New York April 2-4, 2014
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Exhibit Hall Hours: Thurs., April 3, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm | Fri., April 4, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

April 2 12:00 pm Registration Opens (Workshop Day Only)
April 2 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop 1: Desktop 3D Printers - From Start to Finish (Limited to 75 attendees) Learn how to get started with desktop 3D printing. We will discover the 3 ways to make, which include downloading, scanning and design. We will also cover basic tips on how to use your 3D printer, what users are creating and how you can get started today!
  • erinarden Erin ArdenTraining Manager,
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April 2 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop 2: From CAD to Scanning: Introduction to Design (SOLD OUT) As 3D Printing’s popularity continues to resonate around the globe, the impact of additive manufacturing is poised to revolutionize how products are designed and generate new opportunities in emerging markets. For innovative designers, there will be huge benefits as design files created from scratch using CAD software will enable them to rapidly and affordably build precise, high quality prototypes as part of the design process. Likewise, as advanced optical scanning technologies become more ubiquitous, turning the objects you already own into printable 3D models will quickly become more economical. Think of a future where every existing smartphone and tablet can function as a potential 3D Scanner and create 3D models from 2D images. In fact, with the global 3D scanning market predicted to grow from $2.06 billion in 2013 to $4.08 billion by 2018, the future has already arrived. Join us for a soup to nuts introductory workshop as we explore the fundamentals of real-time imaging and 3D CAD design software across a variety of verticals and industries. Using 3D Printing to accelerate innovation, shorten design cycles, and reduce costs is all part of the discussion. We’ll also touch on economical ways for smaller companies and bootstrapped start-ups to gain access to professional 3D CAD tools through new subscription-based pricing models. The future challenges faced by designers hoping to protect their original work from unauthorized adaptation, copying and reproduction will also be considered in this workshop.
  • michaelraphael Michael Raphael Founder & Owner,
    Direct Dimensions, Inc.
  • duannscott Duann Scott Founder & Designer,
    Bits to Atoms and Shapeways
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April 2 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Break
April 2 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Workshop 3: Reshaping Manufacturing: Understanding the 3D Printing Process (SOLD OUT) While 3D Printing has been mainly utilized for rapid prototyping in the past, more recent improvements in 3D Printing equipment coupled with declining prices of materials has opened up new processes for building products. Unlike traditional construction methods, 3D Printing allows for an unprecedented amount of flexibility in the production process as design concepts go from ideation to completion. Some of the most popular additive manufacturing techniques use Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Stereolithography (SLA), each employing a slightly different method to deposit solid material in razor-thin layers on top of each other until a three-dimensional shape emerges. Likewise, the wide range of potential colors, properties and materials (plastics, metals, ceramics, polymers, glass and even living tissues), have spurred a vast range of applications which are bound to expand further as the technology reaches wider adoption. This workshop will delve into the overall process of making three-dimensional solid objects from digital designs and explore the various powders, binders and support materials that allow for the geometric flexibility inherent to additive manufacturing. We’ll also examine the course of moving from original concept via virtual blueprint (CAD or animation modeling software) to finished product along with all the pre-preparation and post processing steps required to make a quality printed piece.
  • brentstucker Dr. Brent Stucker Professor of Industrial Engineering,
    University of Louisville
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April 2 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Workshop 4: Tools of Creation and The Future of Retail (SOLD OUT) This highly informative session offers a front-lines account at how 3d printing will transform the retail shopping experience and consumer product manufacturing in the coming years. Starting with the Jewelry sector and with application into just about every imaginable product category, you will witness the first ever Interactive Design® System live during this talk.
  • The store of the future – How additive manufacturing technology is poised to transform the way we shop and interact with brands.
  • Interactive Design™ – How every person will soon become a co-creator of the products they buy.
  • Customization vs. Personalization – Why this is the single most important distinction in product creation for the 21st Century.
  • The limits of current technology – How far away are we from the perfect 3d printed future.
