Ucamco to Introduce iamcam


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At last year's productronica in Munich, Ucamco presented the concept of "iamcam." As the concept has now fully come to fruition, Ucamco will introduce the newest web-based client/server front-end software in the Ucamco Webinar series.  

iamcam is the perfect automated PCB front-end workflow. It comes with numerous significant advantages: 

  • Avoid most human errors, increase efficiency & throughput, save time & money
  • Seamless integration with 3rd party systems
  • Compatible with your incumbent CAM system

The iamcam webinar will take place on October 6 with sessions in the AM and PM. There will be a session in Chinese on October 20. The webinars are free of charge. Click the links below to register - for free - for the session of your preference. 

  • Tuesday, October 6 at 9 AM CEST (English)
  • Tuesday, October 6 at 4 PM CEST (English)
  • Tuesday, October 20 at 10 AM CST (Chinese)

The duration of this webinar is 60 minutes. We present the same content in every session, no need to follow all.

Visit our webinar page at Ucamco.com to register.

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