The automotive industry is in the middle of a seismic shift away from internal combustion engines – but in terms of manufacturing the necessary component parts and assemblies necessary for electric vehicles, it’s all change in that department too.
There is no denying that skilled machinists are hard to come by. With a large percentage of the current workforce of NC programmers and machinists getting ready to retire and a shortage of newly qualified engineering talent, finding people to work in this industry and fill the void is becoming increasingly difficult.
After a decade of using Vericut machine simulation, verification and optimisation software, Advanced Manufacturing – Sheffield (AML) is extolling the virtues of providing industry-leading protection for its high-value capital assets and expensive parts. PES reports.
CGTech is celebrating the success of the MACH 2022 exhibition. Visitors had the opportunity to learn more about the company’s full range of CNC simulation, verification and optimisation software solutions.
‘If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got’ is a truism that CGTech, developer of Vericut – leading CNC simulation, verification and optimisation software – has been stating to manufacturers in many industry sectors since 1988.