December 17, 2007
Westlake Village, CA – December 17, 2007 — , Inc., developer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM systems,
today announced that SURFCAM Velocity v3.0 has earned the Works with Windows Vista logo and is compatible with the Windows Vista
“In our quest to maintain a top quality product for our customers, SURFCAM’s compatibility with Windows Vista
helps provide a seamless integration with the latest technology”, said Don Esters, President, Surfware, Inc. “With the Windows Vista
compatibility and TrueMill technology, SURFCAM Velocity provides an advanced solution in CAD/CAM software.”
SURFCAM Velocity uses Microsoft DirectX Technology in Windows Vista, helping to enable Superior graphics
performance. SURFCAM users can now be confident that the core functionality of SURFCAM products will work with Windows Vista.
“Microsoft is pleased that Surfware has earned the Works with Windows Vista logo for SURFCAM Velocity v3.0,”
said Justin Jed, group product manager of Windows Client Product Management at Microsoft Corporation. “This highlights Surfware’s
commitment to providing its customers with applications that are compatible with Windows Vista."
TrueMill, the patented technology in SURFCAM Velocity, unlocks the potential of machining components by
maintaining a consistent and predictable load on the cutter. This results in increased productivity, reduced cycle times, extended
cutting tool life, and higher quality parts due to the more efficient removal of material.
The Works with Windows Vista Logo is available in SURFCAM Velocity 3.0 SP2.
About Surfware, Inc.
Surfware develops SURFCAM Velocity CAD/CAM systems for two- through five-axis NC programming and machining. The company grew
out of three generations of Diehl family machining experience. Surfware's current president, Stephen Diehl, has thirty years experience in machining,
physics and programming and is personally involved in development of the TrueMill technology.