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Best 3D Printing Podcasts We Could Find
Best 3D Printing Podcasts We Could Find
This collection of podcasts discussing the progressive landscape and future applications of the technology, 3D printing news, digital fabrication, 3D design and more.
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On Talking Additive, we sit down with business innovators and allies to discuss the impact of adopting additive manufacturing. What benefits can companies expect from 3D printing, and what will be possible in the future? The show is hosted by Matt Griffin and brought to you by Ultimaker.
 
Hackaday Editors take a look at all of the interesting uses of technology that pop up on the internet each week. Topics cover a wide range like bending consumer electronics to your will, designing circuit boards, building robots, writing software, 3D printing interesting objects, and using machine tools. Get your fix of geeky goodness from new episodes every Friday morning.
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Exponential Africa podcast brings you the best thought leadership and innovation from around the world. Hosted by Mic Mann, this podcast aims to bring you impactful knowledge and ideas featuring discussions around exponential technologies, disruption, and how to leverage cutting-edge ideas to future-proof your business. Mic interviews and discusses the future of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, 3d Printing, IoT, Biotechnology and more, as well as global grand challenge ...
 
Welcome to the Lattice podcast, the official podcast for 3DHEALS. This is where you will find fun but in-depth conversations (by founder Jenny Chen) with technological game-changers, creative minds, entrepreneurs, rule breakers, and more focusing on how we can use 3D technologies, like 3D printing and bioprinting to reinvent healthcare and even life sciences. This podcast will also include AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions, past Instagram Live interviews, and other direct engagements with our T ...
 
Welcome to The MatterHackers Podcast - a dedicated space that dives deep into the world of 3D printing and digital manufacturing. Here, we'll break down machines, materials, and revolutionary ideas through exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes processes. Join Dave Gaylord, MatterHackers' VP of Product and Technology and self-proclaimed tech nerd as he navigates us through the depths of this cutting-edge technology. To learn more about 3D printing, visit www.MatterHackers.com
 
Another Dimension reviews the latest news and technology developments. Cutting edge science, engineering, medical, space, and creative news about the latest advances in 3D printing technology. Another Dimension is hosted by Michael Petch and brought to you by 3D Printing Industry - the Authority on Additive Manufacturing.
 
This is the Second 200 episodes of the WTFFF?! 3D-Printing Podcast. WTFFF?! Co-hosts Tom & Tracy Hazzard focus on the what of Fused Filament Fabrication (3D Printing), what design software to use, what printer to buy, what tools to use, what designs should you print, what new materials are out and what your business strategy should be. On the 3D Printing Podcast, they interview the who is who in 3D Print art and design along with others who can help you figure out your what. They share with ...
 
You will be hearing about 3D printing. And what I know about 3D printing. 3D printers Is they require a special kind of string to the 3D model. I also know that you can make a 3d model on a computer and them it will 3D print it. How I got into 3D printing is I just found it while I was watching videos on Youtube and I saw a video on 3D printing. And then I found out that people made 3D printers without buying them I saw a lot of cool 3D printed stuff.Like one person made a 3D printed arm tha ...
 
From flying cars and 3D printed food, to the man who created a real life jet suit, Future Lab - The Podcast brings you the new technologies and science that are about to shape the world in unimaginable ways. Join curator Lucy Johnston as she meets the people tackling the biggest problems facing planet earth and pushing humanity to achieve things we’ve never seen before. These are the stories of the people taking ideas from the pages of science fiction and bringing them to life before our eye ...
 
We also do weekly 3DFP vids on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/3DigitalCooks 3DIGITALCOOKS is a 3D food printing studio. We create new food experiences through the innovation and research on food, user experience and technology around 3DFP. At the same time we commit to share the technology as we strongy believe it is the best way to help push it forward.
 
To create this podcast, your hosts Nick Turner and Joel Crane have tapped their "telephone" conversation with the idea that maybe, just maybe, someone else on planet Earth will find the discussion entertaining. But let's face it: this conversation was probably going to take place anyway. Expect topics to vary enormously, from financial technology, 3D printing, macOS, Android, and of course, Wi-Fi, given that we both "work" (or more accurately, operate) in the Wi-Fi industry.
 
Welcome to Print on Demand Minute, The Print on Demand University Podcast. Come listen to my Interviews with Leaders in the Industry on how to increase your audience and sales for your Print on Demand /E-Commerce Business. You will also get to listen to some of my random gold nuggets on how to get your business started or to the next level. https://printondemanduniversity.net/
 
Creative 3D artist at ThePro3DStudio, a top 3D designing company providing high quality 3d services which include custom 3D modeling, rendering for product and architecture, animation and virtual services for various industries across the globe. My skill sets include creating photorealistic rendered models of architecture using advanced software programs. http://professional3dservices.com/
 
Extruding 3D printing enlightenment and entertainment. I'd Print That is a podcast about 3D printing, technology, gaming, and all things interesting. Our objective is to help and educate current 3D printing hobbyists and that those looking at getting into 3D printing by making useful information readily available. We hope to remove some of the confusion and mystery and maybe 3D printing will becoming more than just a hobby. New episodes are scheduled to release on Sunday.
 