  • isaackatz Isaac Katz Katz Perceptivism
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April 3 8:15 am Registration Opens
April 3 9:00 am - 9:45 am Morning Keynote: Avi Reichental Description Coming Soon.
  • Avi Reichental Avi Reichental President and CEO,
    3D Systems
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April 3 9:45 am - 10:15 am Morning Break and Exhibit Hall Opens Details »
April 3 10:15 am - 11:00 am Simulation of Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Enabling a 3D “Print Preview” When designing components for demanding applications, understanding the link between the various process parameter combinations which can be used in an additive manufacturing machine and their impacts on accuracy, and material properties is critical. A newly developed simulation infrastructure for predicting the links between process parameters and part performance and quality will be overviewed in this talk.
  • brentstucker Dr. Brent Stucker Professor of Industrial Engineering,
    University of Louisville
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April 3 10:15 am - 11:00 am 3D Printing Revolution: The Documentary Film Brian Federal, producer of the upcoming documentary film, 3D Printing Revolution, will share many of the insights he gained through the process of making his film. Documenting the history and development of this fascinating technology, Brian offers a glimpse into the future impact it will have on our lives. The film includes many of the great visionaries, engineers, and entrepreneurs who have helped move this amazing technology to the forefront. It is Brian’s goal to give a fair and balanced interpretation of the industry as told by the people that are creating it. 3D Printing Revolution explores the story of how additive manufacturing and the tools that make this technology possible are being developed today. There are many factors driving this revolution with a foundation built on the democratized distributive power of an Internet connected world. We are moving from a time of a heat, beat, treat mentality of manufacturing to one of growing things layer by layer thereby mimicking the successful biological processes that occur in the natural world around us. The film is meant to inform and inspire the viewer to participate in this new era of innovation. For more information about the film you can visit the film's website.
  • brianfederal Brian Federal Filmmaker and Entrepreneur
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April 3 11:00 am - 11:45 am Inspiring the Next Generation of Space Explorers by Using Augmented Reality, 3D Printing, and 3D Scanning The pace of innovation is accelerating and driving an insatiable demand for increased exploration across the solar system and beyond. In this talk, Gabriel Rangel, Associate CTO, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will give us a glimpse into the future of space exploration and show real world examples and lessons learned from early-stage technologies, whether they be three-dimensional printing, robotics, augmented reality, visual thinking or new user interfaces. He’ll also discuss how NASA JPL is heavily interested in using desktop three-dimensional printing to print out tools and working parts and how the technology might someday even be used to print out an actual spacecraft.
  • gabrielrangel Gabriel Rangel Associate CTO,
    NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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April 3 11:00 am - 11:45 am Lessons Learned: 3D Printers in the Classroom Rapid prototyping is all the rage in the media but how do we actually go about bringing 3D printers into the classroom? Join us for a compelling discussion as our panel of real-world practitioners and industry experts discuss the benefits of 3D printing in education. Can 3D printing really take learning to new heights? How can we leverage 3D Printers to capture the imagination of students and ignite STEM education? More than just providing lifelike prototypes for testing ideas and theories in real space, 3D Printing has the potential to stimulate creative thinking and expose students to a variety of emerging technologies that they’ll encounter in their future careers. Attendees will walk away from this highly interactive session with a new appreciation for how 3D Printing can empower teachers and give students a jump-start on tomorrow’s challenges. Topics to be covered include:
  • 1. How each panelist came to discover 3D printing
  • 2. Their funding process (grants, contributions, tech budget)
  • 3. How they have integrated 3D printing into their curriculum
  • 4. How the integration has affected their students
  • 5. How the integration has affected parent involvement
  • 6. Future plans for expansion
  • haythamelhawary Haytham Elhawary Director,
    Zahn Innovation Center
  • tommeeks Tom Meeks Training Director,
    YouthQuest Foundation, Inc.
