Leadership and staff of software company Pixel Pines will join B9Creations, a global provider of professional 3D printing solutions based in the Black Hills, in a statement announced today. Pixel Pines Partner Brian Butterfield will join B9Creations as Vice President of Product Management, joined by Pixel Pines Partner Pat Honeycutt who will serve as B9Creations’ Vice President of Product Development, with the remainder of Pixel Pines’ staff joining the B9Creations Product Development organization.
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