He then works as draftsman in various design offices in sheet metal work and piping in France and in Germany.
In 2004, he joins the CERN in Switzerland as project manager.
Back in France in 2011, he goes to university and becomes Industrial Engineer. He works then as R&D engineer in materials science. This was an opportunity for him to develop his first in-house “software”.
Aware of the difficulties encountered by sheet metalwork companies to perform their sheet metal flattening layout – an operation which consists in defining the “patterns” of parts made from sheet metal – he decided to create a tool to make this know-how accessible to most of companies.
Thus was born MetalFox, the first online metal flattening software.