Join us in the Keynote tent for an in-depth discussion on how some of the most innovative companies are incorporating 3d Printing into their manufacturing process.
The Panelist include:
Jason Enos is the CEO and founder of Empire Group, a full-service product development company focused on enhancing the opportunity for product designers, engineers, and developers, to create break-through products, iterate to perfection, and accelerate their speed to market. Jason discovered the need for quick turn prototyping solutions early on in his career. He was one of the first service bureaus on the East Coast to adopt the use of additive manufacturing to deliver what is known today as Rapid Prototyping. Since the company’s inception in 1999, Enos has exponentially expanded its offerings to include industrial design and engineering, rapid manufacturing, graphic design, and CNC machining.
David Silverstein has been at iRobot for 9 years in different capacities, starting in Sales Operations, then moving to the Facilities Department, and finally ending up in the Mechanical Engineering Department where he has resided for over 5 years. David first worked in the ME department as a technician in the rapid prototype lab and is now the manager of the lab along with the machine shop.
Brent Ewald is an Application Engineer at HP 3D Printing and is focused on production applications in the automotive vertical. He is a technologist with experience in Energy and Automotive industries. HP Inc., through our portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions, engineers experiences that amaze. HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing technology is set to reinvent design and manufacturing, by unlocking the full potential of 3D printing.
Zac Holcomb is the President & Co-Founder of Additive America, which is an additive manufacturing startup with an expertise in the field of Orthotics and Prosthetics. Zac was an early-adopter of the HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and has been ahead of the curve with dynamic design concepts based in many different industries. With a history of designing for additive manufacturing in dynamic use-cases, Holcomb is always sharing his experiences with the masses via social media to enable the community to progress further, faster, and challenging all to think outside the mold!
Jeff Guida invented his first product in 1997 while obtaining his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia. He then shifted to the business world, working as a Management Consultant for McKinsey & Company, a Product Manager for QuinStreet, a start-up in Silicon Valley that completed a successful IPO, and finally as an Investment Analyst in both the Private Equity and Hedge Fund sectors for nearly a decade. In 2012, Jeff returned to his inventor roots, designing and launching his first bicycle product (BromFoot) that has now sold over 7,000 units in 40 countries. After this successful launch, Jeff dove headfirst into development of ShareRoller, the world’s only removable motor system for bikes, kickscooters, and bikeshare. After two successful crowdfunding campaigns, several investor capital rounds, and relentless non-stop innovation, ShareRoller has now been rechristened as OneMotor, and production kicked off this Summer. 3D-printing of course has been an absolutely critical piece of this multi-year development to production cycle.
3D Panel Customer Panel Join us for an in-depth discussion on how real life customers are incorporating 3D Printing into their manufacturing process. Current the panel discussion inlcudes iRobot and Empire Group with more to be announced in the near future. iRobot iRobot Corporation is an American advanced technology company founded in 1990 by three […]