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Wednesday, October 10 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
3D Printing: the future of retail and manufacturing? FILLING

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3D printing has created opportunity in lower cost to entry for makers, on-demand manufacturing, individualized offerings and rapid prototyping, so why isn't it used more often or more accesible? Come learn from local experts the history, the opportunities, and the challenges of 3D printing while we explore is 3D printing the future of retail and manufacturing.

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Dustin Horn

Industrial Designer, Artefact
As an industrial designer, Dustin Horn is enamored with elegant technology and simple solutions with refined function. Dustin pulls from a varied background of problem-solving, having worked in product development fields ranging from ergonomic aircraft cabins to the newest virtual... Read More →
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Cary Kaczowka

Engineer, Boeing
Cary Kaczowka is a materials & fabrication engineer in Boeing Commercial Airplanes Product Strategy & Future Airplane Development team with a focus on polymer additive manufacturing. She connects people, executes technical projects, and brings technologies into reality. Originally... Read More →
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Sarah O'Sell

Community Ambassador Seattle, Women in 3D Printing
With a cross-industry background in clean tech, fashion home, specialty food, and startups, most recently in robotics, Sarah is passionate about 3D printing and inclusive innovation for the Circular Economy. She envisions a future of distributed custom-production-on-demand centers... Read More →

Wednesday October 10, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Galvanize - Rooftop Room