About EastCoast CAD/CAM – Design to Fabrication
EastCoast CAD/CAM has been building and supporting 3D CAD/CAM software for the HVAC, sheet metal, piping and plumbing industry for over 35 years. Goals from the very beginning were to offer a full suite of "Design to Fabrication" software and hardware products to assist sheet metal and plumbing and piping mechanical contractors in every phase of their project work, from the earliest design stages through fabrication, on-site installation and facilities management.
cutting and liner machines and coil lines, and provides full system upgrades to plasma cutters throughout North America.
Today, we are known as the providers of the most efficient and easy-to-use BIM-compliant MEP software solution for HVAC and Mechanical CAD and CAM, along with the most economical plasma cutting systems in the industry. EastCoast's CAM software also supports all of the industry's leading
support they need to be successful in the sheet metal and piping industries.
EastCoast's Authorized Developer status with Autodesk, and EastCoast's team of technical sales representatives and support engineers ensures that customers receive the
As company-wide mission, EastCoast CAD/CAM is helping to raise awareness and support for pediatric cancer treatments.
Please consider donating and learn more about the Ty Louis Campbell Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds innovative research and clinical trials geared toward the treatment of the deadliest childhood cancers (including brain and spinal cord tumors). Learn more at http://www.thetlcfoundation.org.
Leadership. David Derocher, Chief Operating Officer of EastCoast CAD/CAM, is a mechanical engineer and involved in every aspect of the company from design to customer support. He is particularly interested in hearing from his customers and professionals in the industry. David would like to hear from you, about the challenges you face and how EastCoast could help you become more profitable and successful.
EastCoast CAD/CAM's main office is located in Marlborough, Massachusetts.