This year ac&e will be demonstrating our StruCIM® welding and cutting software at the annual NASCC Steel Conference in Toronto, which takes place over three days from the 26th to 28th of March.
We’ll be demonstrating how using our StruCIM® cutting software will save you time and money, explaining how its integrated software system drives robotically controlled plasma cutting systems and automates beam and plate cutting for structural steel application.
You’ll also get the chance to see how the StruCIM® software is highly automated, user friendly and easy to integrate, giving you dramatic throughput improvements.
Join us at NASCC and see why one of Canada’s top developers of automation for the structural steel industry (CFR of Québec) is now providing robotic cutting solutions powered by our StruCIM® software.
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ac&e once again supported the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) Waste Water Planning User Group (WaPUG), Autumn Conference 7th-9th November 2012.
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