  • josephscott Joseph Scott Vice President,
    Scott & Associates
  • laurataalman Laura Taalman Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
    James Madison University
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April 3 11:45 am - 12:30 pm The Next Frontier in 3D Printing Interest and excitement surrounding additive manufacturing and 3D printing—terms that are used interchangeably—are at an all time high. Countless corporations, government agencies, and investors are hard at work trying to predict where it is headed. Some believe it could become the next Big Thing as new markets develop and the technology matures.
  • Terry Wohlers Terry Wohlers Principal Consultant and President,
    Wohlers Associates, Inc.
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April 3 11:45 am - 12:30 pm Educating Makers: The First Step to Revolutionary Change Maker Education inspires the acquisition of relevant skills, collaborative learning strategies, and technical confidence. This powerful learning approach, encouraged by educational theorists, will create superior learners and ultimately a globally competitive army of innovators. The rise of consumer-focused 3D printers has strongly promoted Maker Education in the classroom, but it will take more than shiny new technology for true world domination. The power of Maker Education can only be unlocked by constructivist educators and technical experts working together to inspire authentic learning. Keeping students engaged and curious, this combination of expert educators, technical knowledge, and powerful tools reinforces deeper learning, natural strengths, and collaborative strategies. The skills and insights created by Maker Education will inspire learners to rise to the top and compete for world domination. We encourage both private and enterprise-level participation in this movement to impact learners sooner and in more meaningful, constructive ways. Join us for an enlightening session and learn how you can help to shape the future of education and change the world!
  • stevekurti Steve Kurti Chief Executive Maker,
    Table Top Inventing
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April 3 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch Break and Exhibit Hall is Open
April 3 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm Afternoon Keynote: A 3D-View of Manufacturing: How Factory Floors, Tools, Skills and Product Design are Changing Description coming soon.
  • christinefurstoss Christine Furstoss Technical Director of Manufacturing & Materials Technologies,
    GE Global Research
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April 3 2:15 pm - 2:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Hall
April 3 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Digital Supply Chain Ecosystem Businesses are interested in using 3D Printing for mass customization and co-creation of products, gaining value from iterative prototyping, and on-demand printing. This session will discuss the digital supply chain of products and the opportunity to source products efficiently through an ecosystem.
  • sunnywebb Sunny Webb Manager,
    Accenture Technology Labs, Silicon Valley
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April 3 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Printing to the Nth Dimension The world of design has been dominated since the Industrial Revolution by the rigors of manufacturing and mass production. Assembly lines have dictated a world made of parts framing the imagination of designers and builders who have been taught to think about their design objects and systems in terms of assemblies of discrete parts with distinct functions. My group is developing new approaches to digital design and fabrication that allow us to create functional “part-less” products through printing with high spatial control and the use of multifunctional materials. In our design, function is distributed as opposed to being localized thus enabling a higher degree of function. Operating at the intersection of design, computation, biology and materials science, I will present our most recent work, research and vision for the future of design through additive manufacturing.
  • nerioxman Neri Oxman Sony Corporation Career Development Professor and Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences,
    MIT Media Lab
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April 3 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm The Big Picture on 3D Printing:  A VC Perspective 3D printing is often hailed as “the next industrial revolution” – but why is a 20-year old technology sector suddenly attracting the attention of venture capitalists and industry giants alike? What can be learned from the past, and what can be expected in the future? Zack is a venture capitalist with Lux Capital and led the firm’s investment in Shapeways – the world’s largest 3D printing marketplace - as well as a soon-to-be-disclosed startup leveraging 3D printing in an entirely new way. In his talk, Zack will give a comprehensive overview of the critical technology and market trends that are shaping the current landscape of 3D printing and share what areas to watch in the years ahead.
  • zackschildhorn Zack Schildhorn Vice President and Director of Operations,
    Lux Capital
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April 3 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm The Evolution of the 3D Printing Service Provider and Why Materials are the Fuel of 3D Printing A discussion of the evolution from small service providers with a few printers and limited resources to today’s major 3D printing companies employing hundreds with substantial infrastructure and multi-million dollar capital budgets, and how Materials continue to change the landscape of 3D printing.
