The AMS 360 team (left to right) Mike Belanger, Jeff Stelling, Rob Kobielski Click image to enlargeSolidCAD, a professional services company and Canada’s largest Autodesk Platinum Partner, has acquired AMS 360 Inc., another Autodesk reseller.

Windsor, Ont.-based AMS 360 is a full-service CNC and CAD/CAM training provider for the manufacturing sector that provides optimization of the programming process, machine tool data creation and post-processor builds.

“AMS360 has excelled at providing Autodesk CAM products to it’s customers in Canada,” stated Marcus Tateishi, president of SolidCAD.  “We’re excited to have their whole team joining us and welcome their customers to the SolidCAD family.  By combining our capabilities, AMS360 and SolidCAD can provide our manufacturing customers with immediate benefits helping them prepare for new and innovate ways they can adopt technology that improve business operations and manufacturing processes.”

SolidCAD has been in the reseller channel for more than 25 years and said in a press release that this acquisition will expand its application specialist team, knowledge and services for Autodesk’s advanced manufacturing solutions including FeatureCAM, PowerMill, PowerShape and PowerInspect.

“We are excited to join the Advanced Manufacturing Team at SolidCAD. The decision to merge with Canada’s largest Autodesk Platinum Reseller will solidify our position as the premier leader in Digital Manufacturing Solutions for the Canadian industry”, says Robert Kobielski, founder of AMS 360. “With SolidCAD, we can now expand our offerings to include the full, unified portfolio of Autodesk solutions, along with new products developed specifically for our customer’s needs. We intend to leverage the best technology with a dedicated development team to standardize our customer’s daily work and increase their programming capacity and flexibility”.

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