Aurora Labs has moved to boost its top level with experienced engineering and technology executive Peter Snowsill appointed to the newly created position of chief operating officer.
The appointment comes as the Western Australian industrial technology and innovation company moves closer to the commercial release of its Rapid Manufacturing Printer (RMP-1) both in Australia and overseas.
In April Aurora Labs moved closer successful rapid 3D manufacturing after it printed complex 10mm high titanium parts in 20 minutes using its Multi-Layer Concurrent Printing (MCP) technology which will feature in the RMP-1 3D printer.
Snowsill took up the position on July 1, 2019 and has over 25 years of experience in engineering and project management across Australia, the Asia Pacific and the Americas in the SME, multinational, government and not for profit sectors.
Aurora Labs managing director David Budge says, “We are delighted to have recruited Peter as our new COO. He brings substantial experience of operating in high growth, technology companies. He will provide valuable leadership and skills as we continue to execute our commercialisation and growth strategies in both Australia and overseas. He is a strong addition to our Executive team.”
Aurora says Snowsill has had extensive business and project leadership success including business growth, company sale and integration, technology development and significant project management and governance in water treatment and renewable energy technologies through CEO, Business Unit Director and General Manager roles.
Aurora Labs (ASX: A3D) is an industrial technology and innovation company that specialises in the development of 3D metal printers, powders, digital parts and their associated intellectual property.
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