From left: Chris Marion, Jean-Francois Landry and Justin FergusonClick image to enlargeDelcam has added three application engineers to its customer support team in North America.

Chris Marion has been added to the support team in the Windsor, ON, office. He has more than twenty years’ experience in machining and tooling design. He started as a machinist/CAM operator, programming everything from small components to large molds. In addition, he spent two years as a designer of plastic injection molds and a similar period working in an EDM department as an electrode designer.

Jean-Francois Landry has joined the team working in Delcam’s Quebec office. He will use his fifteen years of manufacturing experience to support customers using the FeatureCAM feature-based programming software. During his career, he has held different positions, mostly in the aerospace sector. He started as a CNC machinist working on lathes, mills and wire EDM machines. After five years, he became a quality inspector, again working in the aerospace industry. For the last six years, he had moved back into programming, working with machining centres with up to five axes, with CNC lathes, and designing workholding.

Justin Ferguson has been added to the team in Delcam’s Pasadena, CA, office. Justin started his career in CAD/CAM in 2007 as an applications engineer for an education reseller which sold design and manufacturing software, 3D printers and laser engravers. 

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