CGTech Schedules Vericut User's Exchange Events

CGTech has announced the 2010 schedule for Vericut User's Exchange (Vue) events. Attendees will learn about new software features for improving CNC manufacturing efficiency and will have the opportunity to express ideas about the future direction of the software. The agenda will include a review of enhancements added in Vericut 7. This latest release features enhancements that reduce the time required for manufacturing engineers to develop, analyse, inspect and document the CNC programming and machining process, according to the company.

Instead of focusing on new features or add-on modules, CGTech developer resources have prioritised on diligent code optimisation and enhancements. Another feature of the Vue events is the productivity workshop, in which the company's engineers will highlight specific productivity features. When registering for any of the events, users have the opportunity to suggest topics for inclusion in the workshop.

European Vue events will take place on: 22 April in Worcester, England; 28 April in Schkopau, Germany; 11 May in Jonkoping, Sweden; 12 May in Glasgow, Scotland; 25 May in Treviso, Italy; 27 May in Milan, Italy; 1 June in Brive, France; 3 June in Le Vesinet, France; 15 September in Sheffield, England; and 7 October in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Additional Vue events are planned for later in the year in Denmark, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Russia.

CGTech specialises in numerical-control (NC/CNC) simulation, verification, optimisation and analysis software technology. Vericut is used for simulating CNC machining and is claimed to improve the efficiency of CNC machines, including those from manufacturers such as DMG, Mazak, Mori Seiki, Makino, Hermle and Chiron. Vericut runs standalone but can also be interfaced with a variety of computer-aided-manufacturing systems.


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