IoT Podcast: Over the Air
Star Trek Replicators? How Additive Manufacturing is Changing the Industry
September 14, 2021
We’re a lot closer to having a bona fide Star Trek replicator than you might think. Sure, we’re not to the point where you can just press a button and a part — or maybe a steak and some Romulan ale — will materialize out of nowhere. However, additive manufacturing has finally matured to such a degree that 3D printing is feasible for manufacturing applications. Blake Teipel, Cofounder and CEO at Essentium, shares how additive manufacturing is bringing agility and adaptability to manufacturers and product developers. We discuss: - What additive manufacturing is - Building a team vs finding partners - Electromagnetic energy and electrically conductive plastics Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
We’re a lot closer to having a bona fide Star Trek replicator than you might think. 

Sure, we’re not to the point where you can just press a button and a part — or maybe a steak and some Romulan ale — will materialize out of nowhere. However, additive manufacturing has finally matured to such a degree that 3D printing is feasible for manufacturing applications.

Blake Teipel, Cofounder and CEO at Essentium, shares how additive manufacturing is bringing agility and adaptability to manufacturers and product developers.

We discuss:
- What additive manufacturing is
- Building a team vs finding partners
- Electromagnetic energy and electrically conductive plastics

Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts.
Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.

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