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Read on for the latest job opportunities, career moves, and facility openings from BuildBee, Ryse 3D, Launcher, Fehrmann, Sigma Labs, and Bentley.
Marketing Co-ordinator at BuildBee
BuildBee, an Australia-based 3D printing software developer, is seeking a new Marketing Coordinator to assist the firm in delivering its marketing strategy. With a focus on social media content and email marketing, the role will involve planning and implementing campaigns, writing briefs, copywriting, maintaining the marketing activity calendar, and tracking and reporting on campaign outcomes.
Candidates should have a degree in marketing, media, communications, or similar, as well as knowledge of data-driven marketing best practices. Design skills in software such as Photoshop or video editing programs are preferred.
Marketing Assistant at Ryse3D
UK-based 3D printing service provider Ryse3D is looking for a new Marketing Assistant as part of the UK Kick Start jobs scheme. Reporting directly to the CEO, the role involves supporting the development of the company’s IT and marketing strategies with social media account management, lead generation, and graphic design.
As the role is being offered as part of the Kick Start scheme, applicants will need to be young people on universal credit. Experience with computers is preferred and the role will require 25 hours/week.
Production Assistant at Ryse3D
Ryse3D is also seeking a new Production Assistant to aid in the manufacturing, planning, packing, and shipping of parts to be delivered to customers. Reporting to the Production Manager, the position’s duties involve manufacturing operations, stock checking, quality assurance, and logistics.
Again, the role is being offered as part of the Kick Start scheme so applicants will need to be young people on universal credit. Experience with computers is preferred and the role will require 25 hours/week.
Launcher appoints Tim Berry as Head of Manufacturing
California-based aerospace firm Launcher has appointed Tim Berry as its new Head of Manufacturing. In his new role, Berry will oversee the development of Launcher’s integration cleanroom and supporting assembly line. He will also help advance the firm’s E2 liquid rocket engine and Launcher Light vehicle before its first flight in 2024.
Before joining Launcher, Berry spent over eight years at SpaceX as the Manager of AM, Dragon Crew and Cargo Integration Supervisor, and the Falcon 9 Stage 2 Lead.
Max Haot, founder and CEO at Launcher, said, “We couldn’t be more excited to have Tim join our team in this role. He brings a combination of the ideal experience and background to have a rapid impact on our growth. His timing is impeccable as we transition from building the basics of our factory to transitioning into an organization that can build reliable low-cost orbital spacecraft at high volume.”
Stefan Ritt and Mahendran Reddy appointed VPs of Fehrmann
Fehrmann, a Hamburg-based metal alloy company, has announced the appointment of Stefan Ritt and Mahendran Reddy as the firm’s new Vice Presidents.
Before moving to Germany, Reddy helped establish the NAMIC (National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster) in Singapore. As NAMIC’s Business Development Director, he was responsible for helping drive the adoption of additive manufacturing in the country with joint research projects between industry and academia.
On the other hand, Ritt is known in the 3D printing industry as the European liaison and global ambassador for AMUG (Additive Manufacturing Users Group). He presented the first metal powder bed fusion 3D printer at an AMUG conference and helped introduce a new 3D printing technology during his time as European Managing Director of SPEE3D.
Ritt said, “We are moving into a market that is relatively saturated with equipment technology at the moment. In the future, further application possibilities will more likely arise through the use of new materials on existing machines. As an expert in material development in 3D printing and casting with decades of experience, Fehrmann Materials is brilliantly positioned to develop these new materials. Working with materials is now a logical step for me to expand and round up my knowledge through new learning.”
Sigma Labs promotes Jacob Brunsberg to President and COO
Sigma Labs, an additive manufacturing software developer, has promoted Jacob Brunsberg to the positions of President and COO. Moving on from his role as Senior VP of the firm, Brunsberg will now be responsible for product direction, strategic relationships, sales, marketing, and engineering.
Moving forward, he will oversee a number of Sigma Labs’ strategic initiatives. This includes the transition to a software-only offering, implementing a comprehensive OEM integration program, and implementing a new subscription-based pricing model.
Brunsberg adds, “I am humbled and excited to accept the new role and responsibility. I came to Sigma Labs with a passion for industrializing additive manufacturing and am honored to be able to lead and serve a team with this level of talent, potential, and technology. Our mission is to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing by setting the standard for in-situ quality monitoring and analytics.”
Bentley expands 3D printing capacity at Crewe factory
Luxury carmaker Bentley has invested £3 million to bolster the 3D printing capacity of its headquarters in Crewe, UK. The capital is being used to further fund a dedicated additive manufacturing facility, which fabricated over 15,000 parts in 2021.
The firm has stated that its goal is to create a long-term, sustainable business model that features additive manufacturing. Bentley is currently using the technology to produce components for its car prototypes, as well as full-scale powertrain models and aerodynamic wind tunnel models.
“Bentley’s approach to additive manufacturing is industry-leading and the facility is quickly becoming a cornerstone of our ‘Dream Factory’ ambitions. One of the key benefits is that it is efficiency led, cutting down on the cost and complexity of a myriad of jobs,” said Peter Bosch, a member of Bentley’s Board for Manufacturing. “This latest investment is also making a significant impact with our colleagues from across the company, helping to create advanced assisted tools to drive continuous improvement throughout manufacturing processes.”
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