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VX Corp. Chosen by Yamaha Motors, Shonan Unitech

July 7, 2008
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MELBOURNE, FL, July 2-VX Corp., developer of computer-aid design and computer-aided manufacturing solutions (CAD/CAM) for consumer products, molds and machining, has been selected by recreational vehicle and automotive manufacturers Yamaha Motors and Shonan Unitech.

The companies spent nearly two years testing and analyzing which CAD/CAM systems would best meet their needs for product design, mold design and machining. Each company independently selected VX CAD/CAM and has purchased an undisclosed number of licenses.

“Both Yamaha and Shonan Unitech wanted a long-term solution and did not want to be moving to another CAD/CAM system anytime soon. They chose VX because they believe it will meet their current and future needs,” says Hiroshi Shimizu of Machineware Inc., distributor of VX CAD/CAM in the Asian market.

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