11/29/2019

Hexagon Hires New Alphacam Applications Engineer

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Lisa Cameron The Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Production Software business has hired new applications engineer Lisa Cameron to support customers of the Alphacam computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) solution for metal, stone and wood.

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Lisa Cameron

Lisa Cameron

The Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Production Software business has hired new applications engineer Lisa Cameron to support customers of the Alphacam computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) solution for metal, stone and wood.

With more than 20 years of experience in the CAD/CAM industry, Ms. Cameron is ideally suited to helping Alphacam users throughout the U.S. harness the the software to boost efficiency and streamline production. She has hands-on experience in programming CNC machines, and understands the unique demands of CNC manufacturing. 

“My background enables me to truly understand the needs of the manufacturers that we serve because their challenges have been my challenges, as well,” Ms. Cameron says. “I enjoy helping our customers and providing them with the technical support needed in a continuously evolving industry.”

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