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Production Machining Industry News: Mar. 12, 2020

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Hexagon Adds New Account Managers

Brian Basiliere, Kyle Inman to provide support and facilitate services for new and existing customers of the Production Software business

The Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Production Software Business has hired two new team members in support of its metalcutting software, including EdgeCAM, NCSIMUL, Smirt, Surfcam and WorkNC.

New account managers, Brian Basiliere and Kyle Inman, will provide support and facilitate services for new and existing customers of the Production Software solutions in Southern California and Indiana.

Mr. Basiliere will service accounts in Southern California. His career includes more than 15 years of sales experience in various industries and for the past five years, he’s specialized in workflow automation software.

Mr. Inman’s background includes more than eight years of sales experience, and most recently he held positions in the manufacturing industry working for machine tool distributors and cutting tool companies.




Tebis Announces New Management Positions

John Kowalczyk named president; Julie Crowe appointed CFO. 

Tebis America has announced new management positions for its North America operation. 

Julie Crowe

Julie Crowe

John Kowalczyk has been named president and will be responsible for Tebis’ overall strategic efforts in sales, marketing and technical support. Julie Crowe has been appointed chief financial officer, being responsible for the company’s financial administration.

Mr. Kowalczyk has 30 years of experience with various applications, as well as an extensive CNC machining background. He has been at Tebis for nine years and most recently was senior manager, global strategic accounts.

Ms. Crowe has 18 years of accounting experience in the manufacturing and automotive industries.




See Season 2 Videos of The Cool Parts Show

The Cool Parts Show, a video series that explores the design, manufacture and potential impact of a specific 3D printed part with host discussion and expert commentary, is now in its second season. 

Pete Zelinski and Stephanie Hendrixson on The Cool Parts Show

Additive Manufacturing Media has announced the premiere of season two of The Cool Parts Show, a video series that explores the design, manufacture and potential impact of a specific 3D printed part with host discussion and expert commentary. Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Peter Zelinski and Senior Editor Stephanie Hendrixson, season two highlights production and proof-of-concept parts from the automotive, consumer, UAV, dental and research industries. 

Episodes will post weekly to Additive Manufacturing online and to the Additive Manufacturing YouTube channel.


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