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Job of the week: Engineering Manager - Gnosis Product Development Ltd.

Published 09 December 2011

Posted by Alan Cleveland

Article tagged with: jobs

Engineering Manager

Job Type: Permanent
Software: AutoCAD, Pro/E or a similar design or modeling software
Location: Shekou, China

Gnosis is a product design and development company based in Shekou, Shenzhen, China that provides mission-driven innovation for our North American customers in various consumer product markets.

- The successful candidate will have:
- 10 or more years of experience as a practicing engineer
- Extensive experience in new product development, especially in consumer products
- Three or more years of experience in managing cross-functional teams
- Three or more years of experience working closely with Chinese manufacturers and their local Chinese staff
- Excellent understanding of best practices for project planning, execution, and engineering
- Proficiency in Pro/E or a similar design or modeling software
- Experience with tolerance analysis software
- Willingness to work full-time at our Shekou design office
- Readiness to travel when necessary for supplier, manufacturer, and client visit

Sound like the job for you? Apply here.


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Job of the week: Senior Product Designer- Gnosis Product Development Ltd.

Published 08 December 2011

Posted by Carmen Aquilina

Article tagged with: jobs

Job Type: Permanent
Software: Pro/E
Location: Anywhere

Gnosis Product Development is a dynamic new product development center based in Shenzhen, China. We currently need Senior Product Designers who can analyze situations and discover opportunities to empathize with consumers, markets, and clients — a consultancy veteran who knows how to lead a project, how to get shit done, and is not afraid to get in the trenches and push to meet a deadline. Our ideal candidate knows about designing beautiful and compelling products and equally as much about getting them made.

We want someone open to adventure, able to roll with the punches, and ready to learn and adapt to new situations. You need to be energetic and willing to work as hard as you play

The successful candidate will have:
-  Degree in product or industrial design from an accredited institution
- Minimum of six years of employment in product development
- Demonstrated proficiency using 2D and 3D CAID tools (such as, but not limited to, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Pro/E, and Rhino)
- Excellent written and verbal skills in English
- Cantonese or Mandarin skills are a plus
- Pro/E experience is a plus!

Sound like the job for you? Apply here


If you have a vacancy that you are wanting to fill, get in touch here

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Prime Cuts: Artistic spectacle

Published 08 December 2011

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, rapid prototyping, rhino, prime cuts, eos, jewellery, art, glasses, tapestry

With 3D printing drawing curious glances from the art world and the greater public, it’s interesting that more art and design exhibitons are extolling its wonderous qualities of obscure shapes and forms.

These spectacles are part of the Send To Print / Print To Send show at the Aram Gallery, London beginning in January, dispaying the capabilities of the technology and some of its most innovative uses. 

The frames are laser sintered, before the arms of the frames are hand woven - designed to be hand customised to adjust to the culture and surroundings where they are to be worn.

The combined work of two designers previously featured in DEVELOP3D, Chloë McCormick and Nicholas O’Donnell-Hoare, these glasses are an example of what can be done with modern technology, while incorporating traditional methods such as tapestry.

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Dassault Systèmes Vs Fashion

Published 05 December 2011

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, rendering, dassault systemes, dassault systèmes, fashion, clothing, natural sketch

Having attended several of Dassault’s recent fashion events in both London and Paris, it’s safe to say they’re making a big push into what’s always been a 2D industry.

By launching FashionLab, Dassault has set up a ‘technology incubator’ dedicated to stylists and designers of the fashion world, with (from what we can tell) projected tools working around its Catia Natural Sketch software.

Its role in imagining “simpler but sophisticated” 3D design tools for apparel, leather goods, accessories… while being capable of “virtual showroom-back-design” is a forward step in creating working 3D tools for fashion and setting out the task of creating a new software product.

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