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Printing Quality Physicist


Rehovot, IL, IL

Job ID:  43461
Category:  Product & Engineering

We at Stratasys are passionate believers in the value and power of 3D printing, and in the change it can bring to design, innovation and manufacturing.

The solutions we create are used by over 20,000 enterprises worldwide, and are rapidly changing the way products are imagined, designed, marketed, produced, supplied and sold. We are literally shaping the world that surrounds us – from the products and services in our lives and homes, to our health and quality of life, our transport, security and economies, to how we teach, research and even learn.

Stratasys is the largest 3D printing solutions company in the world – a company at the forefront of 3D printing innovation for more than 25 years


Stratasys is looking for a Physicist to join an R&D group in charge of Printing Quality.

Roles and responsibilities within this role:

  • Defining, leading and performing tests and research activities in R&D labs and on printers
  • Improving printed part quality by defining novel sequences\ algorithms and by process parameter manipulation
  • Point of knowledge for System aspects of the printing process: requires an understanding of the mechanics, electronics, drop dynamics, and SW.
  • Defining high-level system requirements and software requirements for printers.
  • Qualifying new Resin materials and modules (print head, mechanics, electronics, UV  & SW)
  • Working in full alignment with all R&D matrix, project managers, and system engineers



  • Physicist  or othar relavent degree – minimum Msc. from a leading university. (Ph.D. preferred)
  • Knowledge in system engineering and definition of system requirements
  • Familiarity with Matlab programming, design of experiments and data analysis
  • At least 2 years of experience industry as a researcher/ system engineer.
  • Ability to lead tasks, prioritize actions, time management
  • A team player with high motivation and good personal skills
  • Background in printing industry, polymer chemistry or material curing processes – an advantage