If you’re searching for a 3D printing job or seeking to hire additive manufacturing experts, our jobs site now has new positions available.
In this jobs update, we also take a look at some of the recent hires across the 3D printing industry. Read on for more from 3DEO, 3rd Dimension, Midwest Composite Technologies, Photocentric and InterLink Engineering.
Software Developer at Photocentric Ltd, Cambridgeshire, UK
Photocentric manufactures a range of photopolymer and 3D LCD printers. The UK company’s Liquid Crystal range of 3D printing systems draws on the group’s materials expertise and patented technology.
Photocentric is seeking a Software Developer to join their newly created software writing team. This is an excellent opportunity to join the company at an important phase and the successful applicant will, “develop personally as you create a business around you.”
Applicants for Photocentric’s 3D Printing Software Developer must be proficient in a one of the following languages, C/C++, Java,Python or NET and have a strong computer science background. You can read more about the requirements and apply for this job here.
SolidWorks Design/Drafter at InterLink Engineering, Phoenix, AZ, USA
Arizona based InterLink Engineering has 14 years experience in product development, reverse engineering and design support.
The company requires a person with a minimum of 2 years minimum using SolidWorks to join as a designer/drafter. The position involves the design of mechanical and structural prototype assemblies. Also, the successful candidate will be required to create concepts, assess feasibility and design parts and assemblies in SolidWorks.
Apply for the SolidWorks Designer job now.
Recent hires and career moves in the 3D printing industry
As our industry continues to expand, and with optimistic forecasts coming from many additive manufacturing experts, competition for talent is also intensifying. Here we report several recent moves in the 3D printing industry.
3DEO – “Nail it, then scale it”
3DEO has appointed Marty McGough as Chief Operations Officer. McGough brings more than 20 years experience in, “applying Lean Startup and Continuous Improvement techniques to manufacturing, product design, cost reduction, system enhancement, and customer satisfaction problems for high-tech companies.”
LA-based 3DEO has developed a proprietary metal AM system that is used by medical device and aerospace customers to produce 3D printed components on demand. 3DEO printers are not available for sale, however the company has produced tens of thousands of metal parts using their Intelligent Layering technology.
McGough said, “When I first saw the process and what 3DEO was doing, I got excited…I saw a true volume manufacturing process that could easily be quality controlled and have repeatability in the output … a process that could compete in the traditional marketplace.”
The appointment comes as 3DEO plans to add capacity, bringing a further 12 machines online to supplement the current 8 metal AM systems. A key differentiator of 3DEO is the tolerances made possible by Intelligent Layering. This is achieved in part by keeping the 3D printers in-house allowing the company to optimise systems. McGough will be assisting with ISO certifications for 3DEO and introducing further automation to improve standardization, or as he puts it, “Nail it, then scale it”.
New VP of Business Development at 3rd Dimension
Amy Hoage joins 3rd Dimension as the new Vice President of Business Development and Marketing.
Hoage has more than 18 years experience working in the aerospace sector, and joins Indianapolis-based design, consulting and AM bureau from Ducommun, Inc.
Bob Markley, 3rd Dimension CEO, stated, “Through the process of getting to know Amy, it has become very clear that she shares the same way of doing business and providing the value add solutions that our customers have come to expect from 3rd Dimension. Her extensive experience, engineering background, and drive to provide a complete and appropriate solution to our customers make her a great addition not only to our team, but to the additive manufacturing industry as a whole.”
Midwest Composite Technologies appoints new CEO
Ryan Martin, a former GE Additive executive, is the new CEO of AM prototype and low-volume production component manufacturing company Midwest Composite Technologies (MCT).
MCT was acquired in September by Chicago’s CORE Industrial Partners. Martin brings 14 years leadership experience with him and most recently was, “critical in the integration of the Concept Laser and Arcam businesses into GE Additive and led the commercialization of multiple new products that GE Additive has brought to the market.”
The new MCT stated, “I’m thrilled to be taking on the role of CEO at MCT, especially at a critical time when the company is poised for significant long term growth.”
“MCT has developed a unique and broad range of capabilities and deep expertise with over 40 additive manufacturing machines including in-house selection laser sintering (“SLS”), direct metal laser sintering (“DMLS”), polyjet printing (“PJET”), and fused deposition modeling (“FDM”) technologies, in addition to their CNC Machining, injection molding, and industrial design capabilities. Each of these capabilities allows MCT to collaboratively work with our customers to provide the best solution for their rapid prototyping and production needs all while providing industry leading turnaround times and service. MCT has an incredible value proposition with an extremely talented team and we look forward to sharing our story with customers in the coming months and years.”
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