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9/14/2018

Doosan, CAMplete Solutions Enter Cooperative Agreement

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Equipping Doosan’s CNC machines with CAMplete’s verification, postprocessing and simulation software will save users time and money, according to the companies.

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In a partnership, Doosan Machine Tools now offers CAMplete Solutions’ CAMplete TruePath software on its milling machines. Equipping Doosan’s CNC machines with CAMplete’s verification, postprocessing and simulation software will save users time and money, according to the companies.

“Offering CAMplete’s TruePath software allows us to provide a proven, universal postprocessor that also includes verification and optimization for the most efficient use of our customers’ Doosan five-axis and five-sided milling machines,” says Jim Shiner, director of sales and marekting with Doosan. “The collision detection offered with TruePath brings peace of mind, lowers the learning curve for those new to five-axis machining and truly helps save time and money.”

“This partnership will provide our mutual customers with a rock solid ‘out of the box’ solution. This is a tremendous added value for any new and existing Doosan customer, especially as both machines and software get more complex every year,” says Jeff Fritsch, vice president of sales and marketing with CAMplete. “Customers are noticing and invest heavily into five-axis machines, and this new partnership is here to ensure they get the most out of their machine.”

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