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Podcast Series: 3DPOD

Hosted by Joris Peels (3DPrint.com, Executive Editor) and Maxwell Bogue (3Doodler, Co-Founder & Inventor), 3D Pod brings 3D printing news and insight, with straight talk from two bona fide 3D printing pros.

3DPOD Episode 109: Part Costing and Optimization with Omer Blaier, CASTOR CEO & Founder

June 14, 2022

Israeli firm CASTOR analyses parts. It can then tell you if the part is printable, how much it would cost in different 3D printing technologies, on which part you can...

3DPOD Episode 108: AM for Space & Defense with Brian Neff, Sintavia Founder and CEO

June 7, 2022

Sintavia‘s Brian Neff has built a company that uses a fleet of large metal powder bed fusion systems to 3D print some of the most demanding and technically challenging parts...

3DPOD Episode 107: Lauralyn McDaniel, Metrix Connect, Standards and Community

May 30, 2022

Lauralyn McDaniel, of ASME´s Metrix Connect, is incredibly experienced in medical device manufacturing, standards, and additive manufacturing. From the podcast episode, you can hear her brilliant mind operate as she...

3DPOD Episode 106: Liquid Metal 3D Printing with Tali Rosman, General Manager XEROX Elem Additive

May 23, 2022

Tali Rosman was responsible for a diverse amount of roles worldwide, including at Stratasys and the Israeli Air Force, before landing a job at Xerox. Her task, to lead Xerox’s...

3DPOD Episode 105: Automated Post-Processing with Joseph Crabtree, CEO AM Technologies

May 16, 2022

Joseph Crabtree’s Additive Manufacturing Technologies is spreading around the world. The company has offices in four countries and its PostPro3D vapor fusion technology is growing. But, Joseph wants more. He...

3DPOD Episode 104: Large Format 3D Printing with Caracol CEO Francesco De Stefano

May 9, 2022

Francesco De Stefano was a consultant before he came to Caracol. You’ll notice that when he answers questions about the market and the future of his firm. He had to...

3DPOD Episode 103: Dental 3D Printing with Ankush Venkatesh, Glidewell Intrapreneur

May 2, 2022

Ankush Venkatesh passionately tells us about Glidewell Dental‘s holistic and very vertically integrated adoption of 3D printing. The firm has had to make its own software, deploys over 400 3D...

3DPOD Episode 102: 3D Printing Metamaterials with METAFOLD CEO Elissa Ross

April 25, 2022

Mathematician Elissa Ross is a member of MESH Consultants, which commercializes mathematical solutions for practical industry problems. METAFOLD is a MESH spinout that aims to rid us of our meshes...

3DPOD Episode 101: 3D Printing Conductive Inks with Brett Walker, CEO of Electoninks

April 13, 2022

CEO of Electroninks Brett Walker shares a roller coaster of an entrepreneur story on the 3DPOD. His company made it big early on. However, disappointment set in early. Yet, the...

3DPOD Episode 100: Joris and Max Review the First 99 Episodes

April 7, 2022

We’re very proud to have made it to 100 podcast episodes. We’re grateful to you for being there for this journey. In this episode, we look back at the past...

3DPOD Episode 99: Bioprinting with Adam Feinberg, FluidForm

March 28, 2022

Along with his fellow researchers at Carnegie Melon University, Adam Feinberg developed what is known as FRESH bioprinting technology. We discuss how and why FRESH is important. We also get...

3DPOD Episode 98: Issues and Opportunities in 3D Printing with Brent Stucker, 3D Systems SVP & Chief Scientist

March 21, 2022

Brent Stucker has been involved with 3D printing for a long time now and has had an outsized impact on our industry. In this episode of the 3DPOD, we cover...

3DPOD Episode 97: Talking DfAM with Gen3D Founder Joseph Flynn

March 15, 2022

Joseph Flynn is an academic who, along with a group of colleagues, created Gen3D, a surprisingly easy-to-use software package that allows users to create complex lattices and manifolds. I love...

