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3DPod 3D Printing Podcast Episode 1: Intro & Printing Beyond PLA

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The 3DPod is a new podcast covering 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing. Its the only podcast where we take a helicopter view of our industry and with deep industry experience analyze what is happening in 3D printing. 3DPod is hosted by Joris Peels (3DPrint.com, Editor in Chief) and Maxwell Bogue (3Doodler, Co-Founder & Inventor).
Their years of expertise in 3D printing and unvarnished opinions are meant to make people think, reassess and get inspired. 3DPod talks about industry, machines, software, best practices and the technical aspects of 3D printing. The podcast was created for 3D printing industry insiders and experienced 3D printing people. We hope that it will also be interesting for those of you who are new to 3D printing. It is still early days now and we’ve done the initial episodes. We, therefore, hope to get a lot of feedback from you on how to proceed. How can we improve? What subjects should we talk about? What can we do better? We hope you really enjoy the podcast. Listen to it here.

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