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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 153: 3D Printing Success with 3Doodler Inventor Max Bogue

June 1, 2023

Today we interview Max Bogue, co-host of the 3DPOD. He tells us how he went from the genesis of the idea for a 3D printing pen to creating the product...

3DPOD Episode 152: Binder Jetting Flexible Materials with Chris Tuck, Reactive Fusion Founder

May 26, 2023

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,...

3DPOD Episode 151: Large Format Polymer 3D Printing with Max Heres, Loci Robotics

May 1, 2023

Before starting Loci Robotics, Max Heres had a storied history beginning with the study of polymer physics before working as a graduate research assistant at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and...

3DPOD Episode 150: 3D Printing Qualification with Humna Khan, Founder of ASTRO Mechanical Testing Lab

April 25, 2023

Hunma Khan founded Astro Mechanical Testing Lab to create a testing and qualification lab specific to Additive Manufacturing. Her customers are most of the notable firms in New Space, defense...

3DPOD Episode 149: 3D Printed Consumer Goods with Ian Yang, Gantri Founder

April 17, 2023

Ian Yang is the founder of Gantri, a startup which uses desktop 3D printers to make lamps. We love Gantri because it deploys 3D printing for consumer products and is...

3DPOD Episode 148: Frank Herzog, HZG Group

April 10, 2023

Frank Herzog, alongside his wife, commercialized Concept Laser. The firm was later sold to GE to become the core of GE Additive, and Frank stuck around to build out GE’s...

3DPOD Episode 147: Solid State Metal 3D Printing with Tim Bell, COO of MELD

April 3, 2023

Meld is one of the most exciting metal 3D printing startups out there. Its additive friction stir deposition is a solid-state process that can print very large metal parts that...

3DPOD Episode 146: Machine Learning and 3D Printing with Ben Schrauwen, Oqton SVP

March 27, 2023

Ben Schrauwen was a Professor of Machine Learning who also had a few startups under his belt when joined Autodesk and worked on the CAD giant’s 3D printing software. He...

3DPOD Episode 145: Scott Volk, Advanced Additive Innovations

March 21, 2023

Scott Volk has deep experience in additive and, over the decades, he’s stood at the forefront of polymer and metal implementations, working for such firms as Incodema3D and GPI Prototype....
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Printing Money

Printing Money Emergency Broadcast: Stratasys and Desktop Metal to Merge in All-stock Deal

May 30, 2023

In what is shaping up to be the biggest deal in the 3D printing industry of 2023, Stratasys and Desktop Metal will combine to form a $1.8 billion company. Alex...

Printing Money Episode 4: Current VC Deals & More with Arno Held, AM Ventures Managing Partner

May 30, 2023

Arno Held, Managing Partner of AM Ventures, joins Alex and Danny for an episode heavily focused on recent VC deals, from series A to C+ across the globe, including ARRIS...

Printing Money Episode 3: Troy Jensen, Lake Street Capital, Discusses Public 3D Printing Stocks

April 12, 2023

Special guest Troy Jensen, Senior Research Analyst with Lake Street Capital Markets, joins Alex and Danny for a closer look at some of the biggest publicly listed 3d printing companies....

3D Printing Finance Experts Introduce Much-Needed “Printing Money” Podcast

April 7, 2023

“Printing Money” is a podcast series that explores the transactions behind some of the most innovative 3D printing businesses. Hosted by Alex Kingsbury and Danny Piper, the podcast offers an...

Printing Money Episode 2: Notable Recent VC Activity in Additive Manufacturing

March 20, 2023

So many 3D printing companies rely on venture capital (VC) to fund development and growth plans, so the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was a huge shock to the...

Printing Money Episode 1: Introduction, NNDM-SSYS, and Plenty More

March 20, 2023

As the additive manufacturing industry continues to rapidly grow and evolve, so too does the financing that enables the technology innovation. ‘Printing Money’ takes a deeper look at the transactions...

3D Printing News Unpeeled

AM in the AM! Every weekday at 9:30am ET Joris Peels (SmarTech Analysis, VP Consulting) analyzes the top 3D printing news of the day. Watch it live on LinkedIn, or catch the recording here on 3DPrint.com or our youtube channel.


Videos

Project IMPERIAL

Project IMPERIAL

March 16, 2022

IMPERIAL: 3D printing’s new dimension ESA’s new IMPERIAL 3D printer can print parts much larger than itself, overcoming one of the main constraints of the process – limited build volume….

Embedding Invisible Codes in Objects for Augmented Reality

Embedding Invisible Codes in Objects for Augmented Reality

February 23, 2022

InfraredTags is a system for fabricating objects with embedded codes that are only visible to infrared cameras. These codes can be used for purposes such as metadata or interaction with…

3D-printed Homes by ICON | Austin, TX | Developer 3Strands

3D-printed Homes by ICON | Austin, TX | Developer 3Strands

February 23, 2022

3D-printed homes continue to hit the Austin real estate market. This multi-home mainstream housing development in East Austin leverages ICON’s proprietary 3D printing technology to construct safer, more resilient homes…

Printing tiny, high-precision objects in a matter of seconds

Printing tiny, high-precision objects in a matter of seconds

February 23, 2022

Researchers at EPFL have developed a new, high-precision method for 3D-printing small, soft objects. The process, which takes less than 30 seconds from start to finish, has potential applications in…

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…

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