3DPOD Episode 96: 3D Printing History with AM Pioneer Steve Deak

March 5, 2022

Steve Deak haș a long and deep experience with additive manufacturing. He ran one of the first machines at GE in 1993 and later brought 3D printing to Hasbro. He...

3DPOD Episode 95: 3D Printing Problem Solver Andrew Allshorn Talks 3D-Squared, AMUG and More

February 7, 2022

Founder of 3D-Squared Andrew Allshorn began as a model maker before running one of the first stereolithography (SLA) machines in the U.K. He’s an inventive problem-solver who has tackled a...

3DPOD Episode 94: 3D Printing Generative Design with Hyperganic CEO Lin Kayser

January 31, 2022

Hyperganic is a stealthy startup that wants to replace how things are currently designed and made. The company aims to disrupt CAD with a very different design paradigm using artificial...

3DPOD Episode 93: Bound Metal 3D Printing with Mantle CEO Ted Sorom

January 24, 2022

Ted Sorom, CEO and co-founder of Mantle, is looking to revolutionize metal 3D printing. Mantle has a paste extrusion method that features a post-machining step to mill unfinished parts and...

3DPOD, Ep. 92: Metal 3D Printing with Seurat’s 2 Million Points of Light — CEO James DeMuth

January 17, 2022

James DeMuth was a researcher committed to solving some very big problems and creating new technologies at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He opted to become an entrepreneur because of Seurat,...

3DPOD Ep. 91: Medical 3D Printing with Dr. Jenny Chen, 3DHEALS Founder & CEO

January 10, 2022

Dr. Jenny Chen is a neuroradiologist. On top of that, she’s also the founder of 3DHEALS, a network of healthcare practitioners who are collectively learning about 3D printing. Through local...

3DPOD Episode 90: 3D Printing Software and Supply Chain Management with Authentise CEO Andre Wegner

January 3, 2022

Authentise is the developer of a manufacturing execution system (MES) software package that helps businesses manage their 3D printing fleets. With Authentise, you can track your prints and batches, as...

3DPOD Episode 89: 3D Printing Heat Exchangers with Conflux’s Michael Fuller

December 27, 2021

Conflux is one of the 3D printing startups that I’m the most excited about. With $6 million in recent funding, the company is using its own methods, designs, and expertise...

3DPOD Episode 88: Fabric8Labs 3D Printing for Copper Parts

December 20, 2021

Fabric8Labs is a startup that has turned to lithography and chip manufacturing processes to develop a unique 3D printing technology. Their method uses thin film and electroplating to produce very...

3DPOD Episode 87: Danish AM Hub CEO Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen

December 13, 2021

Danish AM Hub is a national 3D printing group that organizes a large meet-up with the goal of educating and aiding its members in all things 3D printing. Several places...

3DPOD Episode 86: Pat Carey, Stratasys SVP of Strategic Growth

December 6, 2021

Senior vice president of Strategic Growth at Stratasys, Pat Carey talks to us about the company’s new product portfolio. What does it mean for partners and customers that the company...

3DPOD Episode 85: Large Format 3D Printing with Poly Products’ Michiel de Bruijcker

November 29, 2021

Having previously worked for Bond3D and Admatec, Michiel de Bruijcker is now doing something very new and exciting in 3D printing. With Poly Products, he’s printing large-scale structures and parts. Using...

3DPOD Episode 84: 3D Printing Race Cars with Pat Warner, Alpine F1 Team

November 23, 2021

Upon the heels of a third-place win for Alpine F1’s Fernando Alonso at the Formula One Qatar Grand Prix, we’ve published this podcast episode with Pat Warner, Advanced Digital Manufacturing...

3DPOD Episode 83: NAMIC Business Development Director, Mahendran Reddy

November 1, 2021

Mahendran Reddy is the Business Development Director for NAMIC. NAMIC is Singapore’s 3D printing promotion and coordination organization. I think it’s a remarkably effective one at that. We spoke to...

