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Read on for updates on career moves at Enable, UMaine, MachineWorks, Nanoscribe, Aurora, Biogelx and AMT.
Sales Development Representative for Digifabster in London UK, Munich Germany, Amsterdam Netherlands
California-based digital management software company Digifabster, has three positions available based in London, Amsterdam and Munich. The company is looking for a Sales Development Representative, which will have a key role in its European operations. Digifabster manages more than 50,000 customers in over 40 countries across Europe and the US, generating more than $15million in revenue since the company was founded in 2015.
Responsibilities of the Sales Development Representative include driving sales from initial contact until close, performing online or face-to-face product sales presentations, and working with technical staff and other internal colleagues to meet customer needs. Much of the work will be performed via web-based meetings, demos and phone calls, and the successful candidate will be expected to work either directly or remotely with the Vice President of Sales and CPO in the local office based in Amsterdam. The role will involve travel and participation in the company’s trade shows across Europe.
The ideal applicant will have a minimum of three years’ experience in sales within a technology/software organization, with an engineering degree or SaaS experience considered to be a bonus. Strong technical knowledge of CNC, 3D printing, sheet metals and injection molding are essential for the role. While French and German language skills would be advantageous, candidates must have an excellent grasp of spoken and written English. Digifabster is looking for someone with a strong track record in sales, a client base and strong networking skills.
Metalpine opens new production site in Austria
Manufacturer of 3D printing materials Metalpine, part of the international htm group (hightech metal investment GmbH), has recently celebrated the opening of its new production site in the city of Graz in Austria. The total capacity of the new site will gradually be increased to 400 tons per year, and its production will be geared towards highly spherical metal powders. All materials are produced at the site using a flexible, environmentally friendly inert gas process, and are aimed at applications such as laser powder bed processes, metal sintering and powder build-up welding.
The new production site in Graz will also act as a network for industrial and university research and development in the field of additive manufacturing. Working with Montanuniversität Leoben and the Graz University of Technology, it will conduct research into production processes, materials and fields of application within 3D printing.
New appointments in the 3D printing industry
The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT), which represents more than 600 builders and distributors in additive manufacturing, has elected Glynn Fletcher and Blake Consdorf to its board on three-year terms. Fletcher joins the board with experience in manufacturing spanning two decades including senior roles at EOS, Georg Fischer and Cincinnati Milacron. Condorf, who also serves on AMT’s Automation in Manufacturing (AIM) committee, joins from Bourn & Koch, and also boasts more than two decades of experience in manufacturing.
“We are very pleased to welcome these accomplished leaders to the AMT board of directors,” said Doug Woods, President of AMT. “Combined, they bring more than half a century of strategic leadership and innovative thinking in the manufacturing industry. Their industry experience and vision will be invaluable as AMT continues to develop services and products to meet our members’ needs and to advance the adoption of transformative technologies in the manufacturing ecosystem.”
New CEO appointed at Biogelx
Scottish biogel developer Biogelx has appointed Alison Clayton as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), succeeding the recently retired Mitch Scanlan. Clayton brings over 25 years worth of experience in the contract testing industry to the business, along with a strong background in academic research, and a PhD from the University of Glasgow in pharmacology. Margaret Temple, who has over 25 years of experience in the life science sector, has also been appointed to the board of directors as Non-Executive Director.
“I am excited to be joining Biogelx at this time when the applications for the products in 3D bioprinting and also 3D cell culture are growing,” said Alison Clayton, CEO of Biogelx. “We have extensive collaborations ongoing with both academia and commercial organisations which further develop the applications for the products maximising their utility within the research and development space.”
Aurora Labs seeks new CEO after reshuffle
Metal 3D printer developer Aurora Labs is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) after it announced changes at board and executive levels. Previous CEO and founder David Bulge has stepped down, and will take up a new role as Chief Technology Officer. Aurora is therefore looking to recruit a new CEO with “considerable experience in proven sales,” with Chief Operating Officer (COO) Peter Snowsill acting as interim CEO until a permanent appointment is made. Paul Kristensen has also left the board under the company’s “board refresh strategy,” as it prepares to commercialize its metal additive manufacturing technology.
“Aurora has received an increasing level of interest from several major international businesses for its 3D printing technology, so it’s imperative we are able to capitalise on this by ensuring we have the optimal skillset at a board and executive level for the next exciting phase of the company’s evolution,” Kristensen said in a statement.
Tritschler joins Nanoscribe executive board
Lars Tritschler has joined Nanoscribe’s executive board as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
He will be responsible for organization, finances, purchasing, human resources and legal affairs for the German manufacturers of high-precision additive manufacturing systems. Trischler becomes the third member of senior management at Nanoscribe, alongside its two co-founders Martin Hermatschweiler (Chief Executive Officer) and Dr. Michael Thiel (Chief Science Officer).
“I am very pleased that with Lars Tritschler we now have an experienced business economist and manager as CFO on our management board. He has already proven his management strengths many times, for example in the establishment of our three new locations in Shanghai, Boston and Karlsruhe, and this within an exceptionally short timeframe,” explains Martin Hermatschweiler, Chief Executive Officer of Nanoscribe.
MachineWorks hires three new developers
Sheffield-based 3D printing developer MachineWorks has hired three new developers. The new recruits will be involved in innovative development and the improvement of core functionality in both the MachineWorks and Polygonica libraries. The developers named Rob, Adam and Matthew, have MA and PhD qualifications from the universities of York, Sheffield and Durham respectively, and the company is hoping they will provide fresh perspectives on enhancing the company’s portfolio of products.
Cerahelix CEO resigns to head AM at Maine University
Susan Mackay has resigned as CEO and co-founder of water filtration company Cerahelix to become the research and development program manager at the University of Maine. Her new role will involve managing the advanced structures and composites center’s additive manufacturing program, in order to develop and commercialize its 3D printing products. Coming from a background in product development and materials research, MacKay has held roles at 3M, Physical Electronics and Zeomatrix.
“With her wealth of entrepreneurial experience, leadership in scientific innovation, and creativity, Susan will have a major impact at the center,” said Habib Dagher, the center’s Executive Director. “Her experience as an entrepreneur in residence will be invaluable for students and staff learning how to spin off new businesses and help existing businesses grow.”
Enable appoint Kilburn as Sales Director
UK-based additive casting specialists Enable has appointed Philip Kilburn as its Sales Director. Founded in 2019, the business manufactures metal casting moulds for the aerospace, marine, automotive and industrial manufacturing industries. An engineer by trade, Kilburn brings 27 years worth of experience in additive manufacturing to the role having previously held roles at 3D Systems, Materialise and LPW Technology.
“I am very excited about joining the team at Enable. Over the last decades, I have seen the market for additive manufacturing evolve and I am confident that now is the right time to take an innovative process like additive casting offered by Enable to market,” said Philip Kilburn, Sales Director at Enable.
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