New 3D printing jobs at Sintratec, Hires at Roboze, Equispheres and CeramTec, New facilities at Velo3D and more

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Read on for the latest job opportunities, career moves, and facility openings from Sintratec, Roboze, CeramTec, Velo3D, and more.

The Sintratec S2 system. Photo via Sintratec
The Sintratec S2 system. Photo via Sintratec.

Software Developer in 3D Printing at Sintratec

SLS 3D printer manufacturer Sintratec is looking for a full-time software developer to join its R&D team in Brugg, Switzerland. The successful candidate will be tasked with developing and maintaining code for the firm’s 3D printers, desktop software for 3D print preparation, and cloud and CI/CD infrastructures. 

Desirable applicants will have a degree in either computer sciences, natural sciences, or engineering, and will have previously worked in a software team. Candidates must be skilled in at least one OOP language and be exceptionally skilled in at least one area of Sintratec’s “stack” which includes Java, Angular, AWS, C/C+, GNU/Linux and Jenkins and Docker.

Those interested in the position of Software Developer in 3D Printing at Sintratec can find further information on the role here.

Horst Garbrecht has been named President Industrial of CeramTec. Photo via CeramTec.
Horst Garbrecht has been named President Industrial of CeramTec. Photo via CeramTec.

Personnel changes at CeramTec, Roboze and Equispheres

Ceramics manufacturer and supplier CeramTec announced a change in management this week in light of President Industrial Richard Boulter’s decision to leave the company. Taking his place in the President Industrial role is Horst Garbrecht, who most recently served as the CEO of power tool manufacturer Metabo.

“I am sorry to see Richard Boulter go and thank him for his excellent work,” said Dr. Hadi Saleh, CEO of CeramTec. “Over the past three years, he has materially contributed to the development of the Industrial Division and its value to the future of CeramTec. Horst Garbrecht has impressively demonstrated in the past that, with his technical know-how, clear strategy and entrepreneurial far-sightedness, he can help a company advance significantly.

“We are therefore confident that under his leadership, CeramTec Industrial will thrive in the coming years.”

Alfredo Altavilla will join Roboze's Advisory Board. Photo via Roboze.
Alfredo Altavilla will join Roboze’s Advisory Board. Photo via Roboze.

Meanwhile, high-temperature industrial-grade 3D printer manufacturer Roboze has received investment from several notable industrial leaders. Alfredo Altavilla, Executive President of ITA Airways and former CEO of Iveco, FPT and Tofas, in addition to Boris Collardi, former CEO of Julius Baer Group and Managing Partner at Pictet, will join Roboze’s Advisory board alongside their investments. 

The firm has also secured investment from Chairman of the Board of Avio Aero Sandro De Poli, co-inventor of the microprocessor Federico Faggin, and Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Alain Harrus.

“This is a moment that in Roboze we will remember for a long time,” said Alessio Lorusso, Roboze Founder and CEO. “Having the support of people like alfredo Altavilla and Boris Collardi makes us understand that we have done something significant, but above all, it tells us that we are on the right path to do something that leaves a mark. As an entrepreneur, my role is to bring together the best possible team of investors, advisors, partners, and talents, creating a cutting-edge technology and a winning go to market strategy with fast and flawless execution.

“To do this, it is necessary to discuss with high-level figures, who are recognized by the market.”

Boris Collardi will join Roboze's Advisory Board. Photo via Roboze.
Boris Collardi will join Roboze’s Advisory Board. Photo via Roboze.

Elsewhere, Canadian additive manufacturing powder producer Equispheres has hired Calvin Osborne to the role of Chief Operating Officer, who will be tasked with aiding the scaling and full commercialization of the firm’s metal powder technology.

Having held previous roles at Schneider Electric, Andronic and Kodak, Osborne is a seasoned product developer and manufacturing executive with a wealth of experience in supporting R&D teams. Heading into 2022, Equispheres will continue to qualify its high-performance aluminum powders for industrial applications through engaging with equipment suppliers and partners in the automotive and aerospace industries.

“We are entering an exciting phase of our growth, with reflecting market demand coinciding with our business scale-up plans,” said Kevin Nicholds, CEO of Equispheres. “As our output rises to meet global demand, Calvin is the right person to manage that process.”

Calvin Osborne has been appointed COO of Equispheres. Photo via Equispheres.
Calvin Osborne has been appointed COO of Equispheres. Photo via Equispheres.

Velo3D’s new technology center

Metal 3D printer manufacturer Velo3D has opened its new technology center in Augsburg, Germany, where it will assemble and demonstrate its Sapphire 3D printing systems. The facility will also be used to deliver the company’s first end-to-end manufacturing offering to Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield (SBO) Technology, a European contract manufacturer specializing in the production of high-value metal parts for the oil and gas sector. 

Spanning 1,200 square feet, the European Technology Center will enable Velo3D to better service its customers through demonstrating the capabilities of its machines, in addition to strengthening its European presence. 

“At our Augsburg facility, we’ll be able to demonstrate our impressive additive manufacturing technology in person to customer prospects,” said Benny Buller, Velo3D CEO and Founder. “We’re also pleased to be launching in Europe with our first customer, SBO, supporting its effort to expand its capabilities and service new industries using our Sapphire system.”

Velo3D's new European Technology Center in Augsburg, Germany. Photo via Velo3D.
Velo3D’s new European Technology Center in Augsburg, Germany. Photo via Velo3D.

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