SolidWorks World 2013 Partner Profile: C&G Systems

One of the things we’ve heard from SolidWorks World attendees over the past few years is that you’d like to learn more in advance about the SolidWorks partners who set up booths in the Partner Pavilion. So now through SolidWorks World 2013, we’ll be posting a series of blog entries about some of the partners you might think about checking out, and the people who will be representing them. Today we hear from C&G Systems.

Tell us a little about C&G Systems

C&G Systems Inc of Japan is the result of a Computer Engineering Inc. and Graphic Products Inc. merger is 2010. CE’s focus was on the CAD side of CAD/CAM, and Graphic Products focus was on the high end CAM side. The synergy of the merger allows customers the best of both worlds.  Previously CE was involved in developing applications that worked inside of SolidWorks. Therefore is was a natural and easy progression to develop the “CG Series” of software playing on the company name “C&G” plus Add-In the most accurate CAM Software, so all of the SolidWorks users in the world will have access to this solution. CG CAM-TOOL for SolidWorks’s focus is on High Speed Machining and Hard Milling and is unsurpassed in the quality of the NC Output. It is conceptually focused on machining Molds & Dies, although it is not limited to those applications. CGS North America Inc. is the wholly owned subsidiary of CGS Japan helping to sell and support CG CAM-TOOL and CAM-TOOL, in North America.

What products do you sell that SolidWorks customers might find useful?

The products that we sell are CAM-TOOL, CG CAM-TOOL, CG Mold Design and CG Press Design. The most important thing that a software tool can do for a user in any case is eliminate the human part of the process. In the world of Mold or Die Making the most labor intensive portion of the exercise is the hand work (polishing), and spotting of the 2 halves of the tool together. In the past, this work was tedious, monotonous, and actually had a  negative effect on the accuracy of the finished product. Now with CG CAM-TOOL, a high quality cutting tool, a high end CNC Machine and peripheral equipment the results become a result of accurate “science” and opposed to the inaccurate “art” of someone doing something by hand.

Why should SolidWorks World attendees visit your booth?

Attending our Booth 902 will give you first hand visual confirmation of what can be accomplished in the Machining Process as we will have steel and aluminum samples of various shapes. These samples will be untouched by human hands as far as the processing. They will be directly from the CNC Machine and you will be amazed at what is possible when you use the right CAM Software. We will also be able to give you a demonstration showing you how easy CG CAM-TOOL is to use in the SolidWorks environment.


How can customers connect with you before, during and after the show?

We will be in booth 902 SolidWorks World 2013 in the Partner Pavilion. Attendees can also find us at

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Telephone (Japan): +81-3-6864-0781

Telephone (North America) 519-737-6009





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Matthew West

SolidWorks alumnus. I like plate reverb, Rat pedals, Thai curry, New Weird fiction, my kids, Vespas, Jazzmasters, my wife & Raiders of the Lost Ark. Not necessarily in that order.