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June 3, 2014
Striker Systems announces new Canadian distributor
Striker Systems, White House, Tenn., a developer of sheet metal manufacturing systems, has named 3dSolid, Ottawa, Ont., as its newest Canadian distributor.
The distributor, a CAD/CAM systems integrator focusing on metal fabrication,... Read more...
February 14, 2013
Striker Systems adds to sales staff
Striker Systems, White House, Tenn., has named Jonathan Baker as marketing and social strategist. He is responsible for heading all promotional efforts, graphical and web-based design, and social media as it pertains to the company's global and... Read more...
September 7, 2012
Connecting 3-D modeling to nesting
The idea of connectivity just doesn’t connect with some people. Many companies have shop management software that isn’t integrated with shop floor production controls, and management really doesn’t have a real-time picture of... Read more...
May 2, 2011
Nesting interface for CAD/CAM released
Striker Systems has announced the release of PARTshare for Siemens' Solid Edge 3-D CAD system. The add-in allows the CAD system to share sheet metal manufacturing data with Striker Systems’ nesting software.
An individual part or entire... Read more...
July 30, 2009
Enhanced CAD/CAM nesting software facilitates use of irregular-shaped sheets, plates
Striker Systems, a sheet metal manufacturing software developer, has announced the release of STRIKER 2010 Sheet Metal CAD/CAM & Nesting. Driven by customer input, STRIKER 2010 offers many enhancements to existing features and introduces new... Read more...
July 15, 2008
CAD/CAM, nesting software introduced
Striker Systems has announced the availability of FAB Professional 2009, the AutoCAD®-based version of the company's sheet metal CAD/CAM and nesting software. The software provides direct integration with AutoCAD 2009 and AutoCAD Mechanical... Read more...
December 12, 2006
Can your manufacturing software do this?
Software has changed the nature of fabricating. Most fabricating shops hammer out the manufacturing details of a job on their own computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software packages immediately upon receipt of the customer's engineering... Read more...