MultiCam Celebrates 30th Anniversary

MutliCam started all those years ago with just one-the"MultiCam"-and five employees.

multicam_275x275Dallas-based CNC router company MultiCam announces the celebration of its 30th anniversary in 2019.

The company started in 1989 with a single CNC Router appropriately named, “The MultiCam.” According to the company, its early success was due to its strong value proposition, its machine’s ease of use, and its open architecture capability, which allowed end-users to use their preferred CNC software to operate the machine. Later, even as its systems remained open architecture, MultiCam developed its own intuitive software package, Coreo, to enhance a machine operator’s workflow on all MultiCam cutting technologies.

From its early beginnings of manufacturing three to five machines per week, MultiCam has grown to have produced and shipped more than 13,000 machines out of its 108,000-square-foot facility in North Texas. While CNC Routers have been its top seller since the company’s debut, MultiCam has since added a full product family of digital cutters, lasers, plasmas, and waterjets to its portfolio.

“We are extremely proud of our beginnings and of the fact that we can truly say that we are made in the USA, yet we offer industry leading global sales and support,” says David Morse, MultiCam’s chairman and CEO. “In our culture of continuous improvement, our team of highly talented and dedicated personnel is the real differentiator. They embrace challenges, educate machine operators, and offer creative solutions to help customers grow their business. This year is a very important milestone for us, our employees, and our customers who have made MultiCam what it is today.”

Originally staffed at five employees, MultiCam has grown to employ hundreds of employees and partners around the globe. Through its 30-year history, MultiCam has expanded to include 60 Technology Centers around the world with 20 Technology Centers in North America alone.

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