We're entrepreneurs, engineers, scientists, developers, and creators.

Our mission is to be a catalyst for innovation

by enabling creators to rapidly prototype and efficiently manufacture precision machined parts.

What We Do

We will provide the fastest and most cost-effective way for anyone to create high-precision, production-grade CNC parts.

Starting with a digital design of a part, our software automatically decides how to efficiently machine that part on a CNC mill.

By making it easier, faster, and less expensive to go from “art to part” we will accelerate product development, encourage innovation, and support the creation of the next generation of products that improve our world.

Founding Team

Andy Powell

Chief Executive Officer

Andy Powell is a lifelong entrepreneur and problem solver. Prior to launching Toolpath Labs, Andy was the co-founder and CEO of CallRail, a software company providing marketing analytics to more than 180,000 small businesses.

Under Andy’s leadership, CallRail grew to employ more than 275 people with more than $75M in annual revenue and $10M in annual profitability. CallRail was named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies for six years consecutively, and recognized as a Best Workplace by Inc. Magazine.

Andy grew up in Columbus, Georgia and graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology (2005) with a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering. He lives south of Atlanta, in Peachtree City, with his wife Allison and three daughters.

Justin Gray, Ph.D.

Chief Technology Officer

Justin Gray is an optimization expert with degrees in both computer science and aerospace engineering and 17 years of experience with software development and engineering design.

He is one of the lead developers on the open-source OpenMDAO optimization framework, and has applied it to develop jet engine design models, aircraft design models, and complex multiphysics optimizations.

He received a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (2006), his M.S. in Computer Science (2012) from Case Western Reserve University, and his Ph.D. (2018) in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan. Justin is an avid cyclist with a passion for all things mechanical. He lives in the Cleveland area with his wife and son.