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3DPOD Episode 51: 3D Printing Materials Deep Dive with 3Degrees Founder Mike Vasquez

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After studying at Loughborough and MIT he worked on making snowboard components for Burton, Mike Vasquez started 3Degrees. There, he’s not only a 3D printing consultant but also has his own podcast. So, as a first for us, we’re doing a collab where you and the 3Degrees audience will be able to listen to our joint show. Ignore the MIT degrees and the vast knowledge, as well as Mike’s silky smooth voice, please, and stick to our program!

Max and I again enjoyed this discussion and Mike’s vision on materials, polymers, and when and where 3D printing is useful. Mike is focusing on enabling small-to-medium businesses to tackle additive head-on in implementation and production. This is a super valuable area for him to leverage his knowledge. He has also launched Trace, an application to help companies track and implement quality management systems for additive.

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