3DPod 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Podcast Episode 2: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

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3DPod is a unique, entertaining and hopefully thought-provoking podcast about 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing. We look at the 3D printing market in the broadest sense and hope to give you new 3D printing insight. In this episode we discuss the Fourth Industrial Revolution. What does this term mean? How realistic is it? And what is happening now?
Our previous podcast on 3D printing in Education is here while our podcast on 3D Printing Beyond PLA is here.
3DPod is brought to you by Joris and Max: 
Joris Peels is the Netherlands-based Editor in Chief of 3DPrint.com, the #1 source for 3D printing news and industry resources.  Joris has more than a decade’s experience working for 3D printing companies including Shapeways, Materialise, Formlabs, Ultimaker, MakePrintable, Hewlett Packard. Joris lives, eats, sleeps and dreams 3D printing and tries to give a dose of realism and truth to the hype surrounding 3D printing.
Maxwell Bogue is Co-Founder and Inventor of the 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen and one of the most successful Kickstarter projects of all-time.  Once described by the Huffington Post as “the happiest man at CES” Maxwell has been invited to keynote and speak at events worldwide including LeWeb, Tech+ and CE Week, both on the 3D printing industry and getting companies off the ground.

.The Spotify link is here, the Apple Podcasts link is here. The podcast 3D printing in medicine is here, the 3D printing guns podcast is here, this is the Fourth Industrial Revolution Podcast and this is the First one, Beyond PLA.

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