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Delcam India launches new office with successful seminar Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Friday, 21 December 2007
Exceptional ease of use has made FeatureCAM increasingly popular in India

Nashik: Delcam India launched its latest office in India on 14th December with a seminar for over 70 delegates.  The new office is in Nashik, in the north-west of Maharashtra State, about 200 kilometres from Mumbai.  The city mixes traditional and modern aspects, being one of the holiest cities for Hindus as well as being a rapidly-growing industrial centre, particularly for automotive component manufacture.
Highlights of the seminar were the latest releases of PowerINSPECT for On-Machine Verification and FeatureCAM for the programming of turning, turn-mill and wire EDM operations.  PowerINSPECT is growing in popularity in India, with the increased emphasis on quality control making it a valuable addition for all manufacturers of moulds, fixtures and components.  More than a hundred companies are now using the software in the country, with a variety of portable and traditional inspection devices.  FeatureCAM’s feature-based programming methods are also becoming more popular, with the exceptional ease-of-use being extremely attractive to companies that are struggling to find sufficient skilled CAM programmers.

Delcam has been operating in India, selling direct to customers through its own sales force since 2000, when it opened its first branch office.  Delcam India is based in a new £0.5 million, 12,000 square feet office building in Pune.  The company also operates offices in India’s main industrial centres, including Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Ludhiana.

Delcam India has more than 60 employees and approximately 400 customers, including automotive majors Tata Motors, Bajaj Auto, Force Motors and Maruti Udyog, component suppliers Amtek Group, Varroc and Anurang, the Footwear Design and Development Institute and the National Aerospace Laboratories, as well as leading toolmakers such as CTM India and ASB International.
"Nashik is an important region for Delcam as it is an up-and-coming city for the die and mould industry,” commented Delcam India General Manager, Vineet Seth.  "We already have 20 customers in the area, including Shree Engineers, VIP Industries and Peter McLean Associates.  With the new office, we are looking forward to generating a bigger customer base in the city.”
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