Uniformity Labs, Fremont, California, USA, has appointed Jacob Brunsberg as a non-executive director. He joins board members John Ferriola, now chairman (former Nucor Corporation chairman and CEO), and Alan Batey (former president of General Motors North America).
Brunsberg is currently Chief Executive Officer at Sigma Additive Solutions, a provider of quality assurance software to the AM industry. He joined Sigma Additive in 2021, with responsibility for product direction, strategic relationships, sales, and marketing. He was appointed president, CEO, and Director in April 2022.
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Before Sigma Additive, Brunsberg was the global P&L leader for General Electric’s Binder Jet Technology unit, overseeing strategy, development, commercialisation, and overall business performance. Prior to that at GE, he served as Senior Managing Director of the Central Region, tasked with helping establish the US sales infrastructure for post-acquisition integration of several Additive Manufacturing technology companies – including Concept Laser, Arcam, and GEonX – into the newly formed GE Additive business entity.
“Jake’s appointment adds an extremely valuable layer of practical, hands-on experience to our board,” shared Adam Hopkins, Uniformity CEO. “He brings global commercialisation skills and deep knowledge of the technical aspects of Binder Jetting and Powder Bed Fusion, which we will call on to help us deliver the full potential of our technology.”
Brunsberg added, “I’m fortunate to have played a part in advancing the Additive Manufacturing industry. I am passionate about increasing the addressable market of Additive Manufacturing by lowering cost barriers to adoption. Uniformity Labs’ technology has the ability to open that addressable market by improving the capital efficiency of Powder Metallurgy manufacturing, increasing production speeds of equipment, and raising the quality of output. I look forward to working with Adam and the team and my fellow board members to further this significant opportunity.”