3D Printing Industry jobs, career moves & facility openings update: DyeMansion, PostProcess Technologies, Massivit 3D, ExOne, iGo3D, Sintavia, Voxeljet

The 3D printing industry continues to shift with new job vacancies from DyeMansion and PostProcess Technologies as well as internal career moves from Massivit 3D, ExOne, and iGo3D. Sintavia and Voxeljet have also expanded additive manufacturing operations in the U.S. and China with new facilities.

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Vacancies: Head of Application Consulting & Head of Sales EMEA at DyeMansion 

Automated 3D printing post-processing and coloring provider DyeMansion is seeking two new candidates to join its head offices in Munich. In the first instance, the company is searching for a new Head of Application Consulting. The successful applicant for this role will form and lead an international team that supports and manages customer projects, particularly advising in the area of surfacing and finishing of 3D printed polymer parts. An individual with a degree in industrial engineering or comparable field is required, as well as several years professional experience in application consulting.

Second, DyeMansion requires a Head of Sales to lead its EMEA sales team. The ideal candidate will be able to manage and expand a four-man team; speak English and German; and negotiate with business partners and customers for the distribution of DyeMansion’s products and services. In addition, to enable first-class customer service and support, the successful candidate will travel up to 70% of their working time, representing DyeMansion at trade shows and other events.

Apply to be Head of Sales, EMEA, or Head of Application Consulting at DyeMansion here.

DyeMansion’s USP so far is that they are able to develop every RAL/Pantone color on SLS parts. Image via: DyeMansion
SLS 3D printed samples finished with DyeMansion color. Image via DyeMansion.

PostProcess Technologies seeks Head of Sales EMEA

New York-based automated post-printing developer PostProcess Technologies is also searching for a Head of Sales to lead its EMEA team. The successful applicant will be responsible for selling the company’s products and services as well as maintaining relationships with an assigned customer base.

This role will focus on expanding and developing existing and new accounts directly or through distribution. Furthermore, the selected candidate will be developing a Channel partners network in various countries. As such, interested applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience in addition to 10-15 years in a senior sales role.

Apply for PostProcess Technologies’ Head of Sales EMEA position here.

New leadership for Massivit 3D, ExOne, and iGo3D

Based in Lod, Israel, large format 3D printer provider Massivit 3D has appointed Erez Zimerman as its new CEO. This announcement, which was made earlier in May 2019, saw Zimerman stepping up from VP Global Sales to take on the role formerly held by Avner Israeli.

“I am delighted to take on the position as CEO of Massivit 3D, as it is a truly innovative and pioneering company in the exciting arena of large format 3D printing,” said Zimerman.

“I look forward to further leveraging the significant market opportunities that our solutions facilitate. I am also excited to support our growing community of forward-thinking print services, fabricators, and 3D service bureaus as they incorporate cutting-edge, large format 3D printing services to boost their business.”

Erez Zimerman, CEO at Massivit 3D. Photo via Massivit 3D.
Erez Zimerman, CEO at Massivit 3D. Photo via Massivit 3D.

Leading industrial 3D printer provider ExOne has also appointed a new CEO, John F. Hartner. The company’s Board of Directors selected Hartner to succeed S. Kent Rockwell, who retains the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors. Prior to this, in November 2018, Hartner joined the company as COO.

S. Kent Rockwell stated, “John is an outstanding leader and has proven to be a strong addition to our global leadership team.”

“In his new role, he will lead the organization in the execution of our strategic initiatives that focus on profitable growth. These include expanding binder jetting applications, broadening our machine platform range and growing our recurring revenue base.”

John F. Hartner, CEO of ExOne. Photo via John F. Hartner/LinkedIn.
John F. Hartner, CEO of ExOne. Photo via John F. Hartner/LinkedIn.

iGo3D, Europe’s largest distributor of desktop 3D printers and accessories, has appointed Athanasios Kotrotsios as Managing Director. With this new position, Kotrotsios is responsible for overseeing sales, marketing and product activity for iGO3D.

Kotrotsios will also with the company’s co-founder, Tobias Redlin, who focus on finance and operations, to expand into new markets. Previously, Kotrotsios acted as an assistant to the management at iGo3D and then progressed into sales as an authorized officer. Redlin explained:

“Due to his proximity to customers and suppliers, [Kotrotsios] is able to assess market needs and trends particularly well and thus provide decisive suggestions for further development of the business model.”

Additive manufacturing hubs established in the U.S. and China

Metal additive manufacturing company Sintavia has opened a 55,000 square foot advanced manufacturing facility, located in Hollywood, Florida. This new plant will also act as the company’s headquarters.

150 customers and industry partners were in attendance at the grand opening of this facility on May 9th. This included Sumitomo Corporation, an internationally renowned trader of goods and services, and a growth equity investment partner of Sintavia.

According to Sintavia, this site houses over $25 million of advanced manufacturing equipment including medium and large scale metal printers. As such, it is capable of producing tens of thousands of parts representing in excess of $100 million of AM revenue annually. Brian Neff, Chairman and CEO at Sintavia, said:

“This new facility is the first of its kind in North America to offer large-scale AM production coupled with a robust aerospace quality management system. As we grow, it will serve as a template for future vertically-aligned advanced manufacturing facilities around the U.S. and the world.”

Approximately 130 new jobs for skilled employees and support staff are anticipated as a result of this new facility.

Similarly German 3D printer manufacturer Voxeljet has established a 78,000 square foot facility in Suzhou, China, which will have more than 400 tons of annual 3D printing capacity. This new additive manufacturing hub comes two years after the company opened its Weijie China in 2017.

The new additive manufacturing hub in Suzhou, China. Photo via Voxeljet.

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