Taking form: The changing face of 3D printing

There was a time—not so long ago—when 3D printing struck many as a gimmick. A pursuit for hobbyists and artists. Something you could do. But not something you needed to do. Times, obviously, have changed. Now, 3D printing promise to revolutionize all manufacturing. Both large and small. Curious as to how? Luckily, there are some folks in Portland who want to tell you.

Join us on Thursday, October 13th in Portland for our discussion on 3D printing and what it means for the future of both manufacturing and development innovation. An esteemed panel of industry experts will share their thoughts on the evolution of 3D printing and what it means for developers.

Speakers include Mike Regan, HP Inc’s Section Manager, 3D Printing, Materials and Advanced Applications, Shashi Jain, Intel’s Corporate Innovation and IoT/3D Printing Manager, and Bob Taylor, HP Inc’s Senior Software Architect focused on web service development and deployment for 3D printing. The panel will be moderated by Chris Liddell, Senior Engineering Manager at Apex Clearing Corporation.

The event will be held this Thursday, October 13, 2016, at 5:00PM at CENTRL Office’s Pearl location Vacasa. Tickets are $15 for TAO members and $30 for nonmembers.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit The Evolution & Future of 3D Printing.

[Full disclosure: This is a TAO event. I am on the board of the TAO.]