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How a CAD/CAM Consultant Can Help

This article gives a good picture of why and when some shops turn to an independent software specialist for CAD/CAM services such as CNC programming of difficult or complex parts.

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This article from Mastercam profiles the CAD/CAM "power user" as a resource person who can bridge the gap when a shop's CAD/CAM technology or programming capabilities can't keep up for some reason. It gives a good picture of why and when some shops turn to an independent software specialist for CAD/CAM services such as CNC programming of difficult or complex parts. A focus on one of these power users, Jayson Kramer of Precision Programming Services, portrays an expert contract CNC programmer in action. How he leverages advanced software features to solve problems or train other uses is revealing.

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