New 3D printing jobs at Hereon and EPlus3D, hires at Velo3D, Hubs, Uniformity Labs, new facilities at Stratasys, Morf3D and more

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Read on for the most recent vacancies at Helmholtz-Sentrum Hereon and EPlus3D, hires from Velo3D, Hubs, Evolve Additive Solutions, Uniformity Labs, and Equispheres, and new 3D printing facilities from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, Oregon Institute of Technology, Morph3D and Nexa3D.
3D Printing Lab Engineer/Lab Manager at Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon
The Institute of Active Polymers at Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon is looking for a 3D Printing Lab Engineer/Lab Manager to hitch its Teltow campus close to Berlin. The institute’s work focuses on researching polymer-based biomaterials for medical purposes, and is in search of an engineer or lab supervisor on a brief project lasting two years. 
The profitable candidate will likely be tasked with managing the institute’s 3D printing lab, together with the institution of workflows and worker coaching, and will likely be accountable for organizing specialised software program, tools and consumables essential to the upkeep of the lab, alongside researching and prototyping by way of 3D printing for multimaterial medical techniques and units.
Among different abilities, the Institute requires candidates to have an engineering diploma and between three to 5 years of related work expertise. Candidates may also must reveal a monitor document of expertise in R&D inside {industry} or a PhD within the subject, alongside hands-on abilities within the setting-up of kit and the design, prototyping and fabrication of medical units. 
Those wishing to use for the position of 3D Printing Lab Engineer/Lab Manager at Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon can accomplish that right here.
Application & Service Technician/Engineer at EPlus3D Tech
Industrial 3D printer producer EPlus3D Tech is looking out for an Application & Service Technician or Engineer to work at its Ludwigsburg facility in Germany. Successful candidates will likely be answerable for on-site commissioning and coaching at the agency’s buyer websites, in addition to offering options for buyer purposes and speaking points with EPlus3D’s tech staff. 
The firm is in search of somebody with a technical schooling, comparable to an apprenticeship or certification, within the fields of mechanical or electrical engineering. Successful candidates may also be educated in laptop {hardware} and software program, possess good English abilities, and have a customer-centric and self-starting mindset. 
Those who’ve a willingness to journey as a part of the job can apply for the place of Application & Service Technician/Engineer at EPlus3D Tech right here. 
Velo3D has employed Bob Okunski as head of Investor Relations. Photo by way of Velo3D.
New 3D printing hires from Velo3D, Hubs, Evolve Additive Solutions, Uniformity Labs, and Equispheres
Kicking off this week’s profession updates is 3D printer producer Velo3D, which has made a spate of hires in current weeks because it gears as much as change into a public firm. The newest hires made by the agency embrace Bob Okunski to the newly created place of Vice President of Investor Relations, and Steve Starner to the position of Vice President of Sales for North America. 
Okunski brings intensive expertise within the subject of investor relations having labored with a spread of modern expertise firms, together with a 13-year stint at SolarPower Corporation. Starner, in the meantime, joins the Velo3D staff after practically 15 years with Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, the place he led customer-focused technical gross sales groups in areas comparable to robotics, machine imaginative and prescient sensors, knowledge analytics, and AI instruments. 
The firm has additionally introduced a brief growth within the variety of seats on its Board of Directors with the appointment of three new members. Michael Idelchik, Ellen Smith and Gabrielle Toledano will collectively convey practically a century of public and personal firm management expertise throughout aviation, power, engineering, manufacturing, and operations. 
Idelchik was beforehand Vice President and Officer of Advanced Technology at GE Global Research the place he led a worldwide staff of 1,200 scientists, engineers and technicians for practically 40 years. Previously named within the Top 50 Women in Power, Smith has more than three many years of expertise inside the power and energy sector with stints at GE Energy and Pratt & Whitney, whereas Toledano brings an identical expanse of expertise in human sources and operations at enterprise and client firms, at present residing within the position of COO of Keystone Strategy. 
Velo3D has employed Steve Starner as VP of Sales for North America. Photo by way of Velo3D.
