New York | June 2012
3D Systems CEO Abe Reichental talked about the opportunities around 3D printing at the inaugural DFM Summit last April.
New York | May 2012
At the first Design for Manufacturing Summit the industrial design panel, with Pamela Liou, Jessica Banks and Bill Washabaugh, was asked how traditional manufacturing could benefit from the latest digital design methods. A more integrated and lean approach may be the key to bringing manufacturing back.
New York | March 2012
MIT trained robotics engineer Jessica Banks produces kinetic furniture with RockPaperRobot. She is reluctant to call herself a manufacturer. 'A maker is more apt,' she says. If manufacturing has a bad connotation, 'there is usually a way to fix anything'.
New York | February 2012
Professor Michael Greenstein of the NYU Polytechnic Institute in Brooklyn talks about 'design for manufacturability' and the role of CAD (computer-aided design) systems in DFM and DFX. Does manufacturing offer opportunities to the digital generation?