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Read on for the latest jobs, hiring, and facility news from Hephaestus Labs, XJet, Carbon, Black Buffalo 3D, Artec 3D, and more.
3D prosthetic designer at Hephaestus Labs
3D Printed Prosthetics manufacturer Hephaestus Labs is looking for a 3D Prosthetics Designer to play a pivotal role in the design, development and testing of its prosthetics product line. Based at the company’s Burleson location, the successful candidate will be involved in prototype design concepts, fabrication and implementation of the company’s prosthetics, as well as continued prosthetic research. 3D printed.
Applicants should be proficient in CAD design and modeling and demonstrate a willingness to learn new programs. Successful candidates will be highly creative and have good time management, communication, problem solving and teamwork skills.
Those interested in applying for the Prosthetic 3D Designer position at Hephaestus Labs can find out more here.
New recruits from XJet, Carbon and Black Buffalo
Israeli 3D printer manufacturer XJet, which has named veteran 3D printing director Harry Danford to the new position of VP of sales for North America, kicks off this week’s new hires . The move is part of the company’s broader strategy to establish a presence in key regions and follows a slew of recent hires.
With a decade of business development and sales experience in additive manufacturing, Danford will help the company grow the adoption of its NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology in the North American market.
“XJet is the only company to use direct material jetting with metallic and ceramic materials,” said XJet CBO Dror Danai. “Our ceramic technology is well established and our long-awaited metal is commercial, so now is the time to ramp up business.
“I am delighted to have Harry on board to support this process, demonstrating the incredible benefits that NPJ technology brings to manufacturing, and I know his wealth of experience, connections and passion will be a great asset.”
Meanwhile, industrial 3D printer maker Carbon has named Phil DeSimone and Craig Carlson to the CEO’s office, while Ellen Kullman moves to chair of the company’s board of directors. As members of the Office of the CEO, DeSimone and Carlson will have shared corporate responsibilities.
DeSimone is Carbon’s co-founder and director of product and business development, and has built the company’s most strategic partnerships and customer relationships, while Carlson is the company’s chief technology officer, having developed the Carbon’s engineering and innovation operations since joining the company in 2014.
“As I step aside and assume the role of Chairman of the Board, I stand ready to provide guidance on the company’s growth strategy alongside current Board members,” Kullman said. “I believe Phil and Craig are the right leaders to drive innovation, drive customer success and strengthen our corporate culture.
“They have worked together for years to grow the business and bring complementary strengths to lead the business through continued growth.”
Elsewhere, construction 3D printer maker Black Buffalo 3D has hired Dr. Kunal Kupwade-Patil as chief technology officer. After leading several advanced concrete technology projects at NIST, MIT, ORNL, and 3D printing construction company ICON, Kupwade-Patil will lead the development of Black’s sustainable and alternative cementitious materials. Buffalo 3D and its nano-engineered cementitious materials.
“As we expand our global footprint, we will continue to lead the way in defining what is possible with code compliant materials, alternative cements, working towards carbon neutral ink and green concrete,” said Michael Woods. , CEO and COO of Black Buffalo 3D. . “Kunal has been instrumental in building this industry, and he brings a level of expertise that will continue to keep Black Buffalo 3D at the forefront of developing new materials and more sustainable building practices.”
Artec 3D opens a new office in Montenegro
3D scanner manufacturer Artec 3D has announced the opening of its new European office in Montenegro which will serve as a marketing and R&D hub. The new office adds to the company’s current locations in the United States, Luxembourg and China, and will allow it to expand its teams with new specialists in programming, R&D and marketing.
“As we look to the future of Artec 3D and our growing business, we are excited to create a new hub in Montenegro with its warm climate and beautiful coastline,” said Artyom Yukhin, President and CEO. from Artec 3D. “Especially as tech talent relocates across Europe, Montenegro offers many opportunities for Artec 3D to continue to grow.
“Software developers, mathematicians, computer vision and AI specialists, mechanical, electronic and optical engineers, as well as many other professionals will find an attractive living and working environment, joining a team user-friendly and innovative at the cutting edge of 3D technology. .”
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