Samantha Snabes, co-founder of re:3D, is extremely humble, but as we dive into her story in this episode of the 3DPOD, we learn just how exciting, fascinating and fun her life has truly been. It is a story of high-speed entrepreneurship for good.
Max and I are swept away by her story and that of re:3D, which has brought a family of large- and medium-format 3D printers to life. re:3D’s Gigabot systems have good intentions but are also being used in serious applications at NASA, Lockheed Martin and the Air Force. And that’s not all. Beyond re:3D, Samantha is an IEEE Member and currently volunteers as the Global Chair of the IEEE Entrepreneurship Steering Committee.
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