The show is hosted by Kevin Carr and brought to you by MasterGraphics.
In the first of our three-panel discussions, you'll hear from additive manufacturing leaders who will answer these questions and MORE-all from their own experience. How they started. What they learned. What mistakes to avoid.
You'll hear from:
For more info about RE3DTECH: re3dtech.com
Episode 8: October 2021
Kevin Carr and Gene Call chat with Scott Mossner from HP about Additive Manufacturing. A great point that Scott brings up is that for additive to be successful a company needs to be committed and one common denominator he sees for success is when a company dedicates a person (champion) to lead their 3D print initiative. In placing someone who is knowledgeable about Additive Manufacturing in charge—they bring a different thought process to manufacturing that is needed to leverage AM. Listen in to hear this discussion as well as some other topics around AM.
Questions for Scott, email him at: email@example.com
Episode 7: September 1, 2021
In our 7th episode, Kevin chats with Ryan Johnson from D3 Technologies regarding new design processes and what needs to be done on the front of design before you get to the additive side and much more. Website for D3 Technologies https://www.teamd3.com/
To reach Ryan Johnson, Education Program Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 6: June 17, 2021
Kevin talks with Bill Moon, CEO of Northworks Automation regarding their large frame FFF printer focused on production and gets Bill's views on how he sees 3D print being implemented for true additive manufacturing. Checkout Northworks Automation website: www.northworks3D.com
How to reach Bill Moon:
Episode 5: May 25, 2021
In this episode of Chatting 3D Print Kevin Carr talks about his first in-person event since Covid, AMUG in Florida. Then he interviews Kyle Squillace (email@example.com), Technology Acceleration Specialist at Purdue MEP. The Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) provides high-value, affordable solutions to help businesses increase profitability. As advocates for Indiana's thousands of manufacturers, our staff leverages resources in both the public and private sectors to help identify areas of improvement, streamline processes, and ultimately increase competitiveness. https://mep.purdue.edu
Kyle and Kevin talk about how much 3d materials have changed in the last 10 years and businesses should take a look again. How automation has made big strides in manufacturing and how innovation helps companies stay ahead. Kyle tells Kevin about Purdue MEP and how it helps small to medium manufacturing businesses, look for your local MEP as it is a national non-profit.
Episode 4: April 27, 2021
Jim Teuber, (Co-Founder & CEO) and Peter Koostra, (Director of Engineering) from Re3DTech chat with Kevin Carr about exciting things in their environment. Also, what has been their biggest learning lesson that has made them a success in the Additive Manufacturing field and how they help customers navigate the changing 3D print world. More than just those topics so listen to hear more. Kevin also seems to have a problem with the name of his podcast so he will be changing it to Chatting 3D and Additive Manufacturing (AM) as listeners what do you think it should be called? Would you be interested in an HP MJF User Group?
Episode 3: March 31, 2021
Kevin Carr chats with Kelly Knake and Scot Andrews, from Impac Systems Engineering, about additive manufacturing. Listen to them chat about what they think will be interesting in the upcoming year and of course, they have a few laughs along the way.
Episode 2: February 18, 2021
Mark Blumreiter and Kevin Carr sit down and talk about the latest trends in 3D Print. Then dive into a chat with Barb Miller-Webb on how she has seen 3D print change in the last 12 years.
Episode 1: February 8, 2021
Kevin Carr and Mark Blumreiter sit down with Kevin Marchant to discuss Kevin's experiences with additive manufacturing.