CAMTUS, Inc. provides a comprehensive support in CAD/CAM and computer techniques for manufacturing industry.

It has been over 30 years since Olivetti Corporation of Japan, the predecessor of CAMTUS, Inc., started selling "GTL*" for NC machine tools in 1978. In the change of production system from GTL to CAD/CAM, we have earned a high reputation from our users over 3600 companies as "the only manufacturer with profound experiences in machining".

*GTL (Geometrical and Technological Language) is an initial system that creates a part program (defining the machining shape and machining method) and generates NC code.

Today, we build a strong position as a development and sales company of software that is directly related to the production of 2D CAD/CAM, 3D CAD/CAM and CAE, and as one of CAD/CAM software companies which develop in Japan. We have four sales offices: Higashinihon, Tokai, Nishinihon, and Kanagawa. Cooperating with 45 service centers of NTT DATA Getronics Corporation for the maintenance network, we offer more meticulous services.

Company name CAMTUS, Inc.
Business Development and sales of CAD/CAM system
Founded January 1999
Capital 60 million yen
President and CEO Yasuhiro Miyanishi
  • ■Head Office
  • 4-11 Tsutoayaha-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo-ken 663-8244 Japan
  • ■Nishinihon Sales Office
  • 4-11 Tsutoayaha-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo-ken 663-8244 Japan
  • ■Tokai Sales Office
  • 10F Nagoya Wakamiya Bldg, 5-28-12 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken 460-0008 Japan
  • ■Higashinihon Sales Office
  • 4-15-5, Miyahara-cho, Kita-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama-ken 331-0812 Japan
  • ■Kanagawa Branch
  • 3-15-1 Huchinobe, Chuou-ku, Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0206 Japan


1978 GTL entered Japanese Market
Olivetti Corporation of Japan (entered Japanese market in 1961) published "GTL" in 1978. CAD/CAM division started in Japanese market.
1987 Speedy mill
MS-DOS gradually began to be used in business in 1987. Released Speedy mill for press die. Became the best selling software due to the overwhelming ease of use.
Released TAMAGO which was suitable CAD/CAM for Horizontal boring machines, 5-face milling machines, Lathe, and Multi-task lathe to respond to requests from customers who are engaged in machine parts machining.
Developed 3D CAD/CAM that corresponded to MS-DOS predicting the next generation of PC mainstream. Received a high reputation as the most practical CAD/CAM.
1995 Compatible with Windows
Speedy/mill→Speedy mill/Win, TAMAGO→TAMAGO Win, RITTAI→RITTAI NT. Achieved a smooth operation in Windows.
1999 Starting business as CAMTUS
To focus all the management resources on CAD/CAM, established CAMTUS, Inc.
2000 Speedy mill 3D
Released Speedy mill 3D which is a three dimensional version of Speedy mill/Win. Realized an unprecedented die design support and machining support.
2001 Web Service
Created an environment to provide a customer service using IT due to the spread of Internet. CAMTUS offered various network services such as Web Learning, Remote Training, and CAD Hot Line.
2003 2D Milling
Released 2D milling for the Speedy mill 3D. Equipped with an innovative idea "Machined Shell" for Japanese manufacturing industry.
2008 Speedy mill 3D/Plate Disassembly
Released CAD/CAM for press die which is a powerful tool that was developed based on the voice from the work site of die making in 30 years.
2009 Simultaneous 5 Axis Machining
Released the first made-in-Japan software for simultaneous 5 axis machining. In 2007, we purchased a 5-axis machining center.
Blank Development Solution
Developed the first made-in-Japan software for calculating the blank shape for the metal stamping products.
2012 Speedy mill Next
Released Speedy mill Next as the successor to the Speedy mill 3D. Integrated operations of 2D drawing and 3D modeling.