MachineWorks reinforces technical team in Development, Support and Quality Assurance departments

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The MachineWorks technical team has been growing over the last few months, with 4 new positions filled across Development, Support and Quality Assurance. MachineWorks continues to expand the technical team with new talent to tackle a much wider range of problems, bringing in new skills to build upon the core MachineWorks and Polygonica technologies.

The first of new developers is Wael, who has a PHD in Computational Modelling from the University of Sheffield. He has spent more than 15 years developing and managing scientific and engineering applications.Fraser has an MPhys from Oxford University and has spent the last 4 years teaching physics. He has joined the MachineWorks Software Development team, as he starts on a brand new career path. Alex is a new Quality Assurance Engineer, tasked with ensuring the top quality of products delivered by MachineWorks. He is starting his first job after graduating from Newcastle University with an upper second class honors degree in Mechanical Engineering. Tom is a new member of our support team. After achieving a first class honors degree in Mathematics at Newcastle University, he decided to return to his hometown of Sheffield to go on to study for an MSc in Aerodynamics and Aerostructures.

With the addition of these new team members, MachineWorks continues to strive to improve on the excellence of its existing products, whilst investing in the future of the company as a whole.

About MachineWorks

MachineWorks Software sets the standard for CNC Simulation and Verification component software in the industry. More than 60% of CAM developers in the world have integrated MachineWorks technology into their applications and benefited from MachineWorks’ cutting-edge functionality since 1994. MachineWorks’ toolkit has been integrated by software and hardware OEMs looking for a solution in the simulation of material removal and clash and gouge detection of any type of CNC machining. MachineWorks’ core technology combines speed, accuracy, and stability. It is ideally suited for anti-crash systems, complex machining, and full machine simulation.

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Source: The article was gently conceded by Machine Works, published on Jul 19, 2018.



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