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May 07, 2013


Dave Johnson

I'm a new US based reseller of ZW3D so my opinion will be biased towards ZWSOFT.

That being said though the professionalism, enthusiasm, and organization that I see from ZWSOFT is why I connected with them.

Regarding the integrated CAD/CAM product ZW3D the above mentioned organizational elements along with good development staffs both overseas and in Florida is contributing to what I think will be a good future for the product.

Steve Johnson

"To ensure perfectness", this company desperately needs a native English-speaker to proof-read its PR output.

Dave Ault

To bad this "perfectness" is tarnished by lots of problems in the ZW3D 2013 release. Going to the ZW3D forums site shows a number of problems for users and few new features to speak of. 64 bit has now moved back to September and I expect this to will have major problems. I spent one hour with 2013 and decided this was it for me. Many things moved around and clicks added for no reason and new problems added. Lathe will crash your machine I have been told by a source I believe. No high speed milling yet. Customer from 2005 until 2012 and this is the but no more. I will use 2012 until June and that will end the chapter of ZW for me.

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