3DPOD Episode 27: Terry Wohlers

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Max and I really enjoyed our chat with Terry Wohlers. Terry has been writing the Wohlers Report for 25 years. This report is the definitive yearly 3D printing report, and gives us all an annual update on market developments, breakthroughs, and new applications worldwide. Additionally, Terry consults for many businesses globally, helping them to implement and understand 3D printing. His company has worked with over 275 clients in 27 countries including the likes of Airbus, GE, Lockheed, Apple, Procter & Gamble and NASA. I’ve known Terry for a long time and he always has insight and concise analysis of developments in the industry. Max and I talked with him about when to use additive, what is holding the technology back, the general state of the industry, growth today, some key highlights of the Wohlers Report, and his America Makes involvement.

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