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San Diego CAD CAM Purchased by MLC CAD

The combined company will provide customers with a comprehensive technical and customer service teams in the global Mastercam partner network.

The combined company will provide customers with a comprehensive technical and customer service teams in the global Mastercam partner network.

MLC CAD Systems, LLC, provider of engineering and manufacturing solutions with experience in CAD, CAM, CAE, PLM and additive manufacturing, has acquired San Diego CAD CAM Inc. For over 40 years, MLC CAD Systems has helped customers design, engineer and manufacture their products while optimizing the usage of applications including SOLIDWORKS, Mastercam, and Markforged 3D printers. The combined company will provide customers with a comprehensive technical and customer service teams in the global Mastercam partner network, serving over 13,000 customers across 24 offices, the companies report.

San Diego CAD CAM Inc. customers will have immediate access to MLC’s technical support staff for training and implementation, application troubleshooting, best practices, optimization strategies and post-development and modifications. To ensure a smooth transition, San Diego CAD CAM personnel will join the MLC CAD Systems team indefinitely, the companies report. 

MLC offers solutions such as CAM skills workshops, hands-on test drives and onsite consultation and education.

This most recent merger will continue to grow MLC’s share in the value-added reseller market.

“Over the last 40 years, more customers have seen the value MLC CAD Systems provides, which has led us to expand our reach into new markets in need of our services and solutions,” says Director of Business Development Joel Hill. “We are proud to have earned the trust of San Diego CAD CAM who passionately believes in their customers and wants to ensure they are prioritized and receive ‘Unbeatable Service’.”

About MLC CAD Systems

At MLC CAD Systems, the company offers 3D design, subtractive, and additive solutions from SOLIDWORKS, Mastercam and Markforged, along with the support of the company's application experts. 

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

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