Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Durham firm promotes power of new CNC software

A CNC specialist from the north-east of England has sang the praises of new production control software which is aiding it in its progression as a company.
Durham Precision Engineering has announced its partnership with Glasgow-based IT firm Berkeley Myles, which produces ProgressPlus in order to streamline operations on the firm’s shopfloor.
Kevin McEneny, the managing director of the firm, said the investment was solid as it provided the same options as larger systems on the market targeted at those using CNC machines and turning centres.
He continued: “I have been extremely impressed by the operational efficiency that ProgressPlus brings to the business and it is certainly one of the best packages that I have come across, with an excellent front end and user interface.”
ProgressPlus specialises in aiding manufacturers which specialise in injection moulding, toolmaking and ceramic machining, with the firm beginning its trading in 1996 and serving thousands of customers throughout the UK.

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