  • greggalvin Greg Galvin Partner and Chief Technology Officer,
  • seanwhittaker Sean Whittaker President, CEO, and Founder,
    Incodema Group of Companies
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April 3 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Hall
April 3 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm How Professional Investors are Playing the 3D Printing Boom 3D printing is a disruptive technology that will change how and where everything is made in the 21st century – and the global race for leadership is on. In this highly informative and revealing discussion, veteran VCs, institutional investors and incubators will share insider views on the rapid changes in this dynamic industry. Where are professional investors placing their public & private bets? What types of startups are VCs looking to fund? What investments should be avoided and why? Whether you are an entrepreneur raising seed capital or a seasoned investor, you can’t afford to miss this session!
  • tracyalbert Tracy Albert Managing Director
    Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC
  • garyanderson Gary Anderson Publisher
  • davidhonig David Honig Founder
    Vision Ventures
  • lenwanger Len Wanger Portfolio Manager and Technology Analyst,
    William Harris Investors, Inc.
  • Terry Wohlers Terry Wohlers Principal Consultant and President,
    Wohlers Associates, Inc. (moderator)
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April 3 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm Adobe: Bringing 3D Printing to Creatives With the emergence of a mainstream consumer market for 3D printing, the real opportunity is content – beautiful, compelling, print-ready content that’s high-quality, full color and personalizable. However, there remains a gap between the content produced by 3D modeling tools and what 3D printers need to do to deliver high quality results. Now, with Adobe Photoshop CC, creatives can use a tool they’re familiar with to easily and reliably refine, preview, prepare and print 3D designs. Then, with a simple click of ‘Print’, they can take their 3D designs to the physical world. In this session, see how Adobe is bringing 3D printing to the creative mainstream.
  • paultrani Paul Trani Sr. Worldwide Creative Cloud Evangelist,
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April 3 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Startup Competition 3D printing will shape and transform tomorrow’s commercial landscape. The challenge lies in predicting what these future marketplaces will look like. In this session, startups and emerging businesses in the 3D printing ecosystem give Lightening Talks on their business strategies, their customers, their challenges, and the opportunities that lie ahead. Each selected startup will have the opportunity to speak for five minutes and pitch their 3DP business venture idea to the panel of investors, moderated by Tyler Benster. Startups will provide a crisp and compelling snapshot detailing their vision, strategies, and how they plan to carve out a profitable foothold in an emerging commercial ecosystem. Selected participants include:
  • 3Discovered: Peer Munck
  • 3D United Corporation: Michael Weaver
  • 3D Hubs: Bram de Zwart
  • Feetz: Lucy Beard
  • iSenCore: Zouya Zarei
  • tylerbenster Tyler Benster Policy Advocate, Consultant, Entrepreneur and Speaker
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April 3 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm 3D Printing, Past and Future The first 3D printers were put into service in the late 1980s, long before 3D printing entered popular culture. To gain some perspective, we’ll review the history of 3D printing technologies and companies. We’ll also ask what is likely and what is possible going forward, and consider some of 3D Printing’s grand challenges.
  • adamcohen Adam Cohen Principal Consultant and CEO, Additive Insight LLC
    Clinical Associate Professor, SMU
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April 3 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Networking Reception Sponsored by 3D Systems in Exhibit Hall.
  • 3dsystems
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April 4 8:15 am Registration Opens
April 4 9:00 am - 9:45 am Morning Keynote: The Future of Manufacturing: 3D Printing and Beyond Description coming soon.
  • carlbass Carl Bass President and CEO,
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April 4 9:45 am - 10:15 am Morning Break and Exhibit Hall Opens
April 4 10:15 am - 11:00 am Regenerative Medicine: New Approaches to Healthcare Patients with diseased or injured organs may be treated with transplanted organs. There is a severe shortage of donor organs which is worsening yearly due to the aging population. Regenerative medicine and tissue engineering apply the principles of cell transplantation, material sciences, and bioengineering to construct biological substitutes that may restore and maintain normal function in diseased and injured tissues. Stem cells may offer a potentially limitless source of cells for tissue engineering applications and are opening new options for therapy. Recent advances that have occurred in regenerative medicine will be reviewed and applications of these new technologies that may offer novel therapies for patients with end-stage tissue and organ failure will be described.
