The DeltaMaker team reached out to da3v after the Maker Faire orientation (they are a sponsor!) asking if we knew anyone looking for work making, testing and supporting 3D printers
Here's the details
I am contacting you today to ask you a question on a different topic -- I was originally going to wait until after the Maker Faire to ask, but this topic has become more urgent in the past couple of weeks. I am looking to hire a few part-time Makers, or 3D printing enthusiasts, to work at "DeltaMaker Headquarters". We are beginning to ramp-up the production of DeltaMaker 3D printers for our KickStarter backers, and we need more people to assemble printer components and subcomponents. We want to deliver 3D printers to our KickStarter backers ASAP, and to do so, we need a few more "hands turning wrenches".
Do you know anyone who would like to help us build 3D printers? No prior 3D printer assemble experience is required -- we will teach you everything you need to know to assemble, calibrate, test, and operate the DeltaMaker 3D printer. We are looking for some energetic people to work part-time at our location, and we can accommodate flexible schedules. High-school and colleague students who are available to work after school a couple days per week are encouraged to contact us. They will need their own transportation to get to our office/workshop (near Universal Blvd and Sand Lake Rd).
In addition to printer assembly people, we also need someone to help-out with the software (Marlin, OctoPrint, Cura, Slic3r, etc), and our tech support forums.
Do you know anyone who might be interested in working part-time at DeltaMaker Headquarters? Are any of the members at FamiLAB looking to earn a little money?
If you are interested, you have two options - contact Bob Houston with DeltaMaker directly (he's one of the founders), firstname.lastname@example.org
- or if you'd like me to send an introduction email, I'm happy to do so (Please give me your background / experience with 3D printing so that I can mention it)