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There Are 16 3D Printing Jobs Now Open at MakerBot

 MakerBot wants you. The Stratasys owned company is now well past the difficulties of the previous few years and is now crusing toward the future of manufacturing. If you are a maker you may like it or not but the structure behind MakerBot is enabling the company to truly reach more businesses, schools and people than ever before, finally bringing 3D printing to all. If you want to be part of this revolution, you can apply now for a selection of 16 3D printing jobs now open at the manufacturer in Marketing, Software, Operations, Design, Engineering, Sales and Training.

To become a global leader in 3D printing, you need more than amazing products. You need amazing people. At MakerBot, we work fast, have loads of fun, and are redefining what it means to 3D print.

MakerBot believes there’s an innovator in everyone. As a global leader in desktop 3D printing, we set the standard in reliability and ease-of-use by providing effective solutions for every stage of the desktop 3D printing process. From the start, we have also redefined what’s possible for makers of all walks by introducing many industry firsts.

Founded in 2009, MakerBot was one of the first companies to make 3D printing accessible and affordable with our first 3D printer, the Cupcake CNC. In 2010, we became the first company to present a 3D printer at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Now, 3D printing is its own category there with a myriad of 3D printing companies in attendance each year. After being acquired by Stratasys in 2013, we introduced the first Wi-Fi connected desktop 3D printer in 2014.

Today, the company serves the largest install base of 3D printers worldwide and runs the largest 3D design community in the world.


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