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Primary Software Used: SOLIDWORKS
- Alibre Design
- AutoCAD Electrical
- Autodesk Inventor
- Autodesk Mechanical Desktop
CEO and 3DX Founder
3DX Media, Inc.
12 / 2007 - Current
GM 3D Content Solutions
Worked side-by-side with the development team responsible for Toolbox, the hole wizard, and smart fasteners. Became the GM of the team responsible for: selling and supporting the 3D PartStream product for online 3D catalogs and for developing and maintaining the 3D ContentCentral community. Retired after 6 great years :-)
12 / 2000 - 12 / 2006
With the support of the Softdesk management team, we bought the mechanical division so we could support other products besides AutoCAD. Ultimately, we sold this company to SolidWorks.
12 / 1994 - 12 / 2000
Manager Mechanical Products Division
Managed the continued development of a suite of MCAD products for AutoCAD
12 / 1991 - 12 / 1993
We developed productivity tools for mechanical engineers using AutoCAD. Sold the company to Softdesk, who at the time, was the world's leader in selling and supporting application software for AutoCAD.
12 / 1989 - 12 / 1991
Manager Product Development
Responsible for all development activities for the company's AutoCAD based graphical part programming system. Welcome to the world of 286 PCs
12 / 1986 - 12 / 1989
Manager Pre-Sales Technical Support
My first experience with solid modeling. Our modeler Euclid, now known as OpenCascade, ran on 32 bit VAX mini computers. Back in the day when 2 meg disk drives were as big as washing machines :-)
12 / 1982 - 12 / 1985
Application Engineering Manager
Manufacturing Data Systems Inc.
Along with my team of 8 application engineers, we provided support to our customers using our COMPACT II language on time-sharing and mini computers for programming NC and CNC machine tools.
12 / 1977 - 12 / 1982
Responsible for manually programming 6 NC milling machines used for machining component parts of industrial sewing machines. Also responsible for maintaining the company's shop floor data collection system. My first experience using computers in a manufacturing environment.
12 / 1976 - 12 / 1977
Northeast Plastic Machinery
Responsible for manually programming two NC milling machines, jig and fixture design, and assembly of machinery used downstream from plastic extruders.
12 / 1973 - 12 / 1975
Automated connections of computer-aided design components
2006, Cert ID: United States Patent 7079990