Friday, September 30, 2022
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Pytha is delighted to welcome Moussa Mahmoud in their tech team of the month. Moussa brings both practical and technical skills to his support services role. Alongside Katie and Nick, he’ll be providing technical troubleshooting (i.e. answering your portal-delivered tickets) and creating a range of learning and support materials and services.
After graduating from high school in 2015, Moussa was eager to pursue a degree in civil engineering. He initially thought about going all-tech, but later changed his mind and opted to build up some practical experience first. He started working for his family’s business as an apprentice cabinet maker and began studying the fundamentals of construction through practical experience. He was quickly tasked with creating the Pytha drawings for this company, and thanks to his clear technical persistence that the company required, he gained a firm knowledge of the significance of a smooth transition between design and manufacturing.
Throughout the course of his apprenticeship, Moussa Mahmoud worked to improve his drafting abilities. He successfully completed his job in 2019. With a trade certification under his belt and some “real world” experience, Moussa started his studies for a degree in civil engineering. He balanced freelancing employment and his studies during his first few years of college, maintaining a close eye on cabinetry manufacturing and installation. With just one semester remaining, he is now enjoying his full-time position providing technical services to the Pytha Partners customer base and the Pytha Pro community. Production jobs like edge banding, router routes, and more straight can be assigned straight to the 3D model. For years, Pytha 3D CAD has now been one of the top options for woodworkers who require robust, user-friendly software. Customers use Pytha for contract furniture, commercial joinery, and well crafted bespoke joinery.
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