Trade Association Solidcam UK joins British Turned Parts Manufacturers Association

Editor: MA Alexander Stark

UK — Provider of integrated CAM software, Solidcam UK, joined The British Turned Parts Manufacturers Association (BTMA) as a Technical Member.

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Solidcam UK provides integrated CAM software with support for Mill-Turn and Sliding Head Technology to the UK market.
Solidcam UK provides integrated CAM software with support for Mill-Turn and Sliding Head Technology to the UK market.
(Source: Solidcam)

The BTMA is a Trade Association for UK Manufacturing Companies producing precision turned parts and machined components on a sub-contract basis. It provides support and advice to its Members, whilst raising their individual profiles through a website and Buyers Guide. The association's membership of EAMA allows it to represent its specific market sector and lobby both UK banking and Government departments.

Now, Solidcam UK joined the association as a technical member. The company states that it could help BTMA Members get the most out of their high-end multi-tasking CNC machines, using Solidcam, as there was no limit to the number of axes it can control and synchronise with Mill/Turn applications.

From its UK Technology Centre, the company provides full Post Processor support, Training and Product Support, as well as Live Total Manufacturing Solution Seminars with Live Cutting together with their leading technical partners for tooling, work-holding, automation etc. Post Processors are never delivered from Post Libraries but are written by their Expert Application Engineers at the Centre, ensuring precise implementation to suit their customers’ requirements. “Our aim is to add value to the BTMA by working with our technical partners, to help its members achieve their ambitions to become more sustainably profitable and very much look forward to working as a valued Technical Member of the BTMA,” continues Gordon Drysdale, Solidcam UK. “Solidcam UK will provide support to BTMA Members with turning and advanced turning applications, in this regard we look forward to working with them in the future,” says Peter Hobbs, Director, BTMA.

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