Formlabs’ New Offices in Somerville - Recap of the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
Formlabs is a 3D printing manufacturer and developer that was founded by three students from the MIT Media Lab. Their products allow their customers to create all kinds of physical objects out of resin. Since the company’s founding in 2011, Formlabs has experienced massive growth; the company has sold printers clients covering all kinds of industries including medical, manufacturing, and entertainment.
Along with increasing sales of their product, Formlabs employee base has also expanded across its home city of Somerville. For a period of time, the 3D printing manufacturer had two offices where the engineering, sales and marketing, and operations teams worked. The company recently opened a third office. To commemorate the opening of the new location, Formlabs held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Friday.
Located right in the Twin City Plaza in Somerville is the new office that is devoted to the sales & marketing and customer success teams. Formlabs Co-Founder and CEO Max Lobovsky, Chief Business Officer Luke Winston, Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone, and Somerville Director of Economic Development Thomas Galligani took out the giant scissors and christen the new offices.
After the ribbon was cut, we toured around the new offices and we had a chance to see some of the inner workings of the company’s sales & marketing and customer success teams. We even got a chance to see the Formlings (what the company calls their employees) own creations with the printers. Take a look at the slideshow below!
Also, Formlabs is hiring! Check out its BIZZpage for all of the company’s openings!