Moving on, Protolabs firm Hubs has named Alex Cappy as its new Vice President and CEO, efficient 1st October. Cappy has beforehand held the position of COO at Hubs since 2019, the place she oversaw the expansion and efficiency of the agency’s manufacturing associate community, fulfilment processes, and buyer and supplier-facing assist groups. 
Cappy may also be part of Protolabs’ government management staff, whereas her predecessor Bram de Zwart will tackle the position of Head of Innovation at Hubs. 
“I’m excited to welcome Cappy to the Protolabs management staff and congratulate her on her promotion to Vice President and CEO of Hubs,” stated Rob Bodor, CEO of Protolabs. “Cappy performed an instrumental position in Hubs’ success and I’m assured that may proceed along with her expanded tasks. I additionally need to thank Bram for his imaginative and prescient and management of Hubs over the previous eight years.
“It is outstanding what Hubs has change into beneath his steering, and I sit up for persevering with to work with Bram in his new position.”
Hubs has named Alex Cappy as its new Vice President and CEO. Photo by way of Hubs.
Elsewhere, 3D printing powder supplier Equispheres has added two new members to its Board of Directors who will present priceless monetary and {industry} experience because the agency seems to be to make inroads into the automotive provide chain. Rob Wildeboer, Executive Chairman of Tier One automotive provider Martinrea International, and Keith Spencer, Partner at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, will be part of the Board to assist the corporate in its endeavors. 
“The addition of Rob Wildeboer as a director, along with his intensive expertise and attain within the automotive components sector, underscores our dedication to the automotive {industry}, and experience in utilizing our superior aluminum powders to make metallic additive manufacturing aggressive with conventional manufacturing processes,” stated Kevin Nicholds, CEO of Equispheres. 
“Wildeboer and Spencer will present steering as Equispheres positive aspects traction within the automotive, aerospace and protection sectors and we’re grateful for his or her assist and curiosity in accelerating the momentum and dedication to the trail forward.”
Equispheres has added Rob Wildeboer and Keith Spencer to its Board of Directors. Photo by way of Equispheres.
Also making new appointments to its Board of Directors is 3D printer producer Evolve Additive Solutions, which has added Hugh Evans and Joe Allison of 3D Ventures Group.
An lively investor and entrepreneur within the additive manufacturing sector, Evans brings substantial industry-specific and monetary expertise to Evolve having served as SVP Corporate Development and Digitization at 3D Systems for six years. Allison, in the meantime, has devoted over three many years to growing new applied sciences and purposes within the 3D printing sector, additionally working at 3D Systems as an R&D Engineer then later founding 3D printing service supplier Solid Concepts. After promoting the enterprise to Stratasys, Allison served three years as CEO of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. 
Rounding off this week’s profession strikes, supplies developer Uniformity Labs has appointed Gary Brown to the place of Vice President, Finance. Brown will report on to Founder and CEO Adam Hopkins, and brings intensive worldwide monetary administration abilities in each start-up and giant public firms. 
Brown has beforehand held senior government roles at Nasdaq-listed producer Sanmina, Unicorn Construction, and expertise start-up Katerra, and has expertise main mergers, acquisitions, course of enhancements, and change initiatives. 
“The appointment of Gary is of nice profit to Uniformity,” stated Hopkins. “He is as acquainted with the start-up atmosphere as he’s with public firm operations. “His deep monetary and operational expertise will convey one other stage of management self-discipline to our firm as we proceed to develop our enterprise.”
Gary Brown has been appointed Vice President, Finance at Uniformity Labs. Photo by way of Uniformity Labs.
New 3D printing facilities at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, Oregon Institute of Technology, Morph3D and Nexa3D
Stratasys Direct has expanded its Healthcare Print Center in Minnesota to incorporate anatomical modeling and consultative companies with its J750 Digital Anatomy 3D printers. The J750 can produce fashions that mimic the biomechanical properties of bone, vasculatures, and organ tissues, which healthcare suppliers and medical system producers can use for system testing, medical coaching, or surgical preparation.