3DPOD Episode 82: Mass Customization Theory and Practice with Dr. Frank T. Piller, RWTH Aachen University

October 25, 2021

Frank Piller is one of the leading voices in mass customisation. He’s a Professor at RWTH Aachen University and has written and done a lot of research into mass customisation....

3DPOD Episode 81: Hybrid Manufacturing with Dr. Jason Jones, CEO Hybrid-AM

October 21, 2021

Dr. Jason Jones was an AM researcher on a project that expanded in scope and got very complicated. Miraculously it resulted in a company called Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies. This firm...

3DPOD Episode 80: Xometry CEO Randy Altschuler

October 4, 2021

Xometry (Nasdaq: XMTR) is a fast growing and, now, publicly-traded marketplace for manufacturing services. We talk to CEO Randy Altschuler, who came from finance to build and grow companies. What...

3DPOD Episode 79: LEGO Additive Manufacturing Manager, Mandaná Moshiri

September 30, 2021

In this episode of the 3DPOD, we talk to Mandaná “Mandy” Moshiri, Technology Manager at the LEGO Group. Far from the maddening crowds, the hype, and the promises of 3D...

3DPOD Episode 78: Steve Grundahl, Midwest Prototyping & Prototek

September 6, 2021

Steve Grundahl started Midwest Prototyping in the very early days of 3D printing. On this episode of the 3DPOD, he tells us about how he got financing, how he grew...

3DPOD Episode 77: Max Lobovsky, Formlabs Co-Founder & CEO

September 1, 2021

A 3D printing double unicorn, Formlabs is one of the most talked about and followed startups out there. The firm pioneered desktop stereolithography and the professional desktop segment and now...

3DPOD Episode 76: 3D Printing File Formats with 3MF Executive Director Luis Baldez

August 23, 2021

Luis Baldez is Senior Manager of Market Development for HP, but he’s also the Executive Director of the 3MF Consortium. 3MF is trying to get the 3D printing industry to...

3DPOD Episode 75: 3D Printed Meat with MeaTech 3D Founder, Omri Schanin

August 17, 2021

MeaTech 3D (NasdaqCM: MITC) is the Israeli startup rocket ship that is aiming to commercialize and industrialize 3D printed meat. Ethical meat uses fewer resources, less water, less land and...

3DPOD Episode 74: Jochen Loock, Fraunhofer IAPT

August 10, 2021

Jochen Loock has trained over 1000 professionals in Additive Manufacturing through the Additive Academy at Fraunhofer Research Institution for Additive Manufacturing Technologies (IAPT). He now performs business development with automotive...

3DPOD Episode 73: Scaling 3D Printing with AM-FLOW Commercial Director, Carlos Zwikker

August 3, 2021

Carlos Zwikker has long been involved with AM. He was a great influence on Shapeways when it started and has advised many other firms, as well. Previously at Electrolux and...

3DPOD Episode 72: Metal AM Applications with Julien Cohen, 3DEO

July 26, 2021

Julien Cohen worked for Stratasys Direct and Eaton in Application Development before joining 3DEO. He takes us through what application engineering is and how it helps customers. We also have...

3DPOD Episode 71: Formlabs COO Jason Fullmer

July 19, 2021

Jason Fullmer is the COO of Formlabs. We spoke to him about the company’s global supply chain, including sourcing, interruptions, reverse logistics, shipping, quality assurance, quality management and many more...

3DPOD Episode 70, 3D Printing in China: Gordon Styles, Star Rapid Founder

July 12, 2021

Gordon Styles is a true 3D printing pioneer. He bought a stereolithography machine very early and built the UK’s biggest service bureau off of it. After selling said business, he...

3DPOD Episode 69: Makerbot CEO Nadav Goshen

July 5, 2021

Nadav Goshen is the CEO of MakerBot. He talks to us about how the firm has developed from a scrappy startup to a part of Stratasys, including Makerbot’s identity and...

3DPOD Episode 68: 3D Printing Sci-Fi with Cory Doctorow

June 28, 2021

Cory Doctorow is a sci-fi author who is passionate about privacy, digital rights, makers, internet freedom, copyright and, also, 3D printing. In this talk, although we do get the distinct...

