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CNC Software Inc. Partnership to Distribute Software in United Kingdom

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Engineering Technology Group will sell Mastercam and Cimco software in the United Kingdom.

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CNC Software Inc. (Tolland, Connecticut) has partnered with an independent machine tool and equipment supplier to help them strengthen their commitment to offering a “total customer solution” by announcing a new agreement with them. Engineering Technology Group (ETG), which employs 100 people at its headquarters in Wellesbourne, United Kingdom, has signed a deal to sell Mastercam and Cimco software across the United Kingdom, providing manufacturers with access to the latest CAM and CNC technology.

It is a relationship that has already proved successful in Ireland, and ETG believes it has the potential to generate more than £2 million of sales in its first year. The firm has appointed Darren Clarke as Product Manager to support this plan, and he will be responsible for sales and technical support.

“Cimco and Mastercam are two of the world’s leading CNC and CAM software providers, and their state-of-the-art packages can be easily integrated into the machine tools that we supply to clients involved in the automotive, aerospace, nuclear, oil and gas, and rail sectors,” says Martin Doyle, managing director of ETG.

ETG is said to work with more than 100 customers every year, supplying turnkey solutions for milling, turning and automation, including Nakamura-Tome, Chiron, Hardinge, Bridgeport, Stama and Quaser machines, with the latest agreement increasing its capability in CAD/CAM software.

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