3D printing: makers and hackers are driving this industry

New Event: Why 3D Printing is not the revolution you expect @PARISOMA

Posted By on Dec 31, 2013 | 0 comments

Expectations about 3D printing were high since the technology started to be democratized. Even though almost everyone agrees on the amazingness of this technology, not everyone knows what to do with it. Makers and hackers are driving this industry. They are the heroes championing it, but businesses will be needed to make it truly mainstream.

During this 2-hour talk, composed of case studies and examples, we will demonstrate why 3D printing is not the revolution you expect.

We will start from the Hype Cycle analysis concerning 3D printing and will discuss ways to implement 3D printing in your particular business.  We will drive the discussion through the primary expectations around 3D printing up to concrete applications and discussions to have this industry be part of your business.

At the end of the class, you will get concrete insights and case studies of what 3D printing can do for you.

The event wille take place in PARISOMA on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST) in San Francisco.

If you want to register for the event, follow the link here.

About the Instructor:

Nora Touré is Sculpteo’s U.S. Sales Manager. Sculpteo is a French-based company. They opened their first U.S office in San Francisco a year ago.

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