CAM Logic Advances Into Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing
Holistic engineering solutions provider and additive manufacturer ushers in 25th year with new location in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Additive manufacturing lab. Photo Credit: CAM Logic Inc.
CAM Logic Inc. (Oxford, Michigan) provider of holistic engineering solutions and additive manufacturing (AM) services, has announced that it will be moving from Oxford, Michigan, to a state-of-the art facility in the heart of manufacturing in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
This move reportedly facilitates CAM Logic’s advance into the additive and subtractive manufacturing industry. The new facility is located in an existing building at 1751 Harmon Road, between Joslyn Road and M24.
“We are continuing to expand our capabilities across all lines of business. This move will not only support our growth, but will allow us to serve our clients more effectively and efficiently,” states Angelo Biondo, vice president of CAM Logic. “We are excited to be in close proximity to our customers, which will only solidify the relationships we have established over the past 25 years.”
Biondo explains that the new facility enables CAM Logic to optimize 7,000 square feet of space dedicated to manufacturing as well as a brand new 1,200-square-foot state-of-the-art, AM and metrology lab.
“This is an exciting milestone for CAM Logic as we anticipate moving into our new building in what will be our 25th year of business,” notes Yvonne Wiedemann, president of CAM Logic. “We can’t think of a better way to celebrate our longevity in business than by moving into a new building and ushering in a new era for our company.”
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