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Pace of Sales Continues for Nation’s Leading Mastercam Software Reseller MLC CAD Systems

After MLC CAD Systems became the Nation's leading reseller of Mastercam CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software in 2013, sales continue to accrue at the same record-setting pace. Joel Hill, Director of Business Development for MLC CAD Systems attributed the company's sales success to the power and flexibility of the Mastercam product line converging with a robust manufacturing sector in the Southern United States.

Joel commented, “During the past three-to-five years many manufacturers have begun to take advantage of significant improvements in CAM software to double and even triple their productivity with existing manpower. These improvements have been so impressive that some of the work previously lost to low-cost, off-shore competitors is returning to the United States.”

With 14 offices throughout the Southern United States, MLC CAD has taken advantage of growing opportunities in the region’s aerospace, medical device, energy, and oil and gas industries to become North America’s leading reseller of Mastercam software – the CAM software most widely used by manufacturers throughout the world.

And with Mastercam at the hub of their computer aided manufacturing capabilities, users can orchestrate a wide range of labor saving technologies including Mastercam Dynamic Tool Motion. In some instances, machine shops and industrial manufacturers have reduced cycle times up to 70% using Mastercam’s game-changing Dynamic Motion toolpaths.

Benefits of Mastercam Dynamic Motion Technology:

  • Keeps your tool in a safe, optimum cutting condition
  • Heat goes into chip, increase tool life, less tool changes
  • Reduce cycle times
  • Cut hard-to-machine materials
  • See benefits on any machine

Joel added, “Furthermore, Dynamic Motion dramatically extends tool life, saves wear and tear on machines, and cuts hard materials more easily. Then this is where the reseller comes in. A good one makes sure that all the pieces fit together and does not walk away from the installation until he’s sure that the CAM system will actually deliver all the CNC manufacturing improvements it is fully capable of.”

MLC CAD Systems wants to thank all of our customers who made us the nation’s leading Mastercam Reseller and also the leading reseller for SolidWorks 3D CAD Software in the Southern United States in 2013.

About MLC CAD Systems: Founded in 1982, MLC CAD Systems has been in business for over 30 years as a value-added-reseller of industry-leading solutions for design, analysis, manufacturing, data publishing, and data management. Our hands-on professionals team implements a wide variety of solutions, including Mastercam, Master3DGage, SolidWorks, SolidWorks Simulation, SolidWorks Plastics, SolidWorks Composer, SolidWorks Electrical, SolidWorks Inspection and SolidWorks Enterprise Product Data Management. Visit us on the web at www.mlc-cad.com or call 800-364-1652.

About Mastercam: Developed by CNC Software, Inc., Mastercam is Windows®-based CAD/CAM software for 2- through 5-axis routing, milling and turning, 2- and 4-axis wire EDM, 2D and 3D design, surface and solid modeling, artistic relief cutting, and Swiss machining. Mastercam CAD/CAM solutions have more than 187,000 installations in 75 countries, in industries including mold-making, prototyping, automotive, medical, aerospace, and consumer products. www.mastercam.com

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