IMAGINiT Earns Autodesk CAM Specialization

Manufacturers turn to IMAGINiT for end-to-end computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solutions.

Manufacturers turn to IMAGINiT for end-to-end computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solutions.

With Autodesk’s CAM Specialized Partner designation, IMAGINiT Technologies now offers manufacturers a complete CAD/CAM solution that connects and automates the entire design and manufacturing process. 

“As an Autodesk Platinum Partner and Premier Service Provider, we’re excited that IMAGINiT has demonstrated proficient knowledge in CAM to earn the Autodesk CAM Specialization,” says Joe Bailey, sales manager, Advanced Manufacturing Division, Autodesk. “With this designation manufacturers will be in good hands with IMAGINiT regardless if they’re looking to improve their CNC mill-and-lathe-programming, create complex mold and die components or focus on optimizing and automating their overall workflow.” 

“Our CAM specialists have undergone rigorous training from Autodesk experts and are ready to bring their skills into the shops of our customers to help them modernize their complete tooling and machining workflows,” says Scott Hale, vice president consulting solutions, IMAGINiT Technologies. “Through the use of Autodesk’s CAM solutions, our customers can now generate high-speed machine toolpaths that reduce cycle times and create less tool and machine wear, resulting in faster and more accurate production of parts.” 

IMAGINiT will be offering some related webasts that are detailed as follows: 

“Streamline CNC Programming Workflows with Autodesk PowerMill” will be held at 1:00 p.m. EST on August 6, 2020. 

“Automating CAM Processes with Autodesk FeatureCAM” which will run on August 19, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. EST.

Registration for these webcasts is free but required. For more information on IMAGINiT’s CAM capabilities, click here.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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