Z-AXIS, Inc. Adds Two Engineers

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Z-AXIS, Inc.  is pleased to announce that it has added two engineers to its staff at its electronics design and contract manufacturing center near Rochester, NY. 

Matt Switzer has joined Z-AXIS as quoting engineer, responsible for developing accurate and competitive quotes for the company’s electronic design and contract manufacturing services. Matt has seven years of experience as an R&D development engineer with ITT Goulds Pumps, and additional experience as a manufacturing engineering co-op with BorgWarner and a process engineering co-op with Coviden.  He has a BS and MS in mechanical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Katie Boesl has joined Z-AXIS as a process engineer, responsible for optimizing the company’s electronic product manufacturing processes for quality and efficiency. She started her career with Z-AXIS in early 2019 as a manufacturing engineering co-op, and accepted the full-time position in the fall of 2019. Katie has a BS in biomedical engineering from the University at Buffalo (SUNY).



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