AMC Bridge and ModuleWorks Team Up

Team to Provide Consultancy to Integrate ModuleWorks Tech

AMC Bridge and ModuleWorks have announced a partnership to provide customers with integration and custom development services. This will assist ModuleWorks Partners worldwide that provide CAD/CAM, CNC simulation and machining.

AMC Bridge specializes in software development services. These services include solutions for CAD, CAM, CAE, PLM and PDM. Their team also has specialists in 3D graphics, finite element, structural analysis, mathematical modeling, data/process management and analytical geometry.

“We have many clients in the CAD/CAM field and our development team have expertise and experience working with many of the major vendors. Working with the ModuleWorks team will allow us to use our expertise to help our clients build solutions based around the ModuleWorks CAD/CAM components and bring new and innovative products to market,” Igor Tsinman, President of AMC Bridge.

The two companies will work together to provide consulting services to companies using ModuleWorks tech. This will allow customers to transform their projects into market products faster.

“By partnering with AMC Bridge we’re able to provide our partners with end to end service when integrating our technology. While partners have software development teams, it is sometimes more effective to use consultancy services to jump start a project or supplement the available resources to get product to market quicker and this partnership extends our ability in this area,” explained David Plater, Technical Director at ModuleWorks.

One thing is for sure, given the difficulty of integrating CNC machines and other CAD/CAM/CAE/PLM and PDM tool, every little bit helps.

Source ModuleWorks.

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Shawn Wasserman

For over 10 years, Shawn Wasserman has informed, inspired and engaged the engineering community through online content. As a senior writer at WTWH media, he produces branded content to help engineers streamline their operations via new tools, technologies and software. While a senior editor at, Shawn wrote stories about CAE, simulation, PLM, CAD, IoT, AI and more. During his time as the blog manager at Ansys, Shawn produced content featuring stories, tips, tricks and interesting use cases for CAE technologies. Shawn holds a master’s degree in Bioengineering from the University of Guelph and an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.