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Branch Technology is Looking for Robotic Arm Operators and More

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Branch Technology is seeking humble geniuses to join their team. If you don’t know if you are a genius, but do brilliant work, you are the perfect candidate. A person who is interested in what we can accomplish together to change the world.

In particular, the company is interested in finding qualified robot operators as they are currently scaling up operations!

Current Open Positions:

  • Robotic Operator
  • Algorithmic Architect
  • Building Scientist
  • Computer Science – Workflow Development
  • 3D Topology Optimization

If you have a design background, you can upload your portfolio here.

Branch Technology is changing the way that we build, by asking the question, “what if you could build like nature?”

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Branch is moving to a minimal material solution. Instead of asking, “how much can we 3D print?”, we are asking, “how little?” Its Cellular Fabrication (C-Fab) technology enables this change.  Branch Technologies creates the complexity of a cellular construct into which economical construction materials are applied to provide the function and strength of a wall assembly. Composite structures are created using the same methodology with which nature builds. Like bones in our body or trees in the forest, optimized geometries are made strong and functional by the material filling the matrix. The interior and exterior skins can then be finished in any fashion.

At the heart of Cellular Fabrication is Branch Technology’s patented freeform 3D printing process. Freeform printing in open space is not constrained to the slow, layer-by-layer build process of traditional 3D printing. The company’s algorithm creates both the geometry and robotic motion to construct complex geometries in open space, without the use of support materials or highly controlled build environments. United with tried and true building materials and methods, this delivers a product that is both robust and revolutionary.

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