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Tate rights a wrong, and jumps into a discussion about an important topic, "When will 3D printing move past pet projects?" With major automotive OEM using 3D printing in production vehicles now, are we there yet?Tyler advertises an event that has already happened (good job)על ידי goadditive
 
Will a 3D printing startup 10x their employee count between now and 2025? Tate and Tyler continue a discussion around the economy and how 3D printing companies may navigate changing tides. Implicit modeling, 3D printed ears, a crazy old rocket man, and an AI-like rapper round out the discussion.על ידי goadditive
 
Will 3D printing displace millions of jobs? Or will Industry 4.0 have a positive lasting impact on the average worker? Following a discussion about 3DP startup valuations, interest rates, and market behaviors, Tate and Tyler dive into a heated debate over the future of automation and the workforce.על ידי goadditive
 
A classic episode - the guys riff on a wide variety of topics, some of which are even 3D printing related. Clear 3D printing material, powder bed fusion competitors, supply chain woes, show & tell, and ongoing projects. A little bit of everything for all the printheads out there!על ידי goadditive
 
This episode has a "back to school" vibe. The guys recap their field trip to Silicon Valley, including a visit to Autodesk Pier 9, an autonomous car manufacturer, and a mystery EV manufacturer. Tyler reviews some compelling research into minimizing anisotropic FDM properties, and Tate schools him on the meaning of a word that literally nobody uses …
 
The podcast continues to break barriers, this time by hosting the first (planned) guest: Richard Cromwell. Notably, Richard attended AMUG 2022 and lived to tell a tale the guys have been dying to hear. Tyler has another run in with the law, and Tate gets his ASMR fix.Let us know what you think! And check us out on Youtube…
 
This episode IS NOT about printing 10,000x faster, no matter how many listens that would bring in. Instead we talk about CAD Hero Jesse James, the reality of 3D printing firearm components, and (eventually) dive into a discussion about when you might value quality above other attributes.Read an article by Tyler and see his famous floating-beach awa…
 
Today's topic was inspired by a question from the audience - why hasn't multiaxis/non-planar/conformal 3D printing taken off? We share our thoughts on the subject, along with the normal banter and an extra dose of brain freeze. Happy 2022 - send us pod fuel! treid@goengineer.com and tbrown@goengineer.com…
 
"3D printing journalism is simply advertising" True or false? The guys discuss what it is like to wade through 3D printing news, the integrity of industry reporting, and it's effect on the public perception of additive manufacturing. This riveting topic is followed by another - monetary inflation and the possible implications for the future of 3D p…
 
Computers are hard, and talking into them is harder! But this week we try to get back on track by talking about our brush with Wall Street, the awesome experience of handsculpting with paper mache clay, and other topics tangentially-related to 3D printing! Thanks for tuning in! If you hear a news story you'd like us to cover, send it to tbrown@goen…
 
We did it - we had a guest! Meet Andrew, our honorary first caller during our live test of a new social podcasting app called Callin. We had so much fun doing this episode, and we can't wait to talk to more of you. Join us over at Callin if you are on iOS (Android coming soon!)Tate attended one of the biggest 3DP trade shows last week, RAPID + TCT.…
 
Who's to blame for a 3D print-related disaster in the Olympics? And what's the implication for additive manufacturing's reputation?Also, Desktop Metal grows (again) and we dive deeper into the hobby vs. professional printer debate. Have a story about a failed 3D print? Share it with us at tbrown@goengineer.com or treid@goengineer.com. Thanks for li…
 
If Design for Additive Manufacturing is so important, why can't you find a comprehensive course on it? Tate and Tyler discuss their challenges with creating a comprehensive DFAM curriculum, and perhaps why one might never exist at all. Tate unveils a new segment and "reveals" a YouTube creator that literally everybody in the world already knows. Re…
 
Should I print this? Can I print this? We hear this question all the time, and want to discuss how we approach answering. We outline 6 key areas to focus your attention to when trying to understand if additive is the right way to make your parts.If you enjoy the show, let us know by rating and subscribing!…
 