3DPOD Episode 67: Remote Print Monitoring with The Spaghetti Detective’s Kenneth Jiang

June 21, 2021

Kenneth Jiang’s The Spaghetti Detective uses machine learning and vision to analyze your FDM prints. Relying on Octoprint, the tool looks at your 3D printer to determine whether or not...

3DPOD Episode 66: Olaf Diegel, University of Auckland

June 14, 2021

Olaf Diegel is a professor at the University of Auckland who specializes in all aspects of design for additive manufacturing (DfAM). He also 3D prints guitars, other instruments, and eyeballs...

3DPOD Episode 65: 3D Scanning at the U.S. Space Force with Major Travis Tubbs

June 7, 2021

This time on the 3DPOD, we get to chat with Major Travis Tubbs of the U.S. Space Force. Surprisingly, a lot of the conversation was about plants, but we also...

3DPOD Episode 64: 3D Print Services with Clement Moreau, Sculpteo Founder

May 31, 2021

Clement Moreau founded Sculpteo and led the 3D print service for ten years before selling it to BASF. In this episode, we follow his journey, discuss what made Sculpteo successful,...

3DPOD Episode 63: Manufacturing in Space with Douglas Hofmann, Principal Scientist, NASA JPL

May 24, 2021

In this episode, Max and I fall all over ourselves to ask questions of Douglas Hofmann, Principal Scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). We also listen intently as Doug...

3DPOD Episode 62: Hydraulics 3D Printing with Marcus Pont, Domin CEO

May 17, 2021

I’m unabashedly a Domin fanboy. The UK-based company makes high-performance hydraulic valves in Poland using powder bed fusion. These optimized products are high value and outperform traditionally manufactured systems in...

3DPOD Episode 61: Cold Spray Metal Printing with Byron Kennedy, SPEE3D CEO

May 10, 2021

Byron Kennedy is the CEO of SPEE3D, an Australian firm that develops cold spray metal 3D printing. After a successful exit in powertrain components, he and his business partner Steven...

3DPOD Episode 60: AM Metal Powder Production with MolyWorks CEO Chris Eonta

May 3, 2021

This episode is a blast, as we descend into the mayhem that was the early days of MolyWorks. A team that tries to make a gas atomizer on a founder’s...

3DPOD Episode 59: PostProcess CEO Jeff Mize

April 26, 2021

Jeff Mize is a veteran entrepreneur who sold his firm NAVTEQ to Nokia for $8.1 billion and his Climate Corporation to Monsanto for $1.1 billion. He now heads up PostProcess...

3DPOD Episode 58: Ceramics 3D Printing Deep Dive with Guillaume de Calan, Nanoe CEO

April 20, 2021

Technical ceramics keep on working when a lot of other materials fail. If a part needs to be in a very hot or very chemically abrasive environment, or if you...

3DPOD Episode 57: Prosthetics & Orthotics with Brent Wright (EastPoint Prosthetics & LifeNabled)

April 12, 2021

Brent Wright is a prosthetist and orthotist who uses 3D printing to help people regain function in their lives. Max and I both found talking to him to be super...

3DPOD Episode 56: Post Processing with DyeMansion Head of Marketing, Pia Harlaß

April 5, 2021

Pia Harlaß is the Head of Global Marketing & Corporate Communications for DyeMansion, a leading post-finishing company that offers machines that can depowder, create a uniform surface texture, and then...

3DPOD Episode 55: Ethan Escowitz, Arris Founder & CEO

March 29, 2021

Ethan Escowitz, whom we interviewed here, co-founded Arris, which hopes to revolutionize the world of composites. By combining molding and 3D printing, his company’s innovative technology can make parts with...

3DPOD Episode 54: Ultimaker’s new CEO, Jürgen von Hollen

March 23, 2021

For the past several months, Jürgen von Hollen has been the CEO of Ultimaker. He comes from Cobot leader Universal Robotics and was previously in leading roles at several different...

