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DP Technology Corp., a CAM software supplier based in Camarillo, CA, is now a certified "Value-Inspired Parnter" (VIP) with Mazak Corp., Florence, KY (Mazak Canada, Cambridge, ON).

DP's flagship product is ESPRIT, a programming system for milling, turning, wire EDM and multi-tasking machines.

Mazak's VIP program brings together producers of complementary technologies to create more innovative products and turnkey processes for its customers.

“We are pleased to welcome DP Technology as the newest member of our VIP program,” says Brian Papke, president of Mazak Corp. “The company has shown itself to be a very proactive collaboration partner and one that represents the values of the VIP program. We believe DP Technology?s passion for excellence and innovation will continue to be a valuable asset to the enhanced performance of our machine tools, as well as to our customers? success.”

Members of the VIP program work with Mazak in product development and the creation of training events and seminars spanning a range of topics. For more information on the Mazak VIP program and DP Technology, visit Mazak online

Other companies in Mazak's VIP program include Sandvik Coromant, Renishaw, Seco Tools and LNS America.

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