New 3D print jobs in Headmade Materials, Eaton, NanoAL, hires at Sigma Labs, Xaar, Renishaw facilities at GE Aviation, and CAES
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Read on for the latest job openings, hirings and facility news from Headmade Materials, Eaton Corporation, NanoAL, Sigma Labs, Xaar, Renishaw, Mighty Buildings, GE Aviation, CAES and Siemens.
Marketing Manager at Headmade Materials
Headmade Materials, 3D printing ColdMetalFusion developer, is looking for a Marketing Manager to help intensify and expand its commercial presence in the context of the mission of the company to establish itself as a leader in metal additive manufacturing.
The role will include driving the company’s overall marketing and branding strategy, managing campaigns, trade shows, media PR and directing social media activities. Successful candidates will have a technical background and a university degree in marketing, communication or media, as well as at least three years of professional experience in the field of B2C marketing. Applicants should also be fluent in English and have good German skills.
Prospective candidates can apply for the Marketing Manager position at Headmade Materials here.
Additive Manufacturing Engineering Specialist at Eaton Corporation
The aerospace division of the multinational management of energy Eaton Corporation is looking for an engineering specialist in additive manufacturing to join his team, based either on the basis of Orchard Park company in New York, either at its plant in Davenport, Iowa.
The role will be responsible for identifying and developing specific 3D printing opportunities within the MSD division of Eaton Aerospace and leading the implementation of MSD’s additive manufacturing strategy. Candidates will need to demonstrate a bachelor’s degree, a minimum of three years of experience leading engineering, CAD and new product development projects, and one year of experience in aerospace or additive manufacturing.
Those interested can find more information on the role of specialist in additive manufacturing engineering at Eaton Corporation here.
Engineer / Senior Scientist materials in NanoAL
NanoAL, manufacturer of aluminum alloys for 3D metal printing, recruiting a Engineer / Senior Specialist Materials to join his team. A leadership position in the R & D team, the role will involve working on all advanced aluminum alloy technology company, including its range of Addalloy powders.
The candidate will be primarily responsible for developing new materials and processes aluminum that adapt to the targeted markets and applications. Applicants must have the status of US person, a degree in materials science, metallurgy and mechanical engineering and knowledge of phase diagrams, kinetics in solid, metal alloys, thermal treatments, the basic metallurgy and processing capabilities, among other requirements.
You can apply for the Senior Materials Engineer/Scientist position at NanoAL here.
New appointments at Sigma Labs, Xaar, Renishaw and Mighty Buildings
QA software developer Sigma Labs, which has named Jacob Brunsberg as managing director, is kicking off this week’s wave of new hires. As a result, Mark Ruport passes as President of the Board, replacing John Rice, who will continue as director.
Brunsberg joined Sigma Labs in September as senior vice president and has since been promoted to president and chief operating officer with responsibility for the management of products, strategic relationships, sales, marketing and engineering. Now, he was appointed CEO.
“We are fortunate that Jacob has accepted the position of CEO, providing a thorough understanding of the additive manufacturing industry and an impressive record of achievements since joining the company,” said Ruport. “He played a decisive role in the transition of our business model to enable wide distribution of a software-only solution via a flexible OEM model with subscription pricing that reduces the entry barrier for customers to multi-printers plants.
“This change is growing among customers and makes Jacob the perfect person to guide our ongoing transition and execute our plan.”
Meanwhile, inkjet technology developer Xaar has hired Graham Tweedale as chief operating officer. Tweedale joined Xaar’s R&D team in 1997, helping to develop the company’s first generation inkjet printheads and opening the Huntingdown factory in 2007. Since then he has held several positions leadership within the company and led a number of business-critical programs and product launches.
“I am delighted at the appointment of Graham COO and wish him continued success in his new role as we strive to generate sustainable growth and provide opportunities for inkjet that our customers demand,” said said John Mills, CEO of Xaar.
Elsewhere, British engineering firm Renishaw has appointed Louise Callanan as director of additive manufacturing. Callanan started at Renishaw 25 years ago as a summer internship student, and after graduating moved from business-graduate design engineer to operations and management roles general. She was recently in charge of operations to the CEO of Renishaw, Will Lee, before his last appointment as director of additive manufacturing.
“I worked closely with Louise throughout her career at Renishaw and I witnessed the energy, commitment and passion she brings to the company,” said Sir David McMurtry, Renishaw’s executive chairman. “Louise will drive the development of our vision for the AM band and will bring out the best of those with whom she works.
“I have every confidence in Louise’s ability to keep our customers at the heart of our company and to find good growth opportunities.
California-based construction startup Mighty Buildings has announced three new leadership appointments as the company lays the groundwork for its next phase of growth. The company has hired Russ Atassi as COO, bringing more than 20 years of experience in supply chain, R&D and manufacturing operations from his previous roles at Airbnb, Apple and Facebook Oculus.
Rene Griemens was appointed CFO and joined the company from the company’s sustainable air mobility Volocopter and Mark Aldrich joined the company as General Counsel, bringing decades of legal expertise in regulatory compliance, product development and marketing strategies.
“I am delighted that Rus, Rene and Mark are joining Mighty Buildings at this inflection point in our development as we expand our strategy to support our next stage of growth,” said Slava Solonytsin, CEO of Mighty Buildings. “The enormous experience and expertise they bring will accelerate the deployment of our platform to enable developers to rapidly scale housing deployments and make sustainable living a reality for more customers.
“The opportunity and the demand are huge, and today we have the team in place to not only harness that demand, but to do so with a minimal carbon footprint and enviable speed of execution.”
New GE Aviation facilities, CAES and Siemens
GE Aviation, a multinational provider of jet engines, components and integrated systems, has set up a center of excellence in emerging technologies in Tamil Nadu, India, in partnership with the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO) .
The facility is designed to create an ecosystem of advanced research and development using additive technologies and produce aircraft engine parts such as compressor heat exchangers, combustion chamber components, housing managers, gears and splines. The center will also aim to develop the Indian intellectual property (IP) for 3D printing technologies, including materials, machinery and software.
Elsewhere, Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions (CAES) opened its new laboratory additive manufacturing radio frequency (RF) in Exeter, New Hampshire. The facility will support the company’s partnership with fellow electronics company SWISSto12 to deliver new 3D printing technologies to the US aerospace and defense industry.
The center includes hardware dedicated to the design and manufacture of the printed RF technology in 3D, including skilled machine melting on a bed of powder by laser beam (PBF-LB), a process associated support equipment, one line exclusive finishing and plating of metals and RF test full capacity.
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