NZ Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand has been using CAMWorks for the last four years. It forms a part of their core course for third year Industrial Design students' CAD/CAM project, which investigates direct control of milling textures and patterns by the designer.
Tim Miller, Senior Lecturer at Victoria University says, “This project has been very successful in the past, with the students learning a considerable amount about CAD/CAM milling in a very short period of time. I gave a paper about this unique project at an international conference in Eindhoven titled 'Beyond the Smooth: CNC Machining with Meaning'. I would like to continue to use CAMWorks as the software offers the students an immense amount of control in a very user friendly manner. The CAMWorks stage of the project is vital to the learning objects of the course. We feel this is an important aspect for our design students learning”.
(Mr. Miller's paper is available on - http://www.stud.tue.nl/~cheops/tectonics/pdf's/Miller.Tim.pdf )