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0:00:00 Wafaey Swelim Introduction 0:03:50 Getting the 3D printer certified and permitting in New Zealand 0:06:35 Building a print team 0:13:05 Publicity value of being the first construction 3D printer in the region 0:21:50 Macroeconomic need for automated construction 0:30:45 Wafaey’s favorite prints accomplished so far 0:43:30 Future of design &…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams have found a critical mass of projects this week that wouldn't be possible without 3D printers. There's an absolutely astounding model roller coaster that is true to the mechanisms and physics of the original (and beholden to hours of sanding and painting). Adding sheet material to the printing proce…
 
Julien Cohen worked for Stratasys Direct and Eaton in Application Development before joining 3DEO. He takes us through what application engineering is and how it helps customers. We also have a lively discussion about the relative merits of various technologies and approaches. Additionally, he explains 3DEO’s unique binder jetting technology and ho…
 
The Bonehead Podcast #73 - 3D Printing for Blood Bowl, and are Star Players Too Broken?! Welcome Back, #BloodBowl Fans! On episode 73 of the Bonehead Podcast we’re joined by our 3D Printing Correspondent Ian “Triple Pow” Triplow to talk all things Printing, and then we tackle the great question of our time - Are Star Players Too Broken?! YouTube: h…
 
MIT CSAIL spinout Inkbit this week announced that it has raised $30 million. The Series B, led by Phoenix Venture Partners LLC, brings the firm’s total funding up to $45 million. PVP joins existing partners like industrial 3D printing giant Stratasys, DSM Venturing, Ocado, 3M, IMA and Saint-Gobain. Inkbit was founded in 2017, building on […]…
 
3D printing is a technology that’s changing the world of manufacturing. It’s opening up new creative avenues in art and fashion. It’s accessible to individual hobbyists through to huge companies and the possibilities for how it can be used are limited only by our imaginations. We hear from Melissa Snover, whose company Nourished makes 3D-printed nu…
 
Thanks to JLCPCB for sponsoring this episode! Get custom PCBs from $2 with free SMT assembly at https://jlcpcb.com/RHS This episode covers a ton of recycling topics starting from Stefan’s adventures into 3D print recycling over the PETBOT that allows direct recycling of PET bottles, to the number of wasted plastics in filament spools all the way to…
 
First this week, Editor-in-Chief Holden Thorp talks with author Patrick Radden Keefe about his book Empire of Pain and the role scientists, regulators, and physicians played in the rollout of Oxycontin and the opioid crisis in the United States.Next, Katelyn Baumer, a Ph.D. student in the chemistry and biochemistry department at Baylor University, …
 
Join Dave as he chats with Norm Chan from TESTED.com about how he and the Tested crew are using 3D printers, their thoughts on the industry, and the evolution of resin 3D printing tech. Norm has been a member of Adam Savage's TESTED team for many years and is a dedicated advocate for all things making, tech, and 3D printing. Find more episodes & 3D…
 
While the company isn’t revealing everything about it just yet, this morning Google gave the world its first official peek at its next flagship phone: the Pixel 6. Here’s what we know so far: It’ll come in two forms: Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The base 6 will have a matte aluminum finish with […]
 
Columbus, Ohio-based Finite State, a startup that provides supply chain security for connected devices and critical infrastructure, has raised $30M in Series B funding. The funding lands amid increased focus on the less-secure elements in an organizations’ supply chain, such as Internet of Things devices and embedded systems.…
 
We speak to four researchers about their hearing innovations: a 3D-printed stent for collapsed cartilage, a one-dollar hearing aid that can be built in an hour, a "mind-reading" hearing aid that solves the cocktail party problem, and a brain monitor for cochlear-implant calibration. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Apple is responding to user complaints and feedback about the controversial changes to the Safari mobile browser with today’s launch of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 beta 4. The new Safari design first introduced at WWDC had moved the tab bar (URL bar) to the bottom of the screen — a fairly radical change for […]…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/GRMConsulting.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week, Martin Gambling of GRM Consulting joins me on the show to discuss the use of OmniQuest’s Genesis software in the Motorsports industry today; and how it’s migrating into automotive hypercar development, mainstream automotive, and mari…
 
* What’s ‘gadget insurance’? We hear about the new Ausion Home+ plan, plus uBreakiFix stores. * LG chats with us about its LG ProBake Convection Slide-In Range with Air Sous Vide & AirFry. * CrowdChange is a new fundraising platform to empower charitable events, big or small, with intuitive tools * Love word games? Be the first to learn about the n…
 
