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3D Printing (3DP) & Additive Manufacturing (AM) educational and conversational video podcast. Highlighting positive people, applications, and events in the '3DP & AM Chat' community.

All Digital Additive Manufacturing Adam J. Penna

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3D Printing (3DP) & Additive Manufacturing (AM) educational and conversational video podcast. Highlighting positive people, applications, and events in the '3DP & AM Chat' community.

    3DP & AM Chat: 3Degrees | TraceAM software | Mike Vasquez, PhD & Adam J. Penna | May 26, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: 3Degrees | TraceAM software | Mike Vasquez, PhD & Adam J. Penna | May 26, 2021

    Happy to have fellow podcaster and founder of 3Degrees consulting, Mike Vasquez stop by and share more details about developing and launching his new TraceAM software while piloting a new educational program in Chicago IL.

    Topics:
    0:00 – Intro – Mike Vasquez, PhD
    1:05 – AMUG – TraceAM software (teaser)
    1:35 – 3Degrees – making 3D printing work for you – beyond materials research – helping qualify the process
    5:12 – Developing TraceAM software – materials process database - 3D printing workflow in a production environment – real life information
    9:40 – Certifications, Qualifications, Standards – documenting the whole story of the part
    13:32 – America Makes materials database project using TraceAM software
    18:50 – Podcasting through the pandemic – 3Degrees
    24:32 – Chicago, IL pilot student and mentor program – “Westside Forward” jobs and training – intro to 3D printing careers – importance of networking

    Mike Vasquez: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mvasquez18/

    3Degrees: https://www.3degreescompany.com/

    TraceAM software: https://www.traceam.com/

    Dr. Mike Vasquez is a 3D Printing expert specializing in pushing the boundaries of advanced 3D printing technology. He is the Founder of 3Degrees, a Chicago-based consulting company focused helping companies implement winning 3D Printing solutions through practical insights and materials expertise.

    He has worked side-by-side with some of the top machine manufacturers, material producers and end users in the industry, consulting with them to identify novel applications, test new materials, and rethink manufacturing approaches to de-risk supply chains and increase flexibility.

    He completed his PhD in Additive Manufacturing at Loughborough University and received both his Bachelors and Masters from MIT in Materials Science and Engineering.

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    • 32 min
    3DP & AM Chat: Dyndrite | AMUG Wrap-Up Round Table | Orlando, Florida | May 6, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: Dyndrite | AMUG Wrap-Up Round Table | Orlando, Florida | May 6, 2021

    From AMUG 2021 in Orlando, Florida On Thursday, May 6th in the Orange 'Main Stage' Ballroom during the “last session of the week”.
    Including special guests from the room, answering questions and reflecting on each other’s related AMUG 2021 highlights.

    This year was a benchmark conference to remember, and I feel very grateful to be a part of...

    Dyndrite AMUG Wrap-Up

    The “lively round table” session included leaders across the Additive Manufacturing ecosystem.

    Featuring:
    Anthony Graves – HP
    Ben Ferrar – Carpenter Additive
    Michelle Bockman – 3D Control Systems
    David Tucker – Forecast3D
    Jen Ferello – HP
    Kristin Mulherin & Rachael Dalton-Taggart – Dyndrite
    Moderator: Adam J. Penna - All Digital AM

    Dyndrite Corporation is composed of mathematicians, software engineers, designers, and mechanical engineers, all with a strong belief in the transformative power of digital manufacturing through new computing technologies. We aim to unlock the promise of emerging fabrication technologies within production-oriented environments across numerous industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, energy, consumer goods, service bureaus and contract manufacturers.

    The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) origins date back to the early 1990s when the founding industry users group was called 3D Systems North American Stereolithography Users Group, a users group solely focused on the advancement of stereolithography (SL) use with the owners and operators of 3D Systems’ equipment. Today, AMUG educates and supports users of all additive manufacturing technologies. The primary charter of the group remains the same, but its members are much more diversified, global and focused in advancing additive manufacturing technology for rapid manufacturing and prototyping.
    With AMUG’s expanded range, operators/owners of any commercial technology — stereolithography, selective laser sintering, 3D printing, DMD, DMLS, FDM, LS, SL, SLM, PolyJet, and more * — can benefit from the information exchange and professional network that AMUG offers.

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    • 54 min
    3DP & AM Chat: Roboze | Performance Super Polymers and Composites | Alessio Lorusso | April 29, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: Roboze | Performance Super Polymers and Composites | Alessio Lorusso | April 29, 2021

    I had the opportunity to chat with CEO, Alessio Lorusso and learn more about his plans to expand operations to Houston, Texas. Offering both 3D printers and 3D parts with performance super polymers and composites. The Roboze technical ecosystem includes a complete range of advanced 3D printers for high temperature and high strength super plastics, developed with the collaboration of the best global players. It guarantees a real optimization of costs and time along the entire supply chain, while bringing Additive Manufacturing closer to the standards of traditional manufacturing.

    Topics:
    1:20 - Alessio’s journey from production CNC to production 3D printing with accurate repeatable high performance super polymer and composites materials #stronglikemetal
    2:48 - Roboze specializes in high temp polymer materials.
    4:37 – Production “accuracy and repeatability” and #printstronglikemetal
    6:04 - Expanding operations from HQ in Bari, Italy to Houston, Texas
    8:30 – Roboze technology “beltless technology” - repeatability and consistency – process materials properly.
    12:05 - Business model of both selling machines and also providing printing services with Roboze On-demand parts / service network. (Digital inventory) “connecting the demand with the offering.”
    15:47 – Consistency of the parts and quality control in distributed manufacturing. Certification and qualification of parts.
    17:52 - Future Plans – additional talent and technology - upcoming event: 20th of May:
    “Roboze Goes into Space" with LAIR Group
    Webinar to discover how Roboze is supporting the widespread use of additive manufacturing in the SPACE SECTOR to change the future of space missions.

