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Twelve way to make a Prototype with Xometry – Greg Paulsen– Ep7‪1‬ The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

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Twelve way to make a Prototype with Xometry – Greg Paulsen– Ep71
 
Greg Paulsen is the Director of Application Engineering at Xometry. He is an expert in helping determine the best-fit manufacturing process for customer projects and discussing design-for-manufacturing for over 12 different manufacturing technologies from precision machining to 3D printing
Xometry is a manufacturing marketplace that provides instant pricing, lead times, and manufacturability feedback for custom parts in real-time through its website.
In our discussion, we go into the specifics of many of these processes, like Direct Laser Metal Sintering (DLMS), 3D printing SLA elastomers, FDM printing, Carbon 3D printing, HP Multijet fusion, and urethane casting.
We also discuss the business side of Xometry and how they use the same concept as Uber: utilize capacity of people and business who have the machines to make prototypes.
Greg’s number one tip: If a manufacturer does provide feedback, it’s not a critique of the part. They just want to make the best part they can for you.
 
Contact info:
www.Xometry.com
support@xometry.com
Email: gpaulsen@xometry.com
 
The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com
 

Follow me on Twitter/Instagram @caddesignhelp
 

This week’s show is sponsored by Gusto
Everyone loves payday, especially engineers. But loving a payroll provider? That’s a little weird. Still, small businesses across the country love running payroll with Gusto. Gusto automatically files and pays your taxes, it’s super easy to use, and you can add benefits and HR support to help take care of your engineering team and keep your business safe. It’s loyal, it’s modern — you might fall in love yourself.  Listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll. Try a demo and test it out at gusto.com/ee. That’s gusto.com/ee
 

This week’s show is Sponsored by:
Average Joe’s Financial Coaching. Leading small business owners and employees to financial success! 
Average Joe’s Financial Independence teaches people how to correctly manage their money. Over 80% of people live paycheck to paycheck and Average Joe’s can help change that. People who have their finances under control are more productive at work and at home! Whether you are struggling to pay of debt or just trying to control your income , contact Average Joe’s today! They also work with Small Business owners to increase profit margins by assessing their expenses.
Their  coaching is virtual and can be done right from the comfort of your home! Please contact them today at 805-419-9777 for a FREE consultation. That’s Average Joe’s Financial Independence @ 805-419-9777
Helping you take control of your money!!
 

Today’s show is sponsored by BricsCAD
Attention computer aided design software users! – are you tired of expensive subscriptions and constantly increasing prices?
There is an alternative to high subscription pricing. It’s called BricsCAD.
It’s innovative, fast and native DWG. It’s totally compatible with what you know, and it’s available in a permanent, lifetime license.
If you know AutoCAD, you know BricsCAD. Try it for free for 30 days at bricsys.com, then buy a lifetime license for less.

Twelve way to make a Prototype with Xometry – Greg Paulsen– Ep71
 
Greg Paulsen is the Director of Application Engineering at Xometry. He is an expert in helping determine the best-fit manufacturing process for customer projects and discussing design-for-manufacturing for over 12 different manufacturing technologies from precision machining to 3D printing
Xometry is a manufacturing marketplace that provides instant pricing, lead times, and manufacturability feedback for custom parts in real-time through its website.
In our discussion, we go into the specifics of many of these processes, like Direct Laser Metal Sintering (DLMS), 3D printing SLA elastomers, FDM printing, Carbon 3D printing, HP Multijet fusion, and urethane casting.
We also discuss the business side of Xometry and how they use the same concept as Uber: utilize capacity of people and business who have the machines to make prototypes.
Greg’s number one tip: If a manufacturer does provide feedback, it’s not a critique of the part. They just want to make the best part they can for you.
 
Contact info:
www.Xometry.com
support@xometry.com
Email: gpaulsen@xometry.com
 
The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com
 

Follow me on Twitter/Instagram @caddesignhelp
 

This week’s show is sponsored by Gusto
Everyone loves payday, especially engineers. But loving a payroll provider? That’s a little weird. Still, small businesses across the country love running payroll with Gusto. Gusto automatically files and pays your taxes, it’s super easy to use, and you can add benefits and HR support to help take care of your engineering team and keep your business safe. It’s loyal, it’s modern — you might fall in love yourself.  Listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll. Try a demo and test it out at gusto.com/ee. That’s gusto.com/ee
 

This week’s show is Sponsored by:
Average Joe’s Financial Coaching. Leading small business owners and employees to financial success! 
Average Joe’s Financial Independence teaches people how to correctly manage their money. Over 80% of people live paycheck to paycheck and Average Joe’s can help change that. People who have their finances under control are more productive at work and at home! Whether you are struggling to pay of debt or just trying to control your income , contact Average Joe’s today! They also work with Small Business owners to increase profit margins by assessing their expenses.
Their  coaching is virtual and can be done right from the comfort of your home! Please contact them today at 805-419-9777 for a FREE consultation. That’s Average Joe’s Financial Independence @ 805-419-9777
Helping you take control of your money!!
 

Today’s show is sponsored by BricsCAD
Attention computer aided design software users! – are you tired of expensive subscriptions and constantly increasing prices?
There is an alternative to high subscription pricing. It’s called BricsCAD.
It’s innovative, fast and native DWG. It’s totally compatible with what you know, and it’s available in a permanent, lifetime license.
If you know AutoCAD, you know BricsCAD. Try it for free for 30 days at bricsys.com, then buy a lifetime license for less.

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