3DPOD Episode 53: Benny Buller, VELO3D Founder and CEO

March 12, 2021

Today, Max and I got to chat to Benny Buller, CEO of VELO3D. His company is shaking up the metal powder bed fusion market and Benny lets us in on...

3DPOD Episode 52: Sumeet Jain, Arkema Senior Director of 3D Printing Worldwide

March 9, 2021

Sumeet Jain is the Senior Director of 3D Printing Worldwide for Arkema. Previously Sumeet headed up Sartomer, the company’s DLP and SLA resin brand, for seven years. Sumeet discusses with...

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

March 1, 2021

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...

3DPOD Episode 50: DARPA and More with Ken Church, nScrypt CEO

February 22, 2021

I’m a huge nScrypt fan and love the firm’s technologies. The way they’ve defined their “line in a tool” approach to additive is really inspiring to me. With nScrypt machines,...

3DPOD Episode 49: Bioprinting with CELLINK Founder Dr. Hector Martinez

February 16, 2021

On this episode of the 3DPOD, we go into bioprinting. With us is Hector Martinez, the CTO and a co-founder of CELLINK (CLNK-B.ST). CELLINK is a bioprinting rocket ship which...

3DPOD Episode 48: Dr. Ian Gibson, University of Twente, Fraunhofer Project Centre

January 28, 2021

The affable and knowledgeable Dr. Ian Gibson is a professor of Design Engineering at the University of Twente, as well as the Scientific Director of the Fraunhofer Project Centre there....

3DPOD Episode 47: Metal Powders Deep Dive with Carpenter Additive’s Ben Ferrar

January 21, 2021

An often little understood key element of the 3D printing equation is powder. Powdered metal is the material in powder bed fusion and binder jet systems. We write, read, and...

3DPOD Episode 46: Engineering CAD with nTopology CEO Brad Rothenberg

January 15, 2021

Max and I had a really great time talking to nTopology CEO Brad Rothenberg. Brad started nTopology as a series of tools for creating lattices, but it became much more...

3DPOD Episode 45: Sarah Goehrke, Additive Integrity, and Women in 3D Printing

December 23, 2020

Today, we’ve got the whirlwind that is Sarah Goehrke on the 3DPOD. Max and I had a great time talking to the former 3DPrint.com Editor-in-Chief about her editorial business, Additive...

3DPOD Episode 44: Jennifer Coyne of Wabtec & John Barnes

December 17, 2020

Today, we talk once again with John Barnes, but we also have Jennifer Coyne of the Wabtec Corporation joining the program. Wabtec is a huge Pittsburg-based train company that makes...

3DPOD Episode 43: Powder Bed Fusion Innovations with Aerosint’s Edouard Moens de Hase

November 24, 2020

Edouard Moens de Hase talks to us today about Aerosint. For the last few years, they have been working on improving powder bed fusion. The company has an innovative drum...

3DPOD Episode 42: 3D Systems CEO Jeff Graves

November 18, 2020

This time, Max and I got to speak with 3D Systems’ CEO Jeff Graves. Graves has spent over 17 years in corporate leadership roles and now will helm 3D Systems...

3DPOD Episode 41: AM for Railways with Stefanie Brickwede, Deutsche Bahn & Mobility Goes Additive

November 12, 2020

Stefanie Brickwede’s efforts at Deutsche Bahn and Mobility Goes Additive are herculean and will have a significant impact on our industry. Through Brickwede’s efforts, Deutsche Bahn has already 3D printed...

3DPOD Episode 40: EnvisionTEC CEO Al Siblani

October 22, 2020

Al Siblani is a 3D printing pioneer who got his start over 19 years ago. He worked with layered object manufacturing—the paper, and laser technology—which is a leitmotiv of our...

3DPOD Episode 39: Roboze Founder Alessio Lorusso and High-Temperature 3D Printing

October 15, 2020

Alessio Lorusso built his first 3D printer at 17 and went on to bootstrap his company Roboze. His enthusiasm and drive really shine through in this episode of the 3DPod....

