SPRING Technologies will hold the CUST 2013 at Aerospace museum, Le Bourget

The 5th edition of SPRING Technologies' Users Club (CUST) will be placed under the triple sign of integration, connectivity and mobility

SPRING Technologies, vendor of dedicated NC solutions to enhance shop floor productivity, announces that its annual meeting of NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS users, CUST 2013, will be held in Paris, Le Bourget at the aerospace museum, on November 7th 2013.

The agenda will include

  • Welcome - by Gilles Battier, CEO of SPRING Technologies
  • Success stories presented by major groups and SMEs based on their experience of the NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS portfolio
  • WYSIWYC live demonstration – product / features overview
  • "Process and solutions" workshops: an opportunity to share ideas and tips for getting full value from the SPRING Technologies solutions

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"We launched our first CUST in 2008. We wanted to federate our customers and gives them the opportunity to exchange, once a year, their experiences regarding the complete NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS portfolio", says Gilles Battier, CEO of SPRING Technologies.

"Last year our Users Club took an international dimension, in line with the business strategy of the company. Our goal for the 2013 edition: demonstrate to our manufacturing experts that innovation and vision, at SPRING Technologies, is a reality. Following the announcement of our "smart solutions" earlier this year, of which NCSIMUL Machine 9, NCSIMUL Player 9, NCSIMUL DNC, are the cornerstones, we announced the first step at the Paris Air Show, in terms of integration, connectivity and mobility, in partnership with FANUC and PANASONIC. This year, all participants to CUST 2013 will have the opportunity to see a live demonstration of the second step, What You See is What You Cut (WYSIWYC). We have laid the foundations of the "smart" manufacturing, and we continue to develop the most advanced technologies to offer manufacturers the opportunity to make the most of their numerical control machine."

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