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3-Minute Customer Feedback Survey
Step 1 of 3
Which of the following most closely describes your company?
Engineering services provider
Maintenance and repair shop
Production job shop
Which of the following most closely describes the products your company makes?
Molds, tools, and dies
Assemblies but not finished products
What materials does your company machine? (check all that apply)
Plastics, Acrylics, Phenolics - Nylon, Polypropylene, Delrin, Graphite, etc.
Soft Metals - Aluminum Brass, Copper, Cast or Ductile Iron, etc.
Soft, Medium, or Hard Steel - 1018, 4130, 4340, P20, A-2, D-2, etc.
Hard Materials - HAYNES 25, Stellite, Inconel, Monel Titanium, etc.)
How many employees are in your company?
1 – 3 employees
4 - 10
11 - 25
26 - 50
51 - 100
How many of each of the following CNC machines does your company have? Please enter a number including "0" if you do not have any.
2 Axis Lathe
3 Axis Mill
Multi-axis (4 axis - 5 axis positional)
Multi-axis (4 axis - 5 axis simultaneous)
Fabrication (plasma, laser, waterjet)
What are the most common problems you face when providing CNC programs for the machines? (check all that apply)
Ability to create the optimum tool path
Making sure there is the right tooling on the machine
Getting the right fixtures for the parts
Complex designs that are difficult to machine
Time to prove out the program before final run
Having a post processor that generates "no edit" G-Code
How many NC programmers does your company have?
1 (full time or full time equivalent)
3 or more
How long has your company had CAMWorks?
less than 3 months
4 months - 2 years
3 – 4 years
5 years or more
What was the main reason your company decided to license CAMWorks?
Bought a new machine
Hired CNC programmers who wanted CAMWorks
Wanted to improve programming productivity
Needed better integration with CAD
Wanted ability to open all kinds of files without the need for translation
Poor support from previous CAM vendor
When you licensed CAMWorks, what did you do with your previous CAM?
No previous CAM. CAMWorks was our first CAM.
Replaced it with CAMWorks.
Continue to use it.
Okay, Got it.