Polish 3D printer maker ZMorph announced today that it has added key leaders in the areas of operations and marketing to help drive the company’s growth. Iain R. Duncan has been named Chief Operations Officer, and Mateusz Makosiewicz joins as Chief Marketing Officer.
Duncan was formerly Chief Engineer Future Technology for Selex Galileo, Finmeccanica, and also had his own robotics company in the UK prior to joining ZMorph. Makosiewicz has been involved in the 3D printing space since 2009, and has worked at Zortrax, another prominent Polish 3D printer manufacturer, as well as Silicon Valley startup UXPin.
The leadership additions are intended to drive growth for ZMorph following the announcement of their ZMorph 2.0 SX multi-tool 3D printer. The new device is now available to order, with shipments starting soon.
ZMorph’s CEO and founder Przemek Jaworski said, “We’ve completed a full team of managers able to push us towards global success and expansion of our brand. With Iain and Mateusz on board, our product base can finally get widespread recognition, due to high quality marketing activity and technology backed by many years of experience in industrial context.”