3DPOD Episode 38: Formnext VP Sascha Wenzler

October 7, 2020

I think we can all agree that, so far, this year has been incredibly taxing and confusing for us all. Some of us have had their working lives affected in...

3DPOD Episode 37: Jos Burger, Ultimaker CEO

September 30, 2020

I met Jos Burger when I was working for Shapeways years ago. He’s astute, very bright and a natural leader who later worked at Ultimaker while I was there as...

3DPOD Episode 36: Fried Vancraen, CEO Materialise, Part II

September 22, 2020

Fried Vancraen is one of my favorite people in 3D printing. It was a pleasure working for him years ago, as well. I was therefore especially happy that Vancraen chose...

3DPOD Episode 35: Todd Grimm, T.A. Grimm & Associates

September 16, 2020

Todd Grimm has been working in AM and 3D Printing for 30 years. He has done a lot of work for Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), and is a frequent...

3DPOD Episode 34: Eric Pallarés, BCN3D and Professional Desktop 3D Printing

September 9, 2020

In this episode, Max and I spoke with Eric Pallarés of BCN3D. BCN3D is a Barcelona-based material extrusion 3D printing company. Having started on the desktop, BCN3D now is moving...

3DPOD Episode 33: Alexander Oster, Director of Additive Manufacturing at Autodesk

August 27, 2020

I’ve known Alexander Oster a long time now. He joined FIT at 16 to work on making a printer and later writing code for the leading service bureau. This eventually...

3DPOD Episode 32: Tuan TranPham, Arevo

July 29, 2020

Tuan is known universally by his first name alone. Like Madonna and Beyonce, everyone knows hi by just that one name. In Tuan’s case his fame is 3D printing specific...

3DPOD Episode 31: Martijn Joris, Twikit & Mass Customization

July 23, 2020

Twikit is a mass customization startup that hopes to make many things parametric. With their software, companies can let consumers customize electronics, car parts or orthotics to their liking or...

3DPOD Episode 30: John Barnes, The Barnes Group Advisors

July 8, 2020

John Barnes is a key figure in industrializing 3D printing for aerospace. His career had him at key roles at key times for 3D printing at Honeywell, Lockheed, and Arconic....

3DPOD Episode 29: Phil Reeves, 3D Printing Consultant

June 30, 2020

Phil Reeves is a very knowledgeable 3D printing consultant with strong opinions. He’s spent over 25 years working in additive manufacturing and, in that time, has conducted many significant, groundbreaking...

3DPOD Episode 28: Ramon Pastor, HP 3D Printing

June 11, 2020

In this episode of 3DPOD, Max and I were joined by Ramon Pastor, Interim President, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP inc. He is responsible for HP’s 3D Multi Jet...

3DPOD Episode 27: Terry Wohlers

June 3, 2020

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...

3DPOD Episode 26: Decentralized Manufacturing Through 3D Printing

May 27, 2020

Distributed manufacturing is a real buzz word today. For a few years the word has been bandied about in all manner of ways in discussions about manufacturing. It has always...

3DPOD Episode 25: Velo3D, Knust-Godwin, and 3D printing in the Oil & Gas industry

April 25, 2020

This episode of the 3DPod is one without me in it. I had to miss this one since I was getting evacuated from Ecuador, exciting times. Instead of me, you...

3DPOD Episode 24: Fried Vancraen, Materialise CEO

April 14, 2020

Fried Vancraen is a hero of mine and my old boss. So Max and I were able to have a very laid back but altogether important conversation with him about...

3DPOD Episode 23: COVID-19 and 3D Printing; What can be printed? What should be printed?

March 31, 2020

This was a highly personal podcast for all of us. Max had gone from New York to Boston, I’m stuck in South America but Davide was in the most precarious...

3DPOD Episode 22: Marie Langer the CEO of EOS

March 10, 2020

Both Max and I were honored to have Marie Langer as our guest in this episode of the 3DPod. Marie is the CEO of EOS the leading firm in sintering...

