April 28, 2021
Uniformity Labs (Uniformity), a leading additive manufacturing (AM) company that is revolutionizing industrial 3D printing processes, has appointed John Baliotti and Harry Danford as sales directors – both reporting to VP of Sales, Walt Tersigni. Uniformity Labs has been rapidly scaling its business with a range of senior-level appointments to build a solid infrastructure to take on the additive manufacturing market aggressively. The company is well-funded, having recently completed a Series B financing round, bring the total funds raised to [$50 million].
An engineer by training, John Baliotti began his career at Sikorsky Aircraft as a design/analytical engineer. Most recently, he was part of Carpenter Additive’s business development team focused on accelerating the adoption of AM for the Industrial, Energy, and Transportation markets. Before that, John was the Vice President of Sales for FIT America, the largest independent additive manufacturing company providing engineering/training and production capabilities to clients globally. He also served as Director of Marketing and Business Development for The ExOne Company, one of the leading AM Binder Jet OEMs.
Harry Danford began his career in AM as Americas Sales Director with ExOne. His primary focus was on the US, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil markets, supporting CapEx Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing machine technologies. Since then, he has worked hard to drive the adoption of AM throughout various industries. Before joining Uniformity, he held a senior sales position at AddUp Global Additive Solutions, a French joint venture between Michelin & Fives that designs and sells metal additive manufacturing machines utilizing Powder Bed Fusion and Directed Energy Deposition technologies, covering a wide variety of applications.
“Harry and John add substantially to our sales and marketing capabilities,” said Walt Tersigni. “Their industry experience is unparalleled and together provide a unique skill set combining engineering, manufacturing, business development and in John’s case finance from his years as an industrial research analyst. The team has hit the ground running, and we are focused on helping customers unlock the value of Uniformity Labs technology.”
“While additive manufacturing has been around for more than 35 years, the technologies and industry adoption are both in their infancy,” said John Baliotti. “Companies need to understand the significant efficiencies and competitive advantage AM will provide and how Uniformity’s technology can help them get there.”
“The leadership at Uniformity have created a company whose technology and vision will speed the advancement of AM as a primary form of manufacturing in many industries,” said Harry Danford. “The efficiencies our technology can deliver, while not sacrificing, and in many cases, improving quality product output are very compelling. I’m delighted to be part of the team that is bringing this innovative metal AM powder technology to market.”
Uniformity Labs develops breakthrough material and software solutions to accelerate and expand global commercial/industrial 3D printing (AM) markets. Its patented technology enables significant cost savings, speed, and quality improvements across all mainstream AM printers. Uniformity’s feedstock materials and print processes dramatically impact the AM value chain by increasing the reliability and efficiency of printing.
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