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Will you be our next CNC Miller / CAM Programmer?

You will be responsible for operating one of our machines. You will combine the roles of CAM-programmer and machine operator. ​

At 3DTechDraw we work with Autodesk HSM software, within SolidWorks and Inventor. Under our supervision, you will soon become proficient in programming, especially if you already have some CAD experience.

Starting from 2D drawings and 3D models you will be responsible for creating products, both for clients as well as our own designs. We expect you to work with a large degree of responsibility and independence. As part of a team of experienced CAM programmers and machine operators however, your colleagues will be only too pleased to help raise your skills to the next level.​

We offer an exciting job for both experienced millers and eager learners without previous experience. We will match your responsibilities to your experience and talents.

What we expect from our colleagues:

  • Good technical aptitude
  • Affinity with working with metals and plastics
  • Not afraid of a challenge
  • Inquisitiveness

​Are you that highly motivated technician who can help complete our team? If so, send your CV and a short letter explaining your reasons for wanting to join us to info@3DTechDraw.nl. Would you rather speak to someone who can tell you a bit more about the job and the company? If so, please contact Jasper Wijnschenk by phone: +31 (0)345 532773, or send an email to info​@3DTechDraw.nl.​

This is why Jasper, Adriaan, Laurens, Bryan, Mark and Wim all work at 3DTechDraw:

Jasper Wijnschenk

“I started 3DTechDraw when I was just 21. I used to make 3D drawings up in my parents’ attic and now I’m managing director of 3DTechDraw where I run the business with the rest of my team. Teamwork is the very word I would use to describe my approach to business. Traditional, hierarchical organisational structures are really not my thing. More often than not you’ll find me on the workfloor rather than in the office. The most important thing to remember is that everything we do, we accomplish together, so we all share in our successes.”

Adriaan de Wit

“You don’t necessarily need to have an understanding of programming and machining when you start here. I’ve been working as an apprentice at 3DTechDraw since 2016, so that means I go to college one day and evening a week and I spend the other four days at work. This is my second training qualification and I’m delighted 3DTechDraw have given me the chance to combine work with study. The supervision is excellent, but I also have a lot of independence. More than anything, at the end of the day, I get a great feeling of satisfaction from turning out an object that the customer truly values!” 

Laurens Wijnschenk

“When I was still in school, if you’d have said I’d be working with my brother years later, I’d have told you were mad. But now I can’t imagine working anywhere else. Every day we discuss how we can best meet the needs of the customer. ‘Should we try doing it this way instead?’ is a question our team is asking itself all the time, whether you’ve been working here for just one day or for the last ten years. We are a real team. Everyone’s ready to step in at a moment’s notice and help if something is not quite right. Above all, it’s great at the end of the day to be able to hold and admire something that you’ve made yourself!”

Bryan Casey

“A number of years ago I moved from my home in Ireland to be with my girlfriend in the Netherlands. I got a job working at McDonalds, but at the same time decided to follow a technical course. Laurens gave me the chance to work two days a week at 3DTechDraw. The fact that I couldn’t speak Dutch and still had much to learn about metalworking didn’t worry them at all. They welcomed me with open arms. And 4 years on, I now have my ‘very own’ machine! Quite often, I find myself having to stop what I’m doing to help out a customer who’s come in with a broken part. It’s very satisfying to help them fix the problem quickly, so that they can get back to work again.”

Mark Mastenbroek

“I’ve been working at 3DTechDraw since 2011 and the thing that I like most is that it’s not your average kind of business. You’re given a lot of freedom in your responsibilities, and very much made to feel you are part of the production process. And there’s always time to have a bit of fun. If you work at 3DTechDraw you can count on the job being varied, because no one day is ever the same. You’re expected to work independently, to make an active contribution and not to be afraid of trying out new things.”

Wim Walkot

“I’ve been working here since December 2017. Up to then, I’d been ill and hadn’t worked for the previous 7 years. I’m currently following a work reintegration scheme and I’m impressed by the way 3DTechDraw have pulled out all the stops to help me in this. As I’m around 20 years older than anyone else, I was worried I wouldn’t fit in with all these young folk. But despite all my 30 years’ experience in the trade, I don’t really feel a day older. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. In fact, I feel right at home here.”

Margo Wijnschenk

“I have to say, I’m extremely proud of my two boys Jasper and Laurens. It’s fantastic that they’ve built up a successful business in just 10 years. Especially when you think it all started in Jasper’s attic. From the very start, I’ve tried to help wherever possible. I meddle as little as possible in their business affairs, since it’s them who’s running the company, even though they ask my advice from time to time. Like the others, we’re all part of the same team! The contact between colleagues is terrific and everyone shows each other the respect they deserve. And despite the fact they call me ‘mum’, I’m really just one of the colleagues. If you work here, you can learn a lot: every day is a challenge. What’s more, if you come here with an anything-goes attitude, then this isn’t the place for you!”