3DPOD Episode 21: 3D Printing at Scale with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen

March 2, 2020

Today Max and I speak with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen again. This time we talk about scale in 3D printing. With manufacturing and real production seen as the new 3D printing...

3DPOD Episode 20: Ty Pollak, Open Additive

February 17, 2020

Today Max and I have a special guest, Ty Pollak of Open Additive. We’re really proud of this episode and we enjoyed the discussion and all that we learned from...

3DPOD Episode 19: Formnext Review & Ethics in 3D Printing

December 10, 2019

And we have another new podcast for you! This time Max and I discuss Formnext and I (hopefully) regale you with news from the front. We discuss how immense formnext...

3DPOD Episode 18: Handheld 3D scanning with Anna Zevelyov

November 22, 2019

Today Max and I return to the world of 3D scanning. We have a guest, Anna Zevelyov who is a co-founder and CEO of Thor3D. Thor3D’s is a 3D scanning...

3DPOD Episode 17: People We Admire in 3D Printing

November 13, 2019

Today we had an episode that was a free-ranging discussion between Max and myself on the people we admire in 3D printing. First off, we have to admit to being...

3DPOD Episode 16: 3D Printing Trends for 2020, with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen

October 21, 2019

Today Xometry’s Greg Paulsen is back and we geek out some more on 3D printing. We look at some anticipated trends in 3D printing for the next few years this...

3DPOD Episode 15: The Ceramics 3D Printing market: Davide Sher of SmarTech Analysis and 3D Printing Media Network

October 14, 2019

Davide Sher used to write extensively on 3D printing. Nowadays he runs his own media network in 3D printing and works for SmarTech Analysis. Davide looks at 3D printing from...

3DPOD Episode 14: Consumer and Affordable 3D Printers

September 25, 2019

This 3DPod Episode is filled with opinion. Here we look at our favorite affordable desktop 3D printers. We evaluate what we want to see in a printer and how far...

3DPOD Episode 13: Support Free Metal AM with Velo3D’s Zach Murphee

August 30, 2019

Velo3D was a mysterious stealth startup that unveiled a potentially breakthrough metal technology last year. Revealing more about its capabilities, partnering with service partners, and working towards printing aerospace parts...

3DPOD Episode 12: Formalloy’s Melanie Lang: LMD Metal 3D Printing

August 5, 2019

This time we have a lively and fun discussion with Melanie Lang the Founder of Formalloy. Formalloy is a start up in the DED arena, a metal 3D printing technology...

3DPOD Episode 11: Interview with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen: 3D Printing Applications and Processes

July 17, 2019

In this 3DPod Episode we talk to Xometry’s Greg Paulsen on 3D printing processes and applications. In a far-ranging conversation on everything from the differences between FDM, SLS, SLA as...

3DPOD Episode 10: 3D Printing in Space

June 28, 2019

Space exploration and the new commercial space race is a very exciting area for 3D printing. In this episode of the 3DPod Max and myself discuss the opportunities for 3D...

3DPOD Episode 9: 3D Printing Prosthetics, Interview with Scott Summit

June 8, 2019

On this episode, we interview Scott Summit. Scott is a great guy and also a pioneer in using 3D printing in medicine. Scott is an industrial designer who tells us...

3DPOD Episode 8: 3D Printing Pioneer Janne Kyttanen

May 24, 2019

Today Max and I spoke with Janne Kyttanen. Janne is a great guy and a true 3D printing pioneer. Janne was one of the first designers active in 3D printing....

3D Pod Episode 7 3D Scanning & Interview With Direct Dimensions CEO Michael Raphael

May 7, 2019

MIchael Raphael is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable 3D scanning people worldwide. For years he and his company Direct Dimensions have been asked to 3D scan important buildings,...

3D Pod Episode 6 Bioprinting

April 30, 2019

Max and I discuss bioprinting this week. We go into detail about the different things that excite us from in situ, to scaffolds, to skin to cartilage. We talk about...

3DPOD: 3D Printing Podcast Episode 5: 3D Printing In Medicine

April 23, 2019

Hello everyone we really hope that you enjoy a new episode of the 3DPod. Maxwell Bogue and I had a lot of fun making this episode. In this 3DPod we...

