machining STRATEGIST is a CAM application software now sold by Vero International Software for the purposes of generating G-codes for 3-axis CNC machines. It specializes in high speed machining.

It was developed by NC Graphics since 1995. In September 2002 the product and development team were bought by Vero International Software where development has continued.

NC Graphics retained rights to the source code and continue to develop the product under the name Depocam. Since September 2002 the capabilities of the two products have diverged and they are now substantially different. [ NC Graphics (Cambridge)]

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