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CAMplete Solutions Partners with Phillips Federal

CAMplete Solutions and Phillips Corporation, Federal Division have joined forces to offer CAMplete TruePath to their new and existing customers.

"Phillips Federal dedicates its services to partnering with the U.S. Government to solve their toughest manufacturing challenges," said a spokesperson. "Adding TruePath to its milling machine options will provide new capabilities for customers in hardware and software."

"We are excited about our partnership with CAMplete, and we feel that it is an excellent solution to add to our database for our customers. CAMplete supports a wide variety of CAM software that our customers currently use, and this addition will help support a wide range of customer manufacturing needs," said Brian Kristaponis, Applications Engineer for Phillips Federal.

"CAMplete TruePath is an easy-to-use application that takes you from your CAM System to your 5-axis machine efficiently and safely," said the spokesperson. "TruePath's customizable post-processor allows users to output NC programs with no on-machine editing required. 5-axis simulation, visualization and verification tools give users the confidence of knowing how a machine will behave before running a single line of G-code."

"We are excited to be partnering with a leading machine tool supplier like Phillips Federal. With software and hardware getting more complex every year, this partnership will bring tremendous value to our mutual customers moving forward. Pairing its impressive line of machines with our industry proven solution will ensure Phillips' customers are getting the most out of their milling machines. We are honored to be a part of their success, and look forward to helping them make the transition to 5-axis machining as seamless as possible," said Jeff Fritsch, VP Sales and Marketing, CAMplete.

For more information contact:

CAMplete Solutions Inc.

120 Otonabee Dr.

Kitchener, Ontario


Phillips Federal

7390 Coca Cola Drive, Suite 200

Hanover, MD 21076

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