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3DPrint.com Announces Changes in Personnel and Editorial Management

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I am pleased to announce personnel changes at 3DPrint.com. Michael Molitch-Hou is now our editor in chief and Joris Peels has moved to executive editor and a new position as consultant for our sister property, SmarTech Analysis. The change will allow Joris to spend more time as one of SmarTech Analysis’s lead consultants. Fortunately, we continue to be able to bring our readers Joris’s editorial contributions on 3DPrint.com. Congratulations to Michael, who, among previous positions, was editor in chief of 3D Printing Industry. Long-time staff member Sarah Saunders has also been given the new position of senior writer and editor at 3DPrint.com.

I am pleased to state that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, our editorial team remains in place to ensure that we bring to our loyal readers the absolute best in worldwide additive manufacturing coverage.

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