REDWOOD CITY, CA – April 19, 2018 – Carbon (www.carbon3d.com), a Silicon Valley-based digital 3D Manufacturing company, today announced that HR veteran Libby Wolfensperger has joined the company as Vice President of People. In her role, Libby will be responsible for managing Carbon’s efforts to attract and retain the best and brightest talent, and to preserve and enhance Carbon’s unique culture that is core to the company.
“We are very excited to welcome Libby to the Carbon team,” said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, Carbon’s CEO and Co-founder. “Libby joins at a critical time in Carbon’s journey, as we continue to rapidly expand our team both here in the U.S. and globally. Our employees are our greatest asset and her extensive experience will play a crucial role in our growth, while helping us preserve our company’s special culture.”
“I’m excited to join Carbon, a dynamic Silicon Valley innovator and global leader in digital 3D Manufacturing,” said Libby Wolfensperger. “I’m looking forward to being part of such an incredible team, and to directly contribute to the company’s phenomenal culture and growth.”
Libby joins Carbon from GREE International Entertainment, Inc., where she served as Vice President of Human Resources. As the global HR leader, Libby was responsible for creating and managing a strategic HR organization that partnered with the business to help accelerate and support growth and change.
Prior to GREE, Libby served in senior global HR roles at Clearwire, Robert Half international, and Vodafone. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from University of California, Santa Cruz, lived in Japan for seven years, and has served as a board member for several nonprofits.
Founded in 2013, Carbon pioneered a revolutionary alternative to 3D printing, fusing light and oxygen to rapidly produce products from a pool of liquid resin. Its novel approach combines connected, data-centric hardware with over-the-air software updates and innovative materials, enabling creators to design and produce previously unmakeable products, both economically and at mass scale. Carbon’s unique subscription-based model closely aligns it to its customers’ businesses – with every-six-week software updates, continuous education and training programs, and one-to-one customer service – to ensure optimal customer experiences and capabilities. This results in deep partnerships with customers that open up new business models across a variety of industries, including automotive, consumer products, dental, and medical.
Carbon is a Silicon Valley-based company working at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science to deliver on the promise of digital 3D Manufacturing. The company empowers its customers and partners to evolve beyond using 3D printing for basic prototyping to producing at scale by revolutionizing how they design, engineer, make, and deliver their products. With Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ technology and its SpeedCell™ system (M Series printers and Smart Part Washer), manufacturers can unlock new business opportunities such as mass customization, on-demand inventory, and differentiated products made with unique functional materials. Carbon’s solutions also provide substantial operational efficiencies, such as the elimination of tooling costs and decreased time to market. To learn more, visit www.carbon3d.com.