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3D Systems President, CEO, and Director Abe Reichental
Abe Reichental
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    good experience, fair wage, (decent programmers)

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    • Career Opportunities
    Current Contractor - Director B U S Projects-short in Remote, OR
    Current Contractor - Director B U S Projects-short in Remote, OR

    I have been working at 3D Systems as a contractor (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    they give you good wages for the work but the competition with others is challenging. people like the industry because of news stories about dog legs and baby limbs.

    Cons

    not many, just be ready to compete with certain types of programmers that are just as qualified but much much cheaper for the company. difficult to compete. they don't have a central phone system. might as well just be using cell phones. the "receptionist" is a stay at home

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    stop trying to force outside software into the company and let us improve our own real crm. sales force is dumb for this business. realize we need 'from scratch' software, and make sure it's secured! also, we need more help from the directors of special projects. they have titles and responsibilities but no actual power to affect change.

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3D Systems Interviews

Updated Jan 16, 2015
Updated Jan 16, 2015

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
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    I applied through a staffing agency – interviewed at 3D Systems.

    Interview Details

    First was a phone interview followed by an in person interview. In person interview started in morning and lasted for the whole day. First few rounds were technical and between easy to difficult. Around noon, they took me out for lunch where they will judge on cultural fit. It seemed all people from all the teams were assigned for my interview. After lunch, there were few more rounds with different managers and I was really exhausted by that time talking about the my experience over and over again with each new set of people. Few days later recruiter informed me that there will be few more technical rounds from teams sitting in different geographical locations over skype and phone. Overall, I think the whole interview process was pretty long. I recommend to do a good research about their business because there will be many questions focused on that.

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Website www.3dsystems.com
Headquarters Rock Hill, SC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1996
Type Company - Public (DDD)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

3D Systems helps product designers and engineers bring their concepts to life. The company's stereolithography apparatuses (SLAs) and other machines create 3-D prototypes of everything from toys to airplane parts. Its SLAs rapidly produce 3-D objects designed in CAD/CAM software in a process called solid imaging, which uses a laser to sculpt plastic resin materials into physical models. Its ThermoJet solid object printer also fabricates plastic models using a modified ink jet printing system. Additionally, 3D Systems sells the raw plastic and metal consumable material used... More

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