Uwe Wagner appointed new CTO of 3D-Micromac

Uwe Wagner has been appointed chief technology officer of 3D-Micromac. Wagner takes charge of technological management at the Chemnitz machine manufacturer and heads the company divisions of engineering and process development.

Wagner was born in 1971. He studied electrical engineering and communication engineering at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover and began his professional career at the Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH). In the following years, he worked for LPKF Laser and Electronics, Jenoptik Automatisierungstechnik and Jenoptik Laser, where his responsibilities included product management, international sales and the development of new business fields, as well as business development for the laser and material processing division at Jenoptik.

Wagner has been working for 3D-Micromac since 2012. He was appointed chief sales officer in 2013.

The previous CTO Dr Carsten Swiatkowski will leave 3D-Micromac for family reasons as of 30 April 2017.

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