  • anthonyatala Dr. Anthony Atala Director
    Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
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April 4 10:15 am - 11:00 am New Design Paradigms for Additive Manufacturing Additive manufacturing has ushered in new ways of building highly complex parts. In this talk, we will discuss new ways of designing and analyzing such parts, and provide an overview of relevant technologies, such as topology optimization and high-performance computing.
  • krishnansuresh Dr. Krishnan Suresh Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
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April 4 11:00 am - 11:45 am Virtual Surgical Planning in Craniofacial Surgery The application of computer assisted design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) in medicine is evolving. This talk serves to highlight the use of this technology in the developing field of craniofacial surgery. Representative clinical cases, including the most extensive facial transplantation to date, will be shown to demonstrate the benefits of CAD/CAM in virtual surgical preoperative planning to facilitate surgery.
  • amirdorafshar Dr. Amir Dorafshar Co-Director of the Facial Transplantation Program,
    Johns Hopkins University Virtual Surgical Planning in Craniofacial Surgery
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April 4 11:00 am - 11:45 am How 3D Printing Has Already Changed Toy Design, is Currently Reinventing Everything, and the Amazing Future Ahead Hear how 3D printing has already changed the toy industry, how it is currently changing, and the amazing future ahead. See how the corporate overseas manufacturing model vs. the “American Made (in my garage)” culture is evolving through fun toy examples. Find out how 3D prototyping has changed and accelerated Mark’s private inventing business on every level. He will also discuss how there has never been a more exciting time to be an inventor/designer/artist, because 3D printing allows inventors to maximize their talents to create anything they can dream up, and make a living doing it—even disrupt corporate sales. Plus insights into our awesome future and why America is uniquely qualified to embrace it.
  • marktrageser Mark Trageser President and Founder,
    Kram-Co. Inc.
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April 4 11:45 am - 12:30 pm Driving Mainstream Industrial Adoption of Direct Part Printing Description coming soon.
  • danielcohen Daniel Cohen Engagement Manager,
    McKinsey & Company
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April 4 11:45 am - 12:30 pm The Hardware Renaissance and How Anyone Can Get a Product Concept Manufactured There is a hardware renaissance underway and the Internet is the key driver. For most hardware companies it still takes at least 5 years from the idea to actual product on the store shelf. But there is a new type of hardware company coming out and building products two-to-three times faster. Today virtually anyone can get a product concept manufactured thanks to crowdsourcing, crowdfunding and the changing tide towards embracing “Open Engineering”. Barriers to entry are breaking down and taking advantage of web¬-based communities, knowledge and tools to accelerate the design and manufacturing processes is easier than ever.
  • hardimeybaum Hardi Meybaum CEO
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April 4 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch Break and Exhibit Hall is Open
April 4 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm Afternoon Keynote: Print Me an Airplane: Airbus’ Vision of 3D Printing Applications Description coming soon.
  • curtiscarson Curtis Carson Head of Systems Integration, Centre of Competence Manufacturing Engineering,
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April 4 2:15 pm - 2:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Hall
April 4 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm 3D Printing and the Future (or Demise) of Intellectual Property This presentation explores the intersection -- and some would say the head-on collision -- between 3D printing and intellectual property. Illustrating this high level and entertaining presentation with examples of advances in 3D printing and materials, John Hornick explores the implications for intellectual property and the world and addresses challenging questions, such as: How will the democratization of manufacturing affect IP? How can protection from infringement be balanced with the ability to innovate? Does IP stimulate or stifle innovation in the 3DP space? Is the existing IP regime up to the task, or is IP fundamentally in conflict with a 3D printed world? Who will win the tug of war between IP and open innovation? Will IP survive, or are we headed for a worldwide open technology community?