3DPod: 3D Printing Podcast Episode 4 3D Printing Guns

April 16, 2019

Today Maxwell Bogue and I take a look at a rather contentious subject 3D printing guns. Is there a real threat? Are we making the problem worse by discussing it?...

3DPod: 3D Printing Podcast Episode 3: Teaching in 3D

March 22, 2019

On this episode of the 3DPod we are discussing 3D printing in education. Presented by many as a great idea your two presenters are not so sure. Max certainly is...

3DPod 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Podcast Episode 2: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

March 22, 2019

3DPod is a unique, entertaining and hopefully thought-provoking podcast about 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing. We look at the 3D printing market in the broadest sense and hope to give...

3DPod 3D Printing Podcast Episode 1: Intro & Printing Beyond PLA

March 22, 2019

The 3DPod is a new podcast covering 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing. Its the only podcast where we take a helicopter view of our industry and with deep industry experience...

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Navy 3D Prints First Submersible Hull

Navy 3D Prints First Submersible Hull

February 16, 2022

The U.S. Navy partnered with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to 3D print its first submersible that could be used to deploy logistics capabilities and sensors. — Subscribe so you don’t…

INTRODUCING HELIOS™ ​PEEK 2005

INTRODUCING HELIOS™ ​PEEK 2005

February 16, 2022

Helios™ PEEK 2005 is a unique composite material developed by Roboze to increase the mechanical, thermal and surface finish characteristics of PEEK printed parts. Reinforced with chopped fibers of ceramic,…

4 Story 3D Printer Will Print HUGE Buildings | Black Buffalo 3D

4 Story 3D Printer Will Print HUGE Buildings | Black Buffalo 3D

February 9, 2022

The Construction Revolution is here and building may never be the same! Here’s an exclusive first look at their MASSIVE concrete 3D printer in New Jersey. Signup for the Virtual…

ICON’s Next Gen House 3D Printer Vulcan to 3D Print “House Zero”

ICON’s Next Gen House 3D Printer Vulcan to 3D Print “House Zero”

May 31, 2021

Additive construction startup ICON has unveiled its next generation 3D printer, Vulcan. ICON claims that it is 1.5 times larger and two-times faster than its predecessor, able to fabricate structures…

4D Printing with a Pen by Seoul National University Researchers

4D Printing with a Pen by Seoul National University Researchers

April 9, 2021

Scientists at Seoul National University use traditional pens to create 4D printed objects. As described in an article for Science Advances, researchers See Woo Song et al. use a method…

Will it? from Xometry

Will it? from Xometry

February 22, 2021

In our latest challenge, Greg Paulsen, Director of Application Engineering, puts nine 3D printed parts through a continuous drop test by tumbling them in a cement mixer. These samples were designed with advanced features like ultra-thin walls, overhangs, lattices, and more to see which features would meet their match. www.xometry.com

Node Audio Facility Walkthrough: Learn How Hylixa 3D Printed Speakers Are Made

Node Audio Facility Walkthrough: Learn How Hylixa 3D Printed Speakers Are Made

February 11, 2021

Created to disrupt the HiFi industry, the 3D printed Hylixa loudspeakers look different from traditional bulky box-like models. The novel speaker’s complex geometry and cutting-edge acoustic innovation were designed and…

Tinkercad Tutorial Part 5 – (Circular Patterns and Slicing)

Tinkercad Tutorial Part 5 – (Circular Patterns and Slicing)

December 29, 2020

Welcome to the fifth part of a series of videos comprehensively covering Tinkercad and associated tips and tricks to help your design experience. This video focuses on creating circular and…

Three Story 3D Printed Building Under Construction Germany

Three Story 3D Printed Building Under Construction Germany

November 18, 2020

The PERI Group is currently starting work on what will be a three-story building in Wallenhausen, Germany using the BOD 2 concrete 3D printer from COBOD. Video courtesy of COBOD.

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