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PartMaker announces Road Show to promote 2013 release

Delcam’s PartMaker Division will host a nine-city tour across the USA, starting in January, to educate customers and prospective users on the new technology available in the new 2013 software release. The nationwide tour is titled the "PartMaker 2013 Road Show” where the theme is that attendees should "Forget What You Think You Know About PartMaker!”

The Road Show kicks off on January 30th and 31st in Memphis, Tennessee, concluding in May in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Each stop will be two days in duration. The first half day of each stop will be a more general, theatre-style presentation discussing the new technology available in PartMaker 2013. The remaining day-and-a-half of each session will be a more technical, hands-on training session focussed on the new Advanced Surface Machining module in the release.

The full schedule for the PartMaker 2013 Road Show is as follows:

- January 30 – 31: Memphis, Tennessee
- February 6 – 7: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- February 12 – 13: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
- February 27 – 28: Los Angeles, California
- March 13 – 14: Sturbridge, Massachusetts
- March 26 – 27: Rochester, New York
- April 3 – 4: Chicago, Illinois
- April 17 – 18: Columbus, Ohio
- May 8 – 9: Minneapolis, Minnesota

A complete schedule, detailed explanation and registration form for each stop can be found at http://www.partmaker.com/roadshow2013/

"PartMaker 2013 is probably the most significant release in the history of the product” claimed PartMaker Division President, Hanan Fishman. "With its new ultra-sleek user interface and a host of new, advanced milling strategies, PartMaker 2013 offers its users perhaps the most comprehensive and powerful CAM system on the market today for the full spectrum of production machining applications, all while maintaining the software’s hallmark, industry-leading ease of use.”

"With PartMaker 2013 being such a significant release, we thought, what better way to educate the advanced manufacturing community than to visit a number 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 great networking event for attendees.”

19 December 2012

 
 
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