  • johnhornick John Hornick Partner
    Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, L.L.P.
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April 4 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Dinner is Printed A.J. Jacobs, working with the team from Cornell University, created the first fully 3D-printed dinner. The forks, the knives, the plates, the candlesticks – and, of course, the pizza and dessert – all were printed on a variety of devices. The dinner – which Jacobs wrote about or The New York Times – was co-created by Professor Hod Lipson, Jeff Lipton and their team.
  • ajjacobs AJ Jacobs Author
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April 4 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm The Shot Heard Around the World – The Story of the World’s First 3D Printed Gun Hear real world application stories where 3D printing is being put to work, including the story of engineers looking for a way to prove out the viability of 3D printed metals and producing a 1911 Pistol – the world’s first 3D printed metal gun. From aerospace to armaments, this diverse tour of 3D printing technologies through the eyes of a professional service bureau will give you a view of what 3D printing can do at an industrial scale.
  • scottmcgowan Scott McGowan Vice President of Marketing
    Solid Concepts Inc.
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April 4 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm Using 3D Printing to Eat Healthier Too many people have abandoned food made at home with fresh ingredients in favor of pre-made processed food with lots of preservatives and additives. Now, 3D printing technology allows us to recover healthy habits by making homemade food preparation healthy, easier, and fun!
  • lynettekucsma Lynette Kucsma CMO & Co-Founder,
    Natural Machines
  • emiliosepulveda Emilio Sepulveda CEO
    Natural Machines
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April 4 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Closing Keynote: 21st Century Robot What would it really be like to live with robots? What if building and programming a robot was as easy assembling a desk or downloading an app? Join world-renowned futurist Brian David Johnson and discover the world of 21st Century Robot. These open-source, 3D printed robots are not only changing how the world designs, builds and programs bots but they are changing how we imagine our future we will live in.
  • curtiscarson Brian David Johnson Futurist
    Intel Corporation
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April 4 4:30 pm - 4:45 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Hall
April 4 4:45 pm - 5:30 pm Pandora’s Box and Advanced Manufacturing: Opening the Lid, Carefully Major technological breakthroughs in the fields of advanced/additive manufacturing and digital materials offer numerous opportunities for both positive and nefarious uses. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss and present some of the ACTUAL risks associated with AAM, and provide a strategy on how to reduce/mitigate potential nefarious uses while NOT impeding progress.
  • michaelhopmeier Michael Hopmeier President
    Unconventional Concepts, Inc.
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April 4 4:45 pm - 5:30 pm 3D Printing of Functional Materials The ability to pattern functional materials in planar and three-dimensional forms is of critical importance for several emerging applications. 3D printing enables one to rapidly design and fabricate materials in arbitrary shapes without the need for expensive tooling, dies, or lithographic masks. In this talk, I will describe how we have created multiple functional inks and demonstrated their use in 3D printing of electronics, sensors, batteries, and vascularized tissues.
  • jenniferlewis Jennifer Lewis Hansjörg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering,
    School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University
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April 4 5:30 pm - 6:15 pm The New Craftsmen: 3D Printing Luxury Fashion This talk will focus on the use of 3D-printing for the luxury fashion industry. We will explore not only shifts in design methodology but also the evolving role and capabilities of the craftsmen relative to the production of luxury goods.
  • francisbitonti Francis Bitonti Founder & Director
    Francis Bitonti Studio
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April 4 5:30 pm - 6:15 pm A Microsoft Perspective on 3D Printing The rate of adoption of 3D printing has been accelerating fast in the last few years. As we all know, there are still many challenges facing mass adoption of 3D printing by casual users. As it happens, many of those challenges are some of the very same challenges faced by technologies that have gone before. In the last 35+ years, Microsoft has experienced first-hand the maturation of many different technologies. This session will look at some of those lessons from history but will also look at some current innovations, as well as looking forward to where things are headed for 3D printing in the future.
  • jessemcgatha Jesse McGatha Senior Program Manager,
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