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CAMX 2015 preview: Autometrix

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Autometrix Inc. (Grass Valley, CA, US) will emphasize its entire cutter lineup, including several static cutting tables and a newly released conveyor system called Catalyst.

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Autometrix Inc. (Grass Valley, CA, US) will emphasize its entire cutter lineup, including several static cutting tables and a newly released conveyor system called Catalyst. PatternSmith, a full 2D CAD software package, includes machine control features, developed in-house at the Autometrix facility in northern California. Autometrix will demonstrate the cutting of composite materials on the new Catalyst conveyor system in the booth. Software demos will be available as requested on site, as well. 


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