If you missed The Realities of 3D Printing, our March 30 special event here at BuiltWorlds, you actually missed a lot. In fact, you missed the future of BuiltWorlds, and by that I mean the dawn of “live streaming” our thought-provoking shows on compelling issues pushing this industry and your business and this industry further and faster than many of us ever thought possible.
That new “live streaming” era for us (and you) continues now with the BuiltWorlds CEO Tech Forum 2016, which continues to unfold, captivate, and engage even as I type this.
But the true beauty of this is that you didn’t really miss out on these presentations. Just as the #BWCTF16 presentations and discussions will soon be available here on our website, so too now is that extraordinarily well-received 3D Printing program, available below in its entirety. So, sit back, relax, and let the future come to you…
- Hosted by BuiltWorlds’ Demetri Dongas, the night started with a presentation from a team of mechanical engineering students from Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering whom we had tasked with building their own 3D concrete printer. They ceded the stage to James Wolff, CEO of D-Shape Enterprises (which holds the first 3D- printed building permit in the U.S.); Dr. Behrok Khosnevis, founder of Contour Crafting and a professor at the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering (His firm won the Grand Prize in the 2014 NASA Tech Briefs Create the Future design contest; and SOM‘s Maged Guerguis, project lead on AMIE 1.0, the design firm’s novel 3D-printed renewable shelter & vehicle combo, created with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).