In the primary 13 weeks of operation, Stratasys Direct 3D printed more than a thousand fashions and labored with beta prospects to create anatomical fashions for product demonstrations, doctor surgical coaching occasions, and inner product growth actions. 
“With the addition of Digital Anatomy printers to Stratasys Direct we are able to now present firms with beforehand restricted entry to those printing capabilities the power to make the most of Stratasys Direct’s manufacturing service to 3D print anatomical fashions that meet their precise specs,” stated Rich Garrity, President – Americas for Stratasys.
The J750 Digital Anatomy Printer can produce fashions that mimic the biomechanical properties of bone, vasculature, and organ tissues. Photo by way of Stratasys.
Meanwhile, 3D printing service bureau Morf3D has introduced a new expertise growth partnership with 3D printer producer EOS at its Applied Digital Manufacturing Center (ADMC) in Long Beach, California. Morf3D’s ADMC is a 90,000 sq. foot state-of-the-art facility for utilized analysis, superior engineering and utility growth, serial manufacturing, and fostering new {industry} partnerships. 
The agency has invested in EOS’ Direct Metal Laser Solidification (DMLS) metallic 3D printing platforms, with the partnership forming to largest set up of EOS M 400 collection techniques beneath one roof. The partnership additionally contains automated shared modules, materials administration techniques, and EOS’ AMCM line of specialised giant format metallic industrial 3D printers.
“The AM {industry} is growing quick and Morf3D’s ADMC is a subsequent stage growth towards scaling manufacturing,” stated Glynn Fletcher, President of EOS North America. “Morf3D has advanced spectacularly, and we’re very proud to have been part of their imaginative and prescient from the very starting. EOS has by no means wavered from our dedication to serial AM manufacturing and the ADMC is one other large step on our {industry}’s march towards the digitization of producing.”
Morf3D has introduced a new expertise growth partnership with 3D printer producer EOS at its ADMC. Photo by way of Morf3D.
Elsewhere, a Hot Isotonic Press (HIP) from excessive stress expertise agency Quintus Technologies will change into the flagship piece of kit at the Oregon Institute of Technology’s upcoming Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research and Development (OMIC R&D) in Scappose, Oregon. 
The Quintus QIH 48M URC press will enable new analysis into 3D printing expertise and optimized materials properties, geared up with Quintus’ proprietary Uniform Rapid Cooling (URC) expertise. Once open, the OMIC R&D will convey collectively {industry} and larger schooling with authorities assist to conduct utilized analysis and superior technical coaching with the aim of growing new instruments to deal with immediately’s manufacturing challenges.
And lastly, ultrafast polymer 3D printer producer Nexa3D has introduced the opening of its first full-scale additive manufacturing buyer middle in California, NEXTFACTORY, in partnership with world chemical agency Henkel. Co-located inside Nexa3D’s world headquarters, NEXTFACTORY will present the agency’s prospects with direct entry to its polymer 3D printing course of from design assist and optimization to full-scale additive manufacturing operations. 
The facility may also supply built-in post-processing applied sciences, materials formulation customization, colour matching, and quite a lot of ending choices. Both Nexa3D and Henkel plan to ask extra automation, course of and software program companions to hitch NEXTFACTORY and benefit from the middle’s end-to-end additive manufacturing workflows. The middle is concentrating on key industries comparable to mobility, footwear, industrial, and well being.
“The middle is designed to assist prospects throughout all the additive course of and speed up the adoption of additive manufacturing of their enterprise, no matter the place they’re on their journey,” stated Simon Mawson, Senior Vice President and Global Head of 3D Printing at Henkel. “Customers will profit from hands-on coaching and the power to pilot their very own manufacturing necessities, enabling them to comprehend the total potential of additive manufacturing and leverage the mixed purposeful supplies, validated workflows and 3D printing experience that Henkel and Nexa3D have to supply.”
Nexa3D’s NEXTFACTORY. Photo by way of Nexa3D.
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