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Endeavor 3D appoints Janet Dickinson as CEO

She will be responsible for managing the company's rapidly growing advanced polymer and metal AM and quality control operations

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Endeavor 3D, one of the largest 3D printing contract manufacturing partners in the southeast United States, has appointed Janet Dickinson as its new Chief Operating Officer. Dickinson will be responsible for managing Endeavor 3D’s rapidly growing advanced polymer and metal AM and quality control operations. Previously responsible for commercial strategy at Endeavor 3D, Dickinson now oversees a larger portion of technology integration and continuous improvement with support from Founder and Chief Executive Officer Phil Arnold.  

Endeavor 3D appoints Janet Dickinson as CEO. She will be responsible for the company's polymer and metal AM and quality control operations.

“Janet has systematically scaled our go-to-market and commercial strategy with efficiency and poise,” said Phil. “We have the utmost confidence that her expanded responsibility to enhance our operational excellence is the perfect opportunity for Endeavor 3D to continue our upward trajectory and shared success with clients and partners.”

Dickinson brings over thirty years of high-mix, high-volume manufacturing experience to the AM industry. Before Endeavor 3D, Dickinson served as operational manager with Phil at his international construction products company – overseeing manufacturing, supply chain, IT, accounting, HR, safety, and compliance. Dickinson’s blend of operational experience and IT systems knowledge supports the company’s digital manufacturing initiatives to increase efficiency, innovate faster, reduce costs, and continuously improve customer satisfaction.

“Endeavor 3D is a fast-growing business, which is dependent on the dedicated hard-working individuals who make this place special,” said Janet Dickinson. “My responsibility is to increase operational efficiency by optimizing our internal processes and systems so that we can support our current and future customers. We have the tools and talent to achieve our goals, so I’m thrilled for this new responsibility.”

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