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New website for Mastercam users

| Editor: Briggette Jaya

Masters of CAM also includes featured stories, which are produced by CNC Software.
Masters of CAM also includes featured stories, which are produced by CNC Software. (Source: CNCSoftware)

Developers of Mastercam, CNC Software, has just launched a new website, Masters of CAM, for its users worldwide.

Masters of CAM is a content-driven platform for Mastercam users to post stories of their skills and accomplishments. It is designed to develop as a hub for anyone with an interest in manufacturing to keep up with the CAD/CAM community that is driving technology and innovation around the world, CNC Software says.

In addition to user-generated content, Masters of CAM also includes featured stories, which are produced by U.S.-based CNC Software. These are videos presenting individuals and organisations that have had inspiring experiences as Mastercam users. Furthermore, compelling stories submitted through this website will be considered for development into additional featured stories content in future, CNC Software notes.

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Industry professionals, students and educators in the Mastercam community are encouraged to join Masters of CAM and share their experiences. Templates will guide story submissions on the website. The first template already available is “What makes you a Master of CAM?”

According to the company, this platform will grow with additional templates being open to all users. It will also include templates for submissions from participants in contests hosted or sponsored by CNC Software.

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