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12/2/2016

Emuge, Mastercam Establish Partnership

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The companies will share data, best practices and host joint seminars and training events.

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Emuge Corp. (West Boylston, Massachusetts) has established a partnership with CNC Software Inc. (Tolland, Connecticut), developers of Mastercam CAD/CAM software. Both companies will share technical data and best practices on machining applications and programs, participate in joint seminars and training events, and collaborate to develop and promote advanced, high-productivity machining solutions for North American manufacturers. Emuge and Mastercam are planning upcoming training and seminar events for 2017.

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