional tradesmen that are sold to and marketed through strategic partners.  Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, Perceptron has approximately 230 employees worldwide, with operations in the United States, Germany, France, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Singapore, China and India.

For more information, visit: www.perceptron.com

Published in Perceptron

Delcam China has appointed eight of China’s leading SolidWorks resellers as sub-dealers in the country for Delcam’s integrated CAM system for SolidWorks, Delcam for SolidWorks.  These appointments reflect the growing popularity of Delcam for SolidWorks within the SolidWorks reseller channel since it was awarded Certified Gold Product status.  Delcam welcomes approaches from other established SolidWorks resellers wanting to add its CAM software to their product ranges.

"These companies will allow us to bring Delcam’s world-leading machining technology to SolidWorks users throughout China”, commented Joe Zhou, Delcam’s General Manager for Greater China.  "We are already achieving record sales in China this year and these additional appointments should give us even better results for the coming months.”

The eight new resellers are:

Shanxi SWT Technology Co., Ltd. (Shanxi Province);

Shijiazhuang Gotop Application Tech Co. (Hebei Province);

Henan Liuweikongjian Electronic Science & Tech. Co.Ltd (Henan Province)

Yantai Zhaoyang Ltd, (Shandong Province)

Golden Technology Development Co Ltd. (Hubei Province)

Wuhan Wincan Science & Technology Ltd. (Hubei Province)

Changsha CADStar IT Development Co.,Ltd. (Hunan Province)

Gansu Zhuoxinda Software Engineering Co. (Gansu Province)

Delcam for SolidWorks combines the benefits associated with Delcam’s PowerMILL and FeatureCAM CAM systems.  It is based on Delcam’s proven machining algorithms that are already used by more than 35,000 customers around the world.  These strategies ensure increased productivity, maximum tool life and immaculate surface finish, even when cutting the hardest, most challenging materials.

At the same time, Delcam for SolidWorks has the same strong focus on ease of use as FeatureCAM, including all of the knowledge-based automation that makes the software so consistent and reliable.  Most importantly, Delcam for SolidWorks includes FeatureCAM’s Automatic Feature Recognition system which automatically extracts detailed feature information from the SolidWorks model.  Once the features have been identified, Delcam for SolidWorks undertakes automatic selection of cutting tools, machining strategies, and feeds and speeds, to complete the programming operation.

Delcam for SolidWorks is, of course, fully integrated into the SolidWorks environment so that the program looks and behaves like SolidWorks.  It offers full associativity so that any changes in the CAD model are reflected automatically in the toolpaths.  However, this associativity is more intelligent than that offered in many other integrated CAM systems.  Delcam for SolidWorks does not simply modify the existing toolpaths but also reviews the choice of cutting tools and machining strategies, and changes them if necessary.

For more information, visit: www.delcamforsolidworks.com

Published in Delcam

3D Systems (NASDAQ: TDSC) - today announced that it added The SolidExperts, a recognized, successful SolidWorks Value Added Reseller to its growing network of 3D printers and solutions providers.

With a qualified team of experienced engineers and certified professionals, The SolidExperts deliver comprehensive sales, support, and industry-leading training for SolidWorks products, partner applications and now local access to the entire line-up of 3D Systems personal, professional and production 3D Printers throughout Florida.

“We are very pleased to add a top notch professional SolidWorks reseller of the caliber of The SolidExperts to our network. We believe that The SolidExperts team is uniquely qualified and well positioned to represent our comprehensive range of personal, professional and production 3D Printers,” said Michele Marchesan, vice president sales 3D Printing, 3D Systems Corporation.

“We selected 3D Systems as our partner because of their unmatched dimensional accuracy along with their capabilities in the areas of surface finish and producing fine detail parts. If part quality is important, we would encourage anyone to explore this technology,” said Mike Pomper, president, The SolidExperts.

3D Systems authorized channel partners sell and service the company’s growing line of personal, professional and production class 3-D printers. As an added benefit of representing 3D Systems, resellers also sell 3Dproparts™, the most comprehensive parts service on the market today.

The SolidExperts enables innovation and new product development for engineers and manufacturers. Founded by a team of dedicated, industry-focused sales and technical experts with unrivaled experience and product knowledge, The SolidExperts excel in providing complete design and engineering technology solutions including training, implementation and support. We apply the full power of the industry’s leading design software to help our clients achieve the highest levels of innovation and commercial success.

For more information, visit: www.thesolidexperts.com

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