Computer Aided Technology expands to Texas

BUFFALO GROVE — Computer Aided Technology Inc., a provider of software, 3D printing, 3D scanning and other technology, enters a new market with the opening of an office in Fort Worth, Texas.

“We are bringing extensive knowledge and local support to companies involved in engineering and product development across Texas,” says Rich Werneth, president of Computer Aided Technology. “Texas is a hub for the development of cutting-edge products from industries such as aerospace, medical, dental, defense, telecommunications, and energy. Our team of engineering experts provides the latest offerings from Stratasys, Creaform, Desktop Metal, PostProcess Technologies and Materialise, as well as training and technical support to help local companies grow and improve their businesses.”

The new facility compliments its Stratasys facility in Richardson, Texas, the company said. The Buffalo Grove-based company now has 32 satellite offices across the U.S. that offer local training and support to customers

In addition to 3D services, Computer Aided Technology offers metrology, product data management, design automation and implementation solutions.


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