• Full Time
  • Budapest
  • Applications have closed

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3D printing, tech, startup

If you are a talented engineer who is excited to dive into with 3D geometric algorithms and other challenging problems, we want you on the Software Team as an Algorithms Engineer. In this role, you will report to your head of software.

The Job:

  • Develop world-class desktop 3D printer software with a focus on geometric algorithms
  • Guide the development of cutting-edge software features from inception to release
  • Bring innovative features to our users from underlying algorithms to intuitive user interface


  • Develop in C++ object-oriented design and development
  • Have developed 3D graphics or computational geometry
  • Love to study computer science journal articles
  • Fearlessly face algorithms
  • Work seamlessly with a diverse team of developers, engineers, and designers
  • Have initiated and completed complex projects, alone and on time
  • Are ready to routinely ship bulletproof software to thousands of customers

Bonus Skills:

  • Experience with solid mechanics or FEM (Finite Element Method)

We Offer:

  • A people-first, family-oriented company culture
  • A flexible vacation policy
  • Free Family Lunch, three times a week
  • Periodic visits to our HQ in Boston, USA
  • Unlimited snacks, sodas & beers
  • Choose your own device (Mac, Linux or Windows)
  • Access to unlimited 3D printing
  • Last but not least, an inspiring working environment with diverse, international colleagues

Formlabs is growing exponentially.  This position will be a part of our US-based software team but located in our new Budapest office.  We build amazing things. Come join us.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.  Even if you don’t check every box, but see yourself contributing, please apply. Help us build an inclusive community that will change the face of 3D printing.


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