Chris Tuck is an entrepreneur and Nottingham University professor playing an outsized role in commercializing and researching new 3D printing technologies. He’s made a number of breakthroughs in binder jet, as well as founded Added Scientific and Reactive Fusion. While Added Scientific is a consultancy that can help you create your very own binder jet technology, material or production process, Reactive Fusion is a binder jet technology developed for polyurethane. That in itself is completely wild and could very well be a path to cost-effective, durable, and soft consumer goods with 3D printing. What we really liked about this conversation was the holistic way he has about refining technologies and making them production-ready.
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