Mission: The company’s founders have always had one main objective: striving to develop products that add real value to a designer's, patient's or toolmaker's work and life. They stated the company's mission
They company has a great atmosphere. Everyone is friendly and makes the office comfortable.
The US division isn't huge so you get to know pretty much everyone there.
They are really great at giving younger graduates an opportunity to start their careers and grow.
Pay isn't awful to start with.
Lots of opportunities for overtime if you stay busy and active and find things to do.
The products they offer and service are very unique and are doing great things, I don't feel afraid for my job like I have with other companies.
Room to grow, still a newer employee, but the opportunities to advance are their if you are willing to put the time and effort in.
Benefits are pretty good, plenty of PTO time and flexibility with schedule if you need it.
Opportunities to work from home on occasion given approval from your manager.
There system they use is a little dated, but that's hopefully getting improved soon.
Having HQ in europe and people all over the place it can make certain things more difficult because of time differences.
Pay could be more, but its also not awful
aspects of the company and work flow are disorganized and cause more hassle and effort, but we're working on that
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Materialise.
1. 30 minute interview
2. On site interview
3. Should have been a third interview but I never heard back from them
Tried to contact them multiple times after the second interview but never heard from them again