    Event by Roboze
    Online
    May 20, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CDT)
    Registration link: https://bit.ly/3sE0KfC

    Roboze: https://www.roboze.com/

    Roboze is re-shaping the manufacturing industry and revolutionizing the world of 3D Printing with the most precise technology, capable of processing super polymers and composite materials for the realization of finished functional parts to be used in the most extreme conditions and sectors.

    Moreover, Roboze offers the chance to produce custom finished parts On Demand and Just-in-Time through its manufacturing as a service global network, Roboze 3D Parts, that allows companies to reduce cost and time by shortening the steps in their supply chain and digitalizing their inventory.
    #PrintStrongLikeMetal

    Alessio Lorusso: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorussoroboze/

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    • 19 min
    3DP & AM Chat: Anouk Wipprecht | Fashion Tech Design 3D Printing | Maddie Frank | March 2nd, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: Anouk Wipprecht | Fashion Tech Design 3D Printing | Maddie Frank | March 2nd, 2021

    In celebration of Women's History Month coinciding with All Digital Additive Manufacturing's 50th episode, FasionTech icon Anouk Wipprecht is interviewed by guest host Maddie Frank. Thank you to Maddie for agreeing to be our first guest host and doing the work behind the questions that make this episode so great! Special thanks to Anouk for agreeing to be guest number 50!! WoW…what an inspirational and talent packed episode… Thank You All! Enjoy!!

    Topics Include:
    0:05 – Intro – Guest host, Maddie Frank with guest Anouk Wipprecht
    1:08 – STEAM and FashionTech influence in a small town
    3:14 – Computer and technology introduction
    4:03 – MTV and 90’s influence – Robotics influence
    6:16 – Art, Fashion, and Robotics (the early years)
    9:22 – Anouk’s lil princess Lumi says hello 😊
    10:57 – 1.5yrs in Sweden with Arduino while pursuing art – combining disciplines.
    12:53 – Typical day in the life of a creative
    13:52 – Location and cultural influence - Zaha Hadid architect
    18: 32- Support to be an entrepreneur artist.
    20:38 – Dress designs, Spider, Smoke, Synapse – exploring personal space
    24:43 – Balancing design and gender and technology
    28:55 – Agent Unicorn Project – sensory research for children – Autism, ADHD therapy
    37:53 – Getting started with 3D printing – Smoke dress – Software – TPU
    41:20 – Materialise – Robotics – Fashion - 3D printing
    42:16 – Future of Art, Technology, and Fashion – STEM and STEAM – hybrid approach

    Anouk Wipprecht: https://www.anoukwipprecht.nl/

    Maddie Frank: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maddie-frank-586505a8/

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    • 46 min
    3DP & AM Chat: Satori | Creative Custom Resin 3D Printing | Chengxi Wang | March 3rd, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: Satori | Creative Custom Resin 3D Printing | Chengxi Wang | March 3rd, 2021

    Satori means "enlightenment” in Japanese Zen. It was a true pleasure to have Satori CEO, Chengxi Wang share her inspirational journey from musician to financial analyst to 3D printing creative leader. Developing professional 3D printers for dentists, engineers, jewelry designers, manufacturers, and innovators around the world...

    Topics Include:
    0:05 – Intro Chengxi Wang – CEO, Satori – Creatives put the "why" in "buy"
    1:45 – Behind the creation of Satori – Musical and finance background – 3D printing and the creative process
    3:44 – Satori – Empowering the creative user’s experience
    4:51 – Customized resin and machine solutions developed from customer feedback.
    6:21 – Learning from failure - Embrace the chaos - Water washable resin
    9:25 – Dental industry value: aligners – Surgical guides
    11:33 – Musician creativity mindset – Team leadership – Discipline
    14:14 – Leading a team during the pandemic – Partnership programs
    17:11 - Continuing education – User experience – Dental ROI
    21:30 – 3D printings special charm – Owning your journey
    22:52 – Future plans for Satori
    23:37 – Curiosity and a creative mind – Inspiration - Community

    Chengxi Wang
    Twitter: https://bit.ly/3feb6Qe
    LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3cl9Nx3

    Satori:
    https://twitter.com/satori3dp
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/satori-3d/
    website: https://satori-tech.io/

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    • 25 min
    3DP & AM Chat: WERK_ | Human Centered Design | Katie Tucker & Adam J. Penna | February 28, 2021

    3DP & AM Chat: WERK_ | Human Centered Design | Katie Tucker & Adam J. Penna | February 28, 2021

    Wonderful to have Katie Tucker, founder of WERK_ stop by to share her experience working with teams and organizations that find themselves in transformation. WERK_offers partnership, consultation, and training designed to empower teams to develop a unified long-term vision, roadmaps for realization, and environmental indicators that improve the synergy inside Advanced Manufacturing ecosystems.

    Topics Include:
    0:05 – Intro WERK_ - Human Centered Design
    2:53 – New technology adoption – value chain
    5:00 – Company-wide “buy-in” – Organizational excitement, including the supply chain
    8:17 – End user identification – shaping the experience – creating value
    11:50 – More applications – Concept development – Culture shifting
    14:52 – Train the trainer – learn by exploration
    16:33 – Company culture and ecosystem
    17:45 – Servant leadership, community collaboration
    20:20 – Community and shared experience going forward
    23:08 – Rethinking the shared experience by combining technology

    Katie Tucker: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherinemtucker/

    WERK_ : https://www.werkstrategy.com/

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    • 26 min

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