I dropped in on Mark Rief and the "what's new" in CAM Express session. I must have dropped in at the best part because Mark was describing his own personal test of the Synchronous Technology in CAM Express. Short description of his process:
Searched online for a sample SolidWorks file where he found a model of Scooby Doo.
Opened the file in CAM Express, with the intent to remove the SW initials on the dog tag.
CAM geometry tool bar (see red box below) gives access to the most common model editing that an NC Programmer needs, which includes Synchronous Technology.
Directly started working on the file, removing SW from Scooby's tag. I helped Mark out and changed it to SE (in Photoshop)
At this point, he could have made a mold or machined the 4', garden-size Scooby directly.
Moral of this Scooby story: Doesn't matter where the model comes from, CAM Express is the mystery machine!