Ina grew up in India. A country where many women study mechanical engineering or other technical courses. Ina also developed a fascination for technology at an early age, which still accompanies her today. Her father, an engineer, took her to company tours as a child, nurturing her interest and passion for technology.

With bold steps on new paths

After finishing school, she decided to study business administration in India before moving to England for a master’s degree in environment and development. Already during her studies she translated many technical texts and manuals. Germany was also on her travel list early on and in 2014 she started as a Sales Manager at voxeljet in Augsburg. During her time as Sales Manager, she was particularly involved in the sales of 3D printing systems in Asian markets such as China and Taiwan, as well as in the internal sales team. During this time, Ina was able to discover many things and get to know the most diverse cultures.

“I particularly enjoyed the interaction with customers and our sales people worldwide. The customer contact on site at the customer or at trade fairs was particularly interesting. It was exciting to see how our 3D technology is received and used there. The market was still very young and there is a lot of potential.” Always inspired by the growing potential of 3D printing technology and fascinated by the progressive technical level of additive manufacturing, she still enjoys it today.

Courage to develop internally

But Ina continued to develop and wanted to return to her technical roots. During her time in Sales, Ina had already worked a lot on technical documents and wanted to dedicate herself to this work again in greater depth. It always takes a bit of courage to apply for a new department and leave your usual comfort zone, even if it’s in the same company. You get to know new processes and are confronted with many new topics and challenges.

She got the chance and joined the Product Care team in 2017 and takes care of the preparation of the technically complex operating instructions for our 3D printing systems as well as translations of internal company documents. The range of tasks in Product Care is very diverse: “In addition to the actual writing of the technical manuals, it is also about graphic editing, concept creation, up to various translations, as well as working with editorial systems,” describes Ina.

I particularly enjoyed the interaction with customers and our sales people worldwide. The customer contact on site at the customer or at trade fairs was particularly interesting.

Ina ChandorkarProduct Care

For this activity, she works closely with colleagues from other departments. What she particularly appreciates about this position is the interdisciplinary and international collaboration and the opportunity to continue to work actively on the further development of 3D printing as a technology of the future.

She feels comfortable in her current position and is pleased that she has taken the opportunity to develop internally. Today, she is one of our experts for the technical translations of our machine operator’s manuals and instructions.

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