PostProcess expands capabilities with new appointments in operations, engineering, marketing & sales

July 21, 2017

July 21, 2017

PostProcess expands capabilities with new appointments in operations, engineering, marketing and sales

PostProcess Technologies provides post-processing solutions for additively manufactured parts (Courtesy PostProcess)


PostProcess Technologies, Buffalo, New York, USA, a provider of automated and intelligent post-processing solutions for additively manufactured parts, has announced the appointment of four new employees in senior leadership roles to drive the expansion and scalability of its operations, engineering, marketing and sales departments.

Bob Bosinski has been appointed Vice President of Operations and reportedly brings extensive experience in designing and deploying robust processes and systems to enable rapid expansion. Bosinski was previously employed by AirSep Corporation, where he spent twenty-four years managing multiple departments with responsibilities in quality, manufacturing and engineering. “I’m excited for the opportunity at PostProcess and the impact we are making in the AM industry,” he stated.  Bosinski holds an MA in Industrial Technology from Buffalo State College.

Michael Frauens, Principal Process Development Engineer, joins PostProcess with decades of industrial engineering experience, having worked for Stratasys and Eastman Kodak, where he was awarded several patents. Frauens’ material science background and system implementation expertise is expected to allow him to advance the company’s FINISH3D™ lab, where it states over 500,000 parts have so-far been benchmarked.

As Principle Process Development Engineer Frauens will implement a platform to transform material data into useful information for development engineering, as well as a recommendation model that enables customers to scale their Additive Manufacturing operation into high volume production. Frauens is a graduate of MIT, where he gained an MA in System Engineering and Management.

Diana Robbins also joins PostProcess as Director of Marketing, will advance the company’s marketing, business development, and inside sales functions. Robbins’ has been involved in marketing for over fifteen years, during which time she has worked in complex engineering settings and is reported to have implemented marketing strategies which delivered exponential growth. Most recently, Robbins was employed with Harper International and Greatbatch Inc., now Integer. She holds an MBA from the University at Buffalo.

Lynda DePetris, joining PostProcess from a start-up acquired by Dow Chemical Company, will lead sales efforts on the USA’s West Coast, and brings twenty-five years of experience in both small and large multinational organisations including IBM and Microsoft. According to PostProcess, DePetris’ background of developing and implementing sales strategies for industrial technologies to achieve profitable growth will help to ensure the company captures the expansive market opportunities available in the Western US.  DePetris holds an MBA from the University at Santa Clara.

“Today’s announcement is another building block in PostProcess’ rapid and transformational journey,” stated Jeff Mize, PostProcess Technologies CEO. “We are excited to add this impressive bench strength to our team, with deep knowledge and skills to further accelerate our mission of unlocking scalable industrial Additive Manufacturing. The entire team is extraordinarily passionate and dedicated to delivering exceptional customer satisfaction and in turn revolutionising the additive manufacturing market.”

In April, PostProcess completed a $4 million seed round, including a $1 million investment from New York Ventures, the venture capital investment arm of Empire State Development.

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