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Additive Tomorrow: 3D Printing is just getting started

April 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

What will additive manufacturing look like tomorrow?


The layered, glue gun style, FDM 3D printers we’ve got in our garages are getting a serious upgrade. Industry 4.0 is here. In the age of edge intelligence and industrial robotics, additive manufacturing is bridging new frontiers in information, distribution, scale, materials science, and engineering. This is your opportunity to catch a glimpse of the future from industry innovators – 3D Printing is just getting started!


Speakers:


Rolly Seth: Program Manager, Microsoft Garage


Rolly leads ‘The Garage’ core programming in Microsoft HQ, Redmond. The Garage is Microsoft’s official outlet for experimental projects from small teams across the company to test a hypothesis, receive early customer feedback, and determine product-market fit. It is where a community of over 10,000 hackers and makers come together to work on side projects, prototype new ideas, and build with others across the company. 


Kristin MuherinPrincipal/Founder at A-M Cubed + Product Marketing and Market Development at HP


Kristin is an entrepreneurial and strategic leader with global experience within both metal and plastic Additive Manufacturing. With a background in materials science, business development, and strategic marketing, she helps industrial, medical, automotive & aerospace organizations optimize their growth by utilizing her knowledge and experience with: executive marketing strategy, commercial segmentation, and positioning, product & go-to-market strategies, market research & competitive analyses, advanced materials science (metallurgy, ceramics & composites), and QA/QC & analytical instrumentation.


Melanie KongEngineering/Entrepreneurship Teacher, Lake Washington School District + Co-Founder/CEO FloopEdu


Melanie is a High school STEM educator helping students create startups, co-founder/CEO of the education startup Floop, and former chemical engineer committed to improving STEM education in K-12 schools and developing creative solutions for problems in education. She specializes in entrepreneurship education, project-based instruction, inquiry-based learning, curriculum development, standards-based grading, product development, R&D, user research, and data analysis.


Agenda:



  • 7:00pm: Networking

  • 7:40pm: Call to Seats

  • 8:30pm: Q&A

  • 9:30pm: Evening End


3D Newsletter: https://womenin3dprinting.com/corporate-partnership-oportunities/

Venue

thinkspace Seattle
1700 Westlake Ave N Suite 200
Seattle, wa 98109 us