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CGTech Announces 24 Vericut User Events in 2017

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The first takes place March 7 near the company’s California headquarters.


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CGTech has announced plans for 24 Vericut Users’ Exchange (VUE) events for its customers in 2017. These events will all take place in North America. Those interested in attending can register at cgtech.com.

At the day-long events, attendees will learn about new software features, tips and tricks for improving manufacturing efficiency and optimization, and will have the opportunity to meet with CGTech staff and influence the future direction of the software. The agenda is customer-driven following a survey that was distributed at the end of 2016.

Each year CGTech hosts these VUE events for its customers. In 2016, more than 1,600 Vericut users attended more than 45 VUE events in 15 countries.


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