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If you’re searching for a 3D printing job or seeking to hire additive manufacturing experts, our jobs site now has new positions available.
In this jobs update, we also take a look at some of the recent hires across the 3D printing industry. Read on for more from 3DEO, 3rd Dimension, Midwest Composite Technologies, Photocentric and InterLink Engineering.
Photocentric - Range - Photopolymer - LCD - Printers
Photocentric manufactures a range of photopolymer and 3D LCD printers. The UK company’s Liquid Crystal range of 3D printing systems draws on the group’s materials expertise and patented technology.
Photocentric is seeking a Software Developer to join their newly created software writing team. This is an excellent opportunity to join the company at an important phase and the successful applicant will, “develop personally as you create a business around you.”
Applicants - Photocentric - Printing - Software - Developer
Applicants for Photocentric’s 3D Printing Software Developer must be proficient in a one of the following languages, C/C++, Java,Python or NET and have a strong computer science background. You can read more about the requirements and apply for this job here.
Featured image shows Photocentric’s Liquid Crystal Maximus LCD screen 3D printer. Photo courtesy of Umair Iftikhar.
Arizona - InterLink - Engineering - Years - Experience
Arizona based InterLink Engineering has 14 years experience in product development, reverse engineering and design support.
The company requires a person with a minimum of 2 years minimum using SolidWorks to join as a designer/drafter. The position involves the design of mechanical and structural prototype assemblies. Also, the successful candidate will be required to create concepts, assess feasibility and design parts and assemblies in SolidWorks.
Apply - SolidWorks - Designer - Job
Apply for the SolidWorks Designer job now.
SOLIDWORKS World 2018. Photo by Michael Petch.
Industry - Forecasts - Manufacturing - Experts - Competition
As our industry continues to expand, and with optimistic forecasts coming from many additive manufacturing experts, competition for talent is also intensifying. Here we report several recent moves in the 3D printing industry.
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