One of Canada’s leading CAD/CAM solution providers is demonstrating the benefits that Radan and Edgecam bring to the sheet metal and metal cutting industries, at the Innovate or Else conference.
Ambo Technologies Canada Ltd has helped numerous companies take their businesses to the next level by increasing their productivity and efficiency while lowering costs. The “Innovate or Else: Designing for Survival and Growth” conference is the perfect venue for visitors to see the innovative, state-of-the-art Edgecam and Radan software which provides all the machining software solutions they need to succeed.
Presented by Canadian Metalworking, and Design Engineering, the one day conference at the Toronto Congress Centre on Thursday 28th October will show design and manufacturing professionals how to streamline their processes, reduce costs and improve productivity. It includes presentations on “Making Technology Work For You,” “Driving Innovation and Competitiveness,” and “Automation in Low Production Manufacturing Environments.”
Ambo Technologies is one of just a handful of companies invited to exhibit at the conference. They have been supporting Canadian manufacturing since 1997 when they became the country’s first reseller of the market-leading Edgecam sheet-metal machining software. They continue to distribute Edgecam, along with Radan, which is recognised as the most powerful sheet metal CAD/CAM software in the world.
In addition, Ambo offers a suite of Z Corporation 3D printers to suit applications from high school education through the most demanding commercial environments. All their 3D printers: are the fastest on the market, have the lowest operating costs and are very affordable. Ambo President Bogdan Steiu says: “We offer several material systems for each printer to satisfy varying modeling needs. The material options allow you to customise the model properties for each application, further enhancing the convenience of Z Corp. 3D printers.”
Ambo also use Edgecam to program the Roland ASD 3D desktop milling machines they provide, enabling engineers and designers to mill 3D prototypes quickly and inexpensively.