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Editor-in-Chief Sarah Goehrke at the OtterBox Lab for the media unveiling of the new Stratasys J750, April 1, 2016

3DPrint.com is a news organization dedicated to bringing you up to date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry. We pride ourselves on finding interesting and unique news stories through investigative reporting, and extensive interviews. Our team of writers are both experienced and dedicated to their work. If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or news tips, please feel free to contact us.

You may contact any of our team below.

Sarah BangkokSarah Anderson GoehrkeEditor-in-Chief of 3DPrint.com. Hails from Cleveland, OH. Sarah earned her BA summa cum laude in English and Theatre, with a Spanish minor, from Muskingum College (now University), and has had a lifelong love of words. She now runs content here, writing, interviewing, editing, and publishing up a storm, as well as travelling to conferences and media events to see first-hand and report back on the latest in 3D printing tech. Sarah also heads up our social media, where we are most active on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Prior to starting here at 3DPrint.com back in 2014, she spent six years in a cube working in industry research as lead copy editor and authoring several studies as a research analyst, and is glad to be working with more innovative material now. Sarah also writes poetry and short fiction, freelances as a book editor, acts in and directs plays in local theatres, and is an ordained officiant performing wedding ceremonies in the state of Ohio. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.


bridgetBridget MillsapsStaff Writer and Editor. She is thrilled to be living in southern Colorado (since 2015) and is enjoying exploring the west. Bridget graduated from North Carolina State University with a BA in English, with a concentration in writing and editing, and a minor in studio art and art history. She did her senior writing internship at the SAS Institute, and then went on to become a technical writer, as well as a proofreader and book editor for Duke University Press. She also has a paralegal certificate from Duke University with a specialty in criminal and business law. Bridget is passionate about mothering her three precocious children who love to 3D print as much as possible. She even enjoys writing in her free time, as well as staying up to date on all sorts of technology and innovation, and anything to do with business concepts and success. When not typing away feverishly, she can usually be found outdoors with her family, wandering in the woods and hiking meandering trails near her mountain cabin just outside of Denver.


clareClare Scott – Staff Writer and Editor. A writer and editor based in Cleveland, Ohio, Clare received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Hiram College and a Master of Arts in Theatre from University College Dublin in Ireland. She has worked in several area theatres, both on and offstage, and spent several years as an investigator for a background screening firm. She also enjoys art, reading, world travel and exploring the outdoors. Clare believes that one should learn something new every day, and is thrilled to be working in such a dynamic, always-changing field. She also writes and edits as a freelancer.  You can connect with her on LinkedIn.


scottScott J. Grunewald – Scott is a writer and artist living in Los Angeles who writes about art, technology, business, social issues and the ensuing chaos when they inevitably intersect. Scott studied writing and English in college, and has been a working writer since 1999. He was one of the founding members of PopImage, a now defunct comic book focused webzine and served as both the Editor in Chief and Publisher. Currently he has been writing almost exclusively for the 3D printing industry, as a writer for 3DPrint.com. He still occasionally writes about pop culture on his blog NerdyThingsThatDontSuck.com. He can be found on throughout the interwebs on twitter @SJGrunewald and on Linkedin. This isn’t the greatest bio in the world, this is just a tribute.


tylerTyler Koslow –  Tyler is a Brooklyn-based freelancer for 3DPrint.com, and has also produced content for publications and companies such as Dell, Brooklyn Magazine, and Equity Arcade. His content is focused on a wide range of topics including emerging technologies, gaming, music and culture. Tyler is also a habitual instrument player, tech nerd, a writer of fiction, and generally all-around fun haver. Tyler received a Bachelor’s degree studying English-Creative Writing at the University of Central Florida in 2008. You can connect with him on LinkedIn.


hannahHannah Rose Mendoza – Received her MFA in Design from Florida State University and her BA in Art History from Rutgers University. For the last decade she has been a professor of design with particular interest in history, theory, and criticism. She is a photographer, writer, philosopher, and maker who, given a few minutes, can find interesting things anywhere. Her work can be seen at Photogirafika.


mikeMichael A Parker – Michael A. Parker is a 3D printing polyglot. He graduated from NYU with an M.S. in Digital Imaging and Design in 2013 with a concentration in 3D modeling. Mike designed a full body 3D scanning system for iMakr NY, a 3D printer store in New York’s LES. He currently designs fashion and accessories using his Plex Tiles, a modular 3D printed textile system for FDM printing. Mike also teaches STEAM/3D printing courses to students of all ages through Dimension Learning. His students competed in the Creative Challenge in 3D Printing (CC3DP), a citywide competition for 3rd-8th grade students in NYC. Mike was a panelist on  biomedical 3D printing at Techweek NY 2015 and presented at the MakerBot factory as part of the ‘Meet the Maker’ series. He’s also a game artist and was a participant in the invite-only Playstation Mobile Game Jam at IndieCade East 2013. He received 3 honorable mentions in Writers of the Future for his short science fiction, and is a member of the writers’ group Writers of the Weird. You can find him on LinkedIn and on Instagram @Michael_A_Parker and Twitter @MichaelA_Parker.


davide-smallDavide Sher – Born in Milan, Italy, Davide received his higher education in New York, moving back to Italy at age 26 to work as an editor for a video game industry trade magazine. Following the market’s shift toward new business models, Davide worked for YouTech, then freelancing with many of Italy’s main generalist publications, and eventually landing in 3D printing, swept away by this technology (the ancestor of Star Trek‘s replicator!). Davide started his own 3D printing blog, IL REPLICATORE, which has now evolved into a full industry news website. Davide has also created 3Dprintingbusiness.directory, the largest global listing of 3D printing companies, with over 2,700 companies present, and works as a consultant for many companies in the 3D printing industry, and is a founding member of the Italian Digital Biomanufacturing Network (IDBN.org). You can read more about Davide on his website.


Eddie KrassensteinCo-Founder, Director of Advertising. Eddie graduated with honors in Economics from Rutgers University, in Piscataway, New Jersey. He has over a decade of writing experience on technology related topics, and has previously written for OnLiveFans.com. Eddie now resides in Cape Coral, Florida. Be sure to visit his LinkedIn profile.


Brian KrassensteinCo-Founder, Director of Advertising. Brian graduated from Rutgers University, and has over 15 years of journalism experience. Brian now resides in Cape Coral, Florida. Be sure to visit his LinkedIn profile.


3DPrint.com Co-Founders Eddie and Brian Krassenstein at Inside 3D Printing Conference, along with former writer Whitney Hipolite.



Sarah and Scott at Inside 3D Printing Santa Clara 2015

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Sarah and Michael at Inside 3D Printing New York City 2016

Clare and I stopped at the step-and-repeat for a quick photo op

Sarah and Clare at RAPID 2016

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