Boom Supersonic, Daimler, (Not) MyCello and more! Tate and Tyler chat about the 3D printing news stories that caught their attention this week. Tate shares a story about working with Tyler outside the office and it isn't pretty. Thanks for sending news stories into us! Keep them coming - tbrown@goengineer.com and treid@goengineer.com…
 
In this episode the guys chat briefly about rhino horns and the philosophy of "value" before Tate jumps into a "totally not a sales pitch" sales pitch about Stratasys' new DLP system.Let us know what you think of the show, and suggest topics! tbrown@goengineer.com and treid@goengineer.comעל ידי goadditive
 
Fresh out of AMUG, Tate and Tyler talk about technologies they're looking forward to in 2021. 3D printing "wood" with Forust, DLP technologies, polymer and metal powder bed fusion, and more. Tyler is searching for candidate projects to print on the VELO3D Sapphire system! Reach out to treid@goengineer.com if you think you might have a good fit. As …
 
Tate and Tyler squeeze a show in during their visit to AMUG 2021. The Additive Manufacturing User Group conference is famous in the industry for being the first and only show dedicated to professional 3D printing users. This episode was recording near the end of Day 3, on the expo floor. Please let us know how you feel about the show! Contact us at…
 
Additively manufactured salmon-tasting pink paste! What is 3D printed food, why does it exist, and would you eat it are all questions Tate and Tyler share their answers to. The discussion leads into an important topic to 3D printing: sustainability. Share your thoughts with us at tbrown@goengineer.com or treid@goengineer.com…
 
Alcoholic monkeys, furry space pioneers, and saying "no" to Elon Musk! Fun conversation before jumping into the topic at-hand:How do you REALLY evaluate a printer for purchase? Tate and Tyler talk about how to effectively read a spec sheet, watch out for misleading information, and revealing questions that will lead to a better understanding of wha…
 
3D printed houses are in the news again - are they here to stay? Tate plans pranks with 3D printed pizza (link below) and the team discusses various ideas around Kickstarter.3D Printed PizzaThanks for listening! Rate, subscribe, and send us feedback at tbrown@goengineer.com or treid@goengineer.comעל ידי goadditive
 
A two-halves-in-one episode extravaganza (or is it H-A-F?). Tyler's voice is gone but Tate brings enough energy for both of us in this episode where we discuss the latest technology announcement from Stratasys. Tell us what you're printing for April Fool's Day! tbrown@goengineer.com and treid@goengineer.com…
 
There is some disagreement amongst us! What role will additive manufacturing play in machine shops? Where are the opportunities in 3DP for trained machinists? Who will lead the charge in transitioning from CNC designs to AM designs? Tate and Tyler spar it out in this episode. If you're interested in extracurricular 3DP talk, check out the upcoming …
 
The investment world is enamored with 3D printing, and in this episode Tate and Tyler discuss some of the latest news in the additive industry - mergers, acquisitions, SPACS, and more. Tate gives https://microclimate.com/ some love.Thanks for listening! Share the show, rate, and consider subscribing! Btw, we love Canada!…
 
Are filament-based metal additive technologies too good to be true? What's happening behind closed doors when you send parts to be sintered? Tate and Tyler share what they know about these "easy as plastic" metal additive options. NNDM news, a guest appearance from a Portuguese 3D printing legend, and (finally) a semi-professional intro... Episode …
 
Tate and Tyler are talking about carbon fiber's intersection with 3D printing. Materials, technologies, conventional CF layup, and more. After listening, you'll finally have an hour-long answer to the question, "Do you print in carbon fiber?"Please consider subscribing, even if you're in Canada. Contact tbrown@goengineer.com and treid@goengineer.co…
 
Fresh off the discussion of "professional" 3D printing, Tate and Tyler discuss the variety of careers available in the 3D printing industry. From Application Engineers to Material Scientists, there is a wide array routes toward a fulfilling career in additive. What are the skillsets needed? Education required? How do you find opportunities? Let's t…
 
Are you a professional? Or a hobbyist? This is a classic juxtaposition in the 3D printing world, and everybody seems to have their own perspective on the definition of each. Tate and Tyler compare and contrast their interpretations, and find themselves in a discussion about setting expectations, delivering value, and focusing your own personal goal…
 
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