REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Carbon, the 3D printing company formerly known as Carbon 3D, recently announced that Paul DiLaura, former managing director at Dassault Systemes North America, has joined its leadership team as vice president of sales.
“With the recent launch of our M1 printer, Paul will be key to help guide Carbon’s strategic growth, accelerate the adoption of our technology, and maintain a central focus on customer success,” said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and co-founder of Carbon, in a press release. “This is an exciting time at Carbon, and Paul’s proven ability to successfully lead business in high growth environments will be a valuable asset to the company and critical to our growth.”
Paul joins Carbon after spending approximately 11 years at Dassault Systemes, where he led customer and partner relationships in the United States, Canada, and Mexico as the managing director of North America. He’s held a variety of roles, including managing some of Dassault Systemes’ key relationships (Boeing), as well as the majority of small and mid-sized businesses.
“I am honored to join the talented team at Carbon that is working at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science to create new possibilities with additive manufacturing,” said Paul DiLaura in a statement. “I look forward to partnering with customers across a variety of industries to help transform how they develop their products.”
Carbon (www.carbon3D.com) has received $141 Million in funding to date. The company introduced the M1, its first commercial CLIP-based additive manufacturing machine, in April of this year.