The 3D printing industry has seen several career shifts and new job opportunities over the past few months. Carbon, Link3D, Roboze, and BASF 3D Printing Solutions have all hired personnel recently, and there are a number of new opportunities cropping up from companies including BEEVERYCREATIVE, Assembrix, 3Dexter and Simplify3D
If you’re searching for your next move or seeking to advertise new opportunities, now is a good time to check out 3D Printing Jobs. When you’re ready to rise to the challenge, we also have a guide on how to get a job in 3D printing. Read on for the latest news from teams across the 3D printing industry.
The latest appointments from Carbon, Link3D, Roboze, BASF
Italian industrial 3D printer manufacturer Roboze has appointed Graham Lindsay, an expert in 3D printing technologies since 1994, its Vice President of Sales. Lindsay joins the company following his position as Sales Manager and EMEA Director for American 3D printer OEM MarkForged. “I think that the current market – that is constantly getting more demanding and dynamic – needs only concrete, efficient, solid answers, high strength, and high-performance materials, but in particular accuracy and high mechanical tolerances,” said Lindsay.
“Right now, I consider ROBOZE as the best and most interesting solution: I’ve always been looking for innovations in the 3D printing industry so I came across ROBOZE and I got impressed.”
Craig Carlson has been promoted from Vice President of Engineering to CTO. Philip DeSimone, Co-Founder of Carbon and current VP of Business Development, has been promoted to act as the company’s first Chief Customer Officer where he will be responsible for managing Carbon’s most strategic relationships and customers like Adidas and Riddell.
Meg Nibbi, presently a VP at Carbon, has been promoted to VP of General Counsel and Rich Narasaki, previously the Head of Global Brand at GE, has joined Carbon as VP of Brand Marketing.
Printed Solid, a Delaware-based supplier of 3D Printing materials and accessories, has appointed David Randolph, owner of 3D printer safety enclosure manufacturer Ranlaser, as the CEO of the company. This shift was prompted after Printed Solid acquired Ranlaser in 2017.
Elsewhere, Kornit Digital, an Israeli manufacturer of industrial inkjet printers and inks, welcomes Stephen Nigro as a strategic advisor to the Company and Board of Directors. Last year, Nigro stepped down from his position as the Head of 3D Printing at HP.
BASF 3D Printing Solutions (B3DPS), a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF New Business (BNB), has appointed François Minec Chief Commercial Officer. Minec has previously founded Advanc3D Materials a company specialized in material solutions for Powder Bed Fusion.
In software, New York’s Link3D has expanded with the hiring of Ilan Solel, the new VP responsible for growth in the EMEA markets, and Wataru Nishimura, VP of Market Growth APAC. Solel was formerly the VP of Sales at from LEO Lane. Nishimura added:
“In APAC OEM’s are expanding AM capacities and deserve the best solution for streamlining their workflows. I am very excited to join this journey to provide customers with the technology crucial to achieve excellence in digital manufacturing.”
Vacancy: Mechanical Engineer at BEEVERYCREATIVE, Aveiro, Portugal
In terms of new opportunities BEEVERYCREATIVE, Portugal’s leading 3D printer manufacturer, is seeking a Mechanical Engineer with experience in SOLIDWORKS. The ideal candidate will have a personal interest in additive manufacturing as well as knowledge of open-source projects within the industry.
Solid IT skills, as well as communication and organizational skills are required for this position.
To find out more about the role and apply, visit the job listing for a BEEVERYCREATIVE Mechanical Engineer here.
Other current vacancies on 3D Printing Jobs include:
– STEM Trainer at 3Dexter, India
– Sr. PHP Web Developer at Simplify3D, U.S.
– Software Engineer and Blockchain Developer at Assembrix, Israel and,
– Blockchain Developer at Pennsylvania State University, U.S.
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