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3D Printing Industry jobs, career moves and facility openings update: Evolve Additive Solutions, Re:3D, Sigma Labs, Senvol, GE Additive

If you’re searching for a 3D printing job or seeking to hire additive manufacturing experts, our jobs site has new positions available.

This jobs update details new opportunities from re:3D, and Evolve Additive Solutions, as well as recent hires from Senvol, Sigma Labs and a facility opening from GE Additive.

Embedded Software Engineer, Re:3D, Houston, Texas

Re:3D, a large-format 3D printer provider headquartered in Houston, Texas, aims to offer “life-sized affordable 3D printing” through Gigabot, its flagship product, which is said to be a cheaper, faster, and greener solution.

Presently, the company is seeking assistance an embedded software engineer to closely collaborate with its R&D team, front end developers and mechanical engineers. The chosen candidate will be responsible for developing, debugging, and maintaining software for Re:3D’s 3D printers. 

As a result, over 5 years of experience in developing embedded software applications is required as well as experience in electro-mechanical systems. Moreover, applicants must hold a degree in electrical engineering, computer science or computer engineering. 

Learn more and apply for the Embedded Software Engineer position at Re:3D here.

The Gigabot 3 large scale 3D printer. Photo via re:3D
The Gigabot 3 large scale 3D printer. Photo via re:3D.

Principal Process Scientist, Evolve Additive Solutions, Minnetonka, Minnesota

Evolve Additive Solutions, the proprietary developer of new 3D printing technology, Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP), has opened a position for a principal process scientist to help commercialize its process. An alternative to injection molding, STEP uses the technology behind most photocopiers and laser printers and has been developed to process thermoplastic materials quickly.

The successful candidate will be a part of a developing process engineering team, backed by the LEGO Brand Group and Stanley Black & Decker. As such, the company is seeking a creative and collaborative scientist who will quickly grasp the critical aspects of STEP technology. The selected principal process scientist will also work on developing innovative technologies at the core of STEP.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, materials science, a related field or a master’s degree in an engineering field. Moreover, more than 2 years of industrial experience is required.

Learn more and apply for the Principal Process Scientist position at Evolve Additive Solutions here.

Objects 3D printed using Evolve’s range of additive materials. Photo via Evolve Additive Solutions.

Senvol, SME’s Additive Manufacturing Community, and Sigma Labs

Senvol, the largest online database of 3D printing systems and materials, has announced that its president, Zach Simkin, has been elected to serve as chairman for SME’s Additive Manufacturing Community. In this role, Simkin will advise the SME on 3D printing activities, initiatives and content to serve the community.

“AM continues to be a major strategic initiative for SME and a vital emerging sector for manufacturing as a whole,” explained Suzy Marzano, product development manager at SME, overseeing SME’s Technical Communities.

“We’re thrilled at Zach’s selection as Chairman for the upcoming year, we appreciate his vision and leadership, and we look forward to working with him and the rest of the AM Community Advisors to help further SME’s leadership position in the industry.”

Elsewhere, Sigma Labs, a Santa Fe-based additive manufacturing software developer, has appointed Frank Orzechowski as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Orzechowski has 30 years of financial experience and has served as the CFO of StormHarbour Partners, an independent global markets and financial advisory firm.

GE Additive Lichtenfels

GE Additive has inaugurated a new campus in Lichtenfels, Germany, known as GE Additive Lichtenfels. Officiated by Bavarian Minister of Sciences Bernd Sibler, the 40,000 sqm facility will house GE Additive’s Concept Laser teams and has the capacity for up to 700 employees.

Jason Oliver, President & CEO, GE Additive stated, “[This] is a great milestone for GE Additive and the entire Concept Laser family. “There has been a lot of interest in the building over the past three years, both locally and from our customers. We want this modern, lean manufacturing production facility, here in Bavaria, to become a global focal point for the additive industry.”

“We have created a collaborative environment for our customers and our teams. And, making the campus a great place to work for our people has been a top priority from the early planning stages.”

The opening of the GE Additive Lichtenfels facility. Photo via GE Additive.
The opening of the GE Additive Lichtenfels facility. Photo via GE Additive.

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