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Axtra3D scales US sales, service and materials teams

New US Sales Regional Managers Russell Lamoy, Greg Wilkman, and Patrick Crompton, US Field and Service Engineer, signal a strategic focus on sustainable US channel growth.

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After its recent Revenue team and Japanese market expansions, Axtra3D, Inc., a rising leader in advanced additive manufacturing, continues on its growth path by adding two more experienced Additive Manufacturing US Regional Sales Managers, Russell Lamoy and Greg Wilkman to its newly structured US revenue and growth team. This is in response to the rising demand for the Lumia X1 and to support reseller and channel expansion.

Also joining this team is Patrick Crompton, US Field and Service Engineer, who will lead the US service and support initiatives at Axtra3D as well as growing sales and service infrastructure.

Axtra3D scales US sales, service and materials teams with new US Sales Regional Managers Russell Lamoy and Greg Wilkman The Lumia X1’s Hi-Speed SLA system exhibits significant improvements over conventional SLA and DLP business models by eliminating tradeoffs between print throughput, accuracy, feature resolution, and surface finish. Hybrid PhotoSynthesis (HPS) utilizes both a laser and a DLP to image simultaneously, while TruLayer enables rapid detachment of the active print layer. It is actively used in manufacturing direct-use ceramic mold inserts using the Ultracur3D RG 3280 Rigid Material in conjunction with Axtra3D’s Ceramic Mold Solution. Customers also benefit from the combination of HPS, TruLayer and functional prototyping capabilities afforded by high-toughness and high-rigidity materials like the LOCTITE 3D 3843™.

Russell Lamoy brings over 10 years of experience in the 3D printing industry, having held sales and revenue roles at 3D Systems, Markforged, Ultimaker, and HP’s Additive Manufacturing business. He has a proven track record of driving organic sales growth through channel sales. Also joining as the Channel Manager focused on the US, Greg Wilkman has 8 years of experience in the 3D printing industry. His diverse experience includes sales roles at Carbon, CAD Dimensions, and Cimquest Manufacturing Solutions, with a specialization in polymer 3D printing. Axtra3D will leverage its expertise and experience to shape the US reseller channel and sales organization. Patrick Crompton, with a very strong hands-on background in manufacturing, comes highly recommended from the MSOE Rapid Prototyping Center where he operated and managed DLP, SLS and FDM technologies.

The company is also adding Dr. Nancy Awwad, Ph.D. in Chemistry, to its materials and application team. With eight years of experience in photochemistry, including several years developing photopolymers for DLP and SLA products, she joins us as a Senior Materials & Applications Specialist. Dr. Awwad will lead efforts in developing and qualifying application-specific materials and solutions. This demonstrates Axtra3D’s commitment to enabling Axtra Solutions – fully optimized, turnkey 3D printing solutions for maximum performance and reliability.

Axtra3D’s Chief Strategy Officer, Rajeev Kulkarni, commented, ” Our team is proud to enhance our revenue and materials division with these skilled leaders, reaffirming our dedication to progress. This development continues Axtra3D’s journey toward sustainable growth as our technologies become more widely integrated into multiple industrial and healthcare verticals. Their expertise will enable our customers to effectively incorporate the HPS and TruLayer value propositions into their operations and business models. This is especially important as we expand our reseller channel footprint and offer our Axtra Solutions and Axtra OpenAccess business models – one providing fully tuned solutions and the other supporting our customers’ need to experiment with new materials and applications.”

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