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Adam Fasnacht

A love story about 3D printing and solving problems – Andrew Sink

Andrew Sink creates a bridge in between the worlds of industrial and hobby 3D printing. His enthusiasm for the topic started the very first time he saw a 3D printer in college and he knew he wanted a career working with 3D printers. Over time he learned more and more about the technology and co-founded …

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They make metal and ceramic filament for ANY 3D printer – The Virtual Foundry

Brad defines himself as a “professional dabbler” (I guess you could say we have that in common) and started creating metal filaments way back in 2015! After a successful Kickstarter campaign, they’ve grown to offer filament in a wide variety of metals and ceramics. This is a humble, no-BS conversation about metal FDM 3D printing …

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This group of powdered metal experts is all-in on metal binder jet 3D printing – FreeFORM

Chris Aiello is part of a small team of engineers in St. Mary’s Pennsylvania. That team has spent their entire careers working with powdered metal to manufacture parts. Taking everything they know from press-and-sinter processes and DMLS 3D printing, binder-jet metal 3D printing became an obvious choice when they wanted to start their own company. …

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I analyzed 77 pages of 3D printing industry reports so you don’t have to – 2021

Every year different organizations will publish their own version of “The state of 3D Printing”. These reports are super interesting to me, especially because they’re all different! 2020 was a wild year. The status of manufacturing and 3D printing is evolving at an accelerated rate. In this episode I stepped back from interviews and analyzed …

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They make truly accessible metal 3D printers in the US – Xact Metal

Xact Metal makes accessible metal 3D printers in the United States. Dave joined their team after coming out of retirement and brought along his experience as an executive from GE. They’ve grown from a team of a handful of people into a real competitor in metal 3D printing, now distributing printers worldwide. Learn more about …

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German-engineered metal 3D printers are coming to the US – Trumpf

Trumpf isn’t the most popular name in metal 3D printing, but they have been established in Europe for many years. They’re best known for making metal fabrication tools. When it comes to 3D printing, they specialize in high-end super alloys for metal 3D printing. I got to chat with Adam Simons – President of Additive …

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What’s it like 3D printing on an ULTRA-large format printer? – Doug Costlow

Doug doesn’t run a 3D printing business, but he does have a ton of experience 3D printing with ultra-large format machines. These machines measure their prints in feet and pounds of material – not millimeters and kilograms. Connect with Doug on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-costlow-57942b60/ Turns out, there is a lot to learn when you scale up …

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A full-service design studio with a heart for prosthetics – Dive Design

Dive Design started when two college kids that got paired together for a project in their freshman year. They ended up working really well together, and entered a ton of design competitions throughout college. Learn more about Dive Design here: https://tinyurl.com/dive-3DPA Nowadays they make prosthetics for people and pets, while offering all the “standard” design …

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They make high-flow large-format 3D printers in a pole barn! – Filament Innovations

Filament Innovations hales from Coplay Pennsylvania. Despite the humble location, they manufacture large-format 3D Printers with a small dedicated team. Learn more about Filament Innovations here: https://tinyurl.com/3DPA-FI Mike started Filament Innovations after a disruptive resignation as an accountant. He takes the needs of their customers very seriously and won’t sell you a printer that you …

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