DSI to sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist AI Software

 DSI, a large solution provider for Autodesk Fusion, will sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist,an AI solution for CNC machine programming, to North American precision CNC workshops.

 DSI, a large solution provider for Autodesk Fusion, will sell CloudNC’s CAM Assist,an AI solution for CNC machine programming, to North American precision CNC workshops.

CloudNC, a manufacturing technology company backed by Autodesk and Lockheed Martin, announces that Design and Software International (DSI) will sell CAM Assist, an AI solution for CNC machine programming, to its North American customer base. 

DSI, a manufacturing software specialist and a U.S.-based large reseller for Autodesk Fusion, already has relationships with thousands of North American CAM CAD programmers. Its new reseller partnership with CloudNC will immediately make CAM Assist available to its active, engaged user base.

CAM Assist was released in 2023 and is used by hundreds of CAM programmers worldwide, but the partnership with DSI will make it more accessible to existing Fusion customers, enabling even more U.S. and Canada manufacturers to benefit from its efficiency gains. 

“CAM Assist is a game-changer for precision machining, and this agreement with DSI brings its benefits to U.S. users far faster,” says Theo Saville, founder of CloudNC. “DSI’s credibility as a CAD CAM software provider is well established, and with its support, more programmers will apply CAM Assist to increase machine uptime, slash lead times, improve process stability, and upskill staff to become expert machinists more quickly.”

“CAM Assist is designed to help manufacturers break through the barriers that traditionally hinder the scaling of programming operations,” Jon Caliguri, president of DSI, says. “It significantly shortens the learning curve for new programmers and unlocks new efficiency gains in existing programming teams. Moreover, CAM Assist can be a useful tool in quoting jobs more accurately, in less time by users with minimal training or experience.”

CAM Assist uses advanced computer science techniques and AI to generate professional machining strategies for three-axis parts in seconds, which could take CNC machine programmers hours or even days to manually create. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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