Weston Beamor has strengthened its 3D print and bespoke teams as customer demand for personalisation grows.

Just a few months on from Ed Hole’s promotion to business manager, Weston Beamor has announced a new starter and two internal promotions.

Sarah Parry, who graduated from Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery following the completion of a BA Design for Industry degree, joined the company at the beginning of July and will work alongside Daniella Webb in the 3D Printing team.


Existing team members Anousca Hume and Richard Vinten have both received a promotion to senior CAD designer. Both are experienced long serving members of the WB team who will take on additional responsibilities in their new roles; Hume has worked for WB for more than a decade, with Vinten notching up seven years at the Birmingham manufacturer.

Commenting on the changes, business manager Ed Hole shares: “The demand for our 3D printing and bespoke design services is both strong and increasing. We’re focused on ensuring that our team can respond to this demand and deliver the high quality product with industry-leading service that our customers have come to expect. We are recognising the existing expertise in our team, whilst also adding more capacity, so that we build a structure that can flex and grow with customer demand.

“Sarah is a fantastic addition to our team. Her knowledge and enthusiasm for 3D printing straight from university is really impressive.  I’m also really pleased to announce the promotion of both Anousca and Richard. They are both hugely deserving and I know they will embrace and take ownership of the added responsibilities. They are key members of the team as we continue to develop our strategy for WB.”

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