Keeping up with the Mastercam Manufacturing Lab
Mastercam Applications Engineer Jesse Trinque contributed an article published in MoldMaking Technology earlier this year. You can read Power Up Your CAM to Streamline Your Process online to learn about productivity improvements throughout the shop and moldmaking process. You’ll find useful information about everything from quoting, programming, and roughing to finishing, deburring, and shop connectivity.
Jesse Trinque is an applications engineer in the Mastercam Manufacturing Lab with expertise in carpentry and metalworking. He contributes extensively to the development of Mastercam solutions for manufacturing and helps users around the world with tech support and training. Jesse earned his mechanical engineering degree at the University of Connecticut as a New England and Presidential Scholar, graduating magna cum laude. After interning for two years at a Tier 2 aerospace supplier, Jesse landed a job at a US government military research lab before putting his talents to work in support of the Mastercam community.
The Mastercam Manufacturing Lab is a huge part of the success of everyone that uses our software. And since Mastercam is the number one CAM software in industry and education worldwide*, that’s a tremendous contribution to the global manufacturing community!
Applications engineers, like Jesse, help Mastercam continuously improve through software testing and component manufacturing, training, tech support, and much more—even taking time to write articles sharing their expertise. If you are interested in learning more about the work that they do, you will see a lot of it on display on our Mastercam YouTube channel.
Subscribe today and stay tuned for many upcoming videos featuring the work of Jesse and his cohorts in the Mastercam Manufacturing Lab!
*According to 2019 CIMdata reports.