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Morrow Furniture in Auckland recently purchased a new CNC router with which it manufactures a varied range of one-off product from kitchens to curved seating booths. The on board software sufficed for much of the company’s work but before long the more complex nature of some contracts required more specialized software.
Extruded Product Builder (EPB) is an AutoCAD-based visual design and engineering software tool developed to allow users to easily build custom nurses stations, bench seating, kitchen bars, hotel reception areas or other custom diewall projects. EPB will be officially unveiled at the upcoming IWF 2016 Trade Show in Atlanta, Georgia August 24-27, 2016.
Today Microvellum announced the conclusion of its first annual TechCon 2016 event – Microvellum’s North American User Group Conference.
The event which drew more than 140 woodworking professionals, Microvellum Software users, technicians, and account managers from across the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand focused around the theme “Iron Sharpens Iron”, which relates to the interaction and constructive feedback between Microvellum’s customers and their service and development teams.
Microvellum has exceeded its forecasted growth rate by 32%, fueled by improvements to customer service, support, product strength and efficiency, a rebounding economy and a focus on user group feedback.
Microvellum Inc., announced that they are expanding their team and looking for qualified individuals to fill positions for sales, service and support technicians.
“We are continually seeking new ways to improve our customer service and strive to keep our customer’s needs at the forefront of our business decisions.” says David Fairbanks, Director of Operations for Microvellum, Inc. “Expanding our support hours is just part of the many adjustments we’ve been making to ensure our customers success.”
Completed after a five-year design and construction process, this latest reincarnation of the HUB is a forward-thinking, contemporary facility and a true embodiment of what a 21st-century student and campus center should be. The project’s designers were able to preserve half of the building’s more than 60-year-old superstructure and expand upon the existing infrastructure to create a more spacious, connected, accessible and inviting building than its predecessor…
Snee was introduced to woodworking while attending Tampa Bay Tech, a vocational school in Tampa Bay Florida, where he learned the basics of woodworking.
After serving as a long time service provider for Microvellum it is officially announced that Craig Snee has been appointed as an Account Manager for the….