ModuleWorks had previously conducted its sales and support activities via the Japanese company, TecnoLinc. With the appointment of Mr. Hashimoto, ModuleWorks has ended its cooperation with TecnoLinc and established its own presence operating directly under the name of ModuleWorks Japan.
Hisashi Hashimoto studied architecture at Aichi Kogyo Technical College and is an experienced CAD/CAM sales and marketing executive with professional experience in different industries, including tool grinding. His experience and knowledge enables ModuleWorks Japan to offer customers direct sales and support services for all the ModuleWorks components across all business sectors, from multi-axis toolpath generation and simulation solutions for the traditional CNC and CAD/CAM markets to specialist application areas such as dentistry, woodwork, ultraprecision machining and 3D printing.
“We are delighted to establish ModuleWorks Japan,” says Yavuz Murtezaoglu, managing director of ModuleWorks. “The appointment of Hisashi Hashimoto enables us to offer the best possible service and support to our Japanese customers who now benefit from having a direct and dedicated local ModuleWorks contact who can respond quickly to their individual needs.”
ModuleWorks is a software component provider for the CAD/CAM industry. ModuleWorks’ expertise in toolpath creation and simulation is recognized throughout the CAM industry and its software components and development services are used by the majority of the leading CAM vendors for sophisticated industry focused solutions across diverse business sectors. ModuleWorks 5-Axis and Simulation software has been used in the manufacture of complex parts for over a decade and they have many users across the global CAD/CAM industry.
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