Desktop Metal, based in Burlington, Massachusetts is reinventing the way engineering and manufacturing teams produce metal parts - from prototyping through mass production. Our mission is to advance product innovation with metal 3D printing. Founded in 2015 by leaders in advanced manufacturing, metallurgy, and robotics, the company is addressing the unmet challenges of speed, cost, and quality to make metal 3D printing an essential tool for engineers and manufacturers around the world. Desktop Metal has raised a total of $212 million in financing. Among the company’s investors include GV (formerly Google Ventures), GE Ventures, BMW, Lowe’s, and Techtronic Industries (TTI).
Join us as we change the way products are designed and produced with metal.
You want to build software that lets people effortlessly turn their ideas into reality.
You have a deep understanding of software architecture, computational algorithms, and 3d visualization. Bonus points if you have contributed to any of the open source slicer or 3d printer firmware projects. You’re hungry to work for a fast-paced startup. But most importantly, you want to build the next generation to 3d printing software.
Always searching for a better way to do things, you pride yourself on staying on top of the latest and greatest in the additive manufacturing space. In this role, you can use that knowledge to help a fast-growing company to thrive in a competitive environment.
About the Position:
Desktop Metal has an opportunity for an experienced individual to fill the role of 3d printing software architect. In this position, the successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring a our customers can seamlessly turn digital models and physical parts. The 3d printing software architect will also be working hand in hand with engineers pioneering new 3d printing processes. This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual to join an exciting dynamic startup that is experiencing significant growth.
- Designing printing software architecture
- Implementation of new tool path algorithms
- Manipulation of 3d models to optimize for printing
- Coordinating with multi-disciplinary teams to identify bugs and test new functionality
- Previous work with slicer codebases (Cura, Slic3r, Simplify3D, etc)
- Clipper 2D polygon library
- JSON data structure knowledge
- Knowledge of GCODE machine control language
- ThreeJS and/or OpenGL
- NodeJS, Meteor, MongoDB
- Knowledge of CNC CAM software
- Embedded Firmware for 3D printers
- Knowledge of 3D modeling