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3/2/2018

CGTech Schedules 26 North American Events for Vericut Users

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Attendees at the Vericut Users Exchange (VUE) events can learn about new software features, get tips for improving efficiency and give input on the future direction of the software.

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CGTech (Irvine, California) has scheduled 26 free Vericut Users’ Exchange (VUE) events in North America for 2018, the first of which will be held March 20 in Irvine. Attendees can learn about new software features, get tips for improving manufacturing efficiency and express ideas about the future direction of the software.

Each year the company hosts VUE events for its customers. Last year, more than 1,600 Vericut users attended more than 45 events in 15 countries. The agenda is customer-driven following a survey that was distributed at the end of 2017. 

To register for a VUE event, users can call 949-753-1050 or visit cgtech.com/about/vue. A list of currently scheduled worldwide events is available on the website.

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