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Objective3D Appoints New Technical Service Manager

Objective3D, the leading provider of Stratasys and Desktop Metal 3D Printers has today announced the appointment of Arron Jack as the new Technical Services Manager.

Arron, a highly experienced technician will be working with the Objective3D technical services team to empower its customers by more efficient usage of their Professional 3D Printers as well as to strengthen Objective3D’s drive and growth for greater market share in both Australia and New
Zealand.


Arron is well known to product designers and manufacturers across Australia and New Zealand having spent almost two decades in a variety of technical roles in the 3D printing industry, the most recent with Fuji Xerox Australia.

Objective3d Managing Director, Matt Minio, said: “We’re very pleased to have Arron join our team. Arron’s technical experience spans the wide range of 3d printing technologies including Stratasys FDM and PolyJet.

“After sales service and support for professional 3D printers are critical. Arron with his detailed knowledge and experience will assist in keeping our growing number of customers’ equipment operational. This will further strengthen our close relationships with our customers and enhance our potential for developing other opportunities.”, added Matt Minio.

“Arron is an integral leader in our service team”, added Objective 3D Technical Director, Darryl Wootton, “We have been benefiting from his extensive background in a number of ways. He hit the ground running and immediately began contacting our customers and undertaking both onsite and over the phone. Arron’s appointment is already resulting in more timely resolutions to customer technical service issues which is a key requirement in the market.”

Arron Jack is based out of the Objective3D Melbourne office and can be contacted at +613 9785 2333 or for more information on Objective3D customer support visit: https://www.objective3d.com.au/customer-support/

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