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New member from Texas

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1 New member from Texas on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:49 am

I am a new member from Texas. I work for Carvewright and I am now a proud owner of my very own machine! I found a good deal on an upgraded A series machine that had less than 10 hours of cut time on it. The only thing I had to do to get it running like new was adjust the Y tension belt!!
As I said, I work for Carvewright as a hardware tech and customer support agent. I would be happy to assist with any questions anyone might have, however, I should probably advise you to call our tech support number to maintain the integrity of my employment status with the company.
About me....I previously worked in the electric sign manufacturing industry for almost 20 years on and off. I started my career as a welder / fabricator and worked my way into the design department where I found an interest in CNC and CAD technology. In 2011 I enrolled at a local community college and received certifications in CNC Technology, Industrial Automation / Robotics, and Programmable Logic Controls (PLC's). After completing my certifications I applied for work with Carvewright and almost immediately fell in love with the machine and the company.

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