CAD/CAM Connect Launches Online Series Helping Buyers Make Better Decisions

Online manufacturing destination educates companies on what CAD/CAM hardware and software products fit best into their design to manufacturing workflow process.

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CAD/CAM Online Series Helping You Make Better Decisions

'You’ve got to know the right questions to ask, and the right people to get answers from,' says Ken Wilson

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

Researching and ultimately choosing CAD/CAM software (computer-aided design and manufacturing) can be a daunting, confusing and time consuming task. There are a lot of moving pieces, and one bad decision can not only be costly, but sometimes devastating.

CAD/CAM Connect recognized this, and launched an online series of articles providing valuable insight and “insider tips” for buyers, mechanical engineers, machinists, design and IT professionals focusing on what they need to know and ask before they actually cut a check.

“You’ve got to know the right questions to ask, and the right people to get answers from,” says Ken Wilson, Founder & CEO of CAD/CAM Connect. We have access to these suppliers and experts on one website and we’re one phone call or email away. If we can help simplify this process, while helping people make better decisions, we’ve done our job. This is one of the reasons we launched this series.”

By teaming up with suppliers and one of the largest Online Mechanical CAD communities, ConnectPress, CAD/CAM Connect provides articles to ConnectPress’ 350,000 + subscribers and their communities including; Autodesk Inventor, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks and CATIA, Siemens SolidEdge and Parametric Technologies (PTC) - Creo.

"With CAD/CAM Connect’s industry knowledge, thousands of engineering and supplier contacts, and strong understanding of the entire design to manufacturing workflow process, we knew the articles he (Ken Wilson) and his partner suppliers provided would be valuable to our audience," says Dan Raker, publisher, ConnectPress.

The articles include “Choosing the Right …” – CAM software, CAD software, ERP, reverse engineering technology, large-format printer, prototype material, CAD hardware, CAD training and more.

For information and/ or to receive any of these articles, please contact Ken Wilson at 512.773.1521 or ken(at)cadcamconnect(dot)com.

About http://www.cadcamconnect.com
CADCAMConnect.com partners with multiple CAD/CAM/CAE product and service vendors who are among the top in their industry. The site offers advice and recommendations, gives visitors access to user comments, MCAD forums and technical whitepapers with great offers in one place.

SPECIALTIES include:

  • 3D product design & modeling (CAD) • visualization • simulation (CAE) • computer aided manufacturing (CAM) • design automation • 3D content • collaboration • data management • digital prototyping • business process improvement • product lifecycle management • CAD training • rapid prototyping • 3D printing • reverse engineering • job placement • contract CAD help • CNC equipment • ERP• large format printers • raster to vector

About ConnectPress Ltd. ConnectPress creates online communities that connect more than 350,000 subscribers from a variety of design technology and environmental sustainability-related industries. ConnectPress’ communities provide industry and technology news and education. In 1991 ConnectPress started with MicroStation and Pro/E magazines and has expanded to publish websites focused on CAD and PLM applications including Autodesk Inventor, CATIA, SolidWorks, NX, Revit, Teamcenter, Windchill and ENOVIA. For more information, visit http://www.connectpress.com.