11/4/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Mastercam Webinar Shares Dirty Little Secret About Tool Cost

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Mastercam will host a webinar December 3, 2:00 pm ET, addressing the dirty little secret about tool cost and how to avoid leaving money on the table.

Today’s cutting tools are not your father’s tools and the toolpath strategies that drive them have also changed drastically. Mastercam will host a webinar with MoldMaking Technology, December 3, 2:00 pm ET, addressing the dirty little secret about tool cost and how to avoid leaving money on the table. Learn the difference between tool price and cost, and how to evaluate tool life, material removal rates, and cost and performance data to gain a competitive advantage. See how proper cost analysis can open new business opportunities while also increasing productivity and profitability.

Primary topics that will be covered during this webinar include understanding the huge difference between tool price and tool cost, learning how tool cost impacts job profitability, dispelling common myths about tool cost savings and why the programmer needs a voice in cutting tool purchases.

Register for this webinar here!

The webinar will be presented by Stas Mylek, Partnership Program Manager; CNC Software, Inc. Mylek, has worked at CNC Software, Inc., developers of Mastercam, for over 12 years in the roles of Director of Product Management, Senior Product Marketing, and most recently, as Partnership Program Manager. His attention now focuses on building strategic alliances and partnerships that bring new and emerging technology to the CAD/CAM market. He has authored many CAM technology articles for manufacturing trade publications, been a frequent trade conference speaker, and has conducted numerous seminars on Dynamic Motion, machining, and cutting tool technologies. A CAD/CAM industry veteran of over 30+ years, he has held positions in Product Management, Business Development, and Sales/Marketing.

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