Are we living in a declining empire in need of renewal? Maybe. But one thing to keep in mind? Romans thought the same thing centuries before the great empire fell. So what’s up with the fascination with the decline and fall of Rome? And what lessons does it have for US politics? To help us answer that question, we’ve got Edward J. Watts. He’s a pro…
 
Rocket Lab is back in business launching rockets, after an issue during its last launch in May caused a total loss of the payloads on board. The company was quick to investigate the issue, and announced just over a week ago that it had completed that work, identified the problem and implemented corrective action to […]…
 
First this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the paradox of metabolically healthy obesity. They chat about the latest research into the relationships between markers of metabolic health—such as glucose or cholesterol levels in the blood—and obesity. They aren’t as tied as you might think.Next, Colin Dayan…
 
Electric air taxi startup Lilium has tapped German manufacturer Customcell to supply batteries for its flagship 7-seater Lilium Jet. The battery IP is the result of “multiple players,” a Lilium spokesperson told TechCrunch, but the manufacturing will be the sole job of Customcells. While Lilium declined to specify the number of battery systems as p…
 
Host Fabian Alefeld speaks with Markus Seibold, Vice President of Additive Manufacturing at Siemens Energy and Material Solutions, two of the most advanced users of Additive Manufacturing (AM) consumer production. Markus and Fabian discuss why a working culture focused on growth and a shared sense of purpose is far more effective than a culture foc…
 
The 2021 MyGolfSpy Ball Test has concluded, and its the biggest test we've done yet with over 5000 shots hit and 37 models tested. Today we share our preliminary findings and what surprised us the most. Let's get it!---------------------------------------------Welcome to MyGolfSpy!Over 15 million golfers a year turn to MyGolfSpy to get unbiased, te…
 
Hello and welcome to an Ultimaker turns 10 - Bonus episode - a miniature portrait of one of our "Year One" staff members, who -- along with our co-founders and some of their early collaborators -- help paint a portrait of Ultimaker in its earliest years. This bonus episode features Coen de Boer! We'll return next week with the final full episode of…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Kepstan-PEKK.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week Bob Barsotti, the global R&D manager of Arkema joins me on the show to discuss their Kepstan® PEKK Resins. These polyether-ketone-ketone resins are made from a tailored combination of two monomers and are designed for applications requ…
 
It takes a really specific consumer to buy an Android phone, yet use Apple Music. But the small overlap in that venn diagram may be getting bigger. Last month at WWDC, Apple unveiled a free update for Apple Music subscribers that added lossless audio streaming and spatial audio with support for Dolby Atmos.…
 
Conventional wisdom holds that one ought let sleeping does lie. But no one says you’re barred from tracking them while they do. New York-based smart collar maker Fi announced today that it’s adding sleep to the list of the device’s tracking. The added feature uses the collar’s on-board motion sensing to monitor your best friend’s […]…
 
Life in Haiti has rarely been easy. It’s the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Corruption is rampant. And it’s been invaded more than once since independence, including by the United States. It’s little wonder that the half-Island nation has suffered repression and political turmoil And, on July 7, it’s president, Jovenel Moïse, was assass…
 
* Don’t trust your business to any ‘ol laptop. ASUS’s Beca Truong joins us to share what’s new with ExpertBooks * Have trouble falling or staying asleep? Learn all about Wesper sleep kits on today’s program * We’ll also hear about WhereiPark, a popular platform that connects those with parking spots to rent with those who need ‘em * We have another…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys bubble sort the best hardware hacks so you don't miss 'em. This week we're smitten by the perfection of a telephone tape loop message announcer. We enjoyed seeing Blender's ray tracing to design mirrors, and a webcam and computer monitor to stand in for triple-projector-based fractal fun. There's a b…
 
Playdate, the adorable whimsy-and-nostalgia-box/handheld game system built by Panic (with some help from Teenage Engineering), has taken one more big step toward reality: it has an official pre-order date. And it’s soon! The company announced this morning that pre-orders for the handheld will go live on July 29th at 10 a.m pacific.…
 
First this week, Associate Editor Kelly Servick joins us to discuss a big push to develop scalable blood tests for Alzheimer’s disease and how this could advance research on the disease and its treatment.Next, Amir Khan, a senior scientist at the Physics Institute of the University of Zurich and the Institute of Geophysics at ETH Zürich, talks with…
 
Rivian electric vehicle charging stations are coming to yet another state park system. The EV startup said it would install its so-called “waypoint” chargers at all of Tennessee’s 56 state parks, just four months after announcing a similar agreement with the state of Colorado. It’s the next step in Rivian’s plans to build out its […]…
 
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