Posts in category: ‘Engineer Spotlight’

6 Million Member Series: Tommy Mueller

We are so excited to be celebrating our 6 million member milestone. As a result, we wanted to feature some of our most engaging and passionate members. To start, we are recognizing Tommy Mueller.

Essentially, I ride that blurred edge between 3D art and 3D engineering.” -- Tommy Mueller

Tommy has been a member since June 2012! Over the years, Tommy has uploaded two-hundred models, generated close to 600 followers and just under five-thousand likes! But that’s not why we’re celebrating Tommy. We’re recognizing Tommy for having the most badges in the Community:
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6 Million Member Series: Juarez Felipe Jr

To celebrate our 6 million member milestone, we want to feature some of our most engaging and passionate members. For our second edition, we are recognizing Juarez Felipe Jr.

Juarez has been a member since September 2011! Over the years, Juarez has uploaded over a thousand models, eight tutorials, and generated over thirty-seven thousand Likes.

But that’s not why we’re celebrating Juarez. We’re recognizing Juarez for having the most followers in the Community, reaching over nine thousand followers!
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Choosing a Chinese Manufacturer for Your New Hardware Product

At some point in the journey to creating and selling a new hardware product, your product crosses that magical, albeit challenging, step into ready-for-manufacturing.

These days, many of the potential factories to choose from are in China. There are compelling reasons to consider selecting one of these, but there are also many important things to know and do to ensure a smooth process and a successful result. And you certainly don’t want to end up losing money, or even losing control over your product's IP (intellectual property).

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Exploration and Innovation: The Rise of Women in the 3D Printing Industry

The 3D printing industry is in a state of constant flux and development. With the market set to expand by 17.5% over the next seven years, the career opportunities for both men and women are broad and far reaching. However, for years the tech field at large has been mostly dominated by men. Indeed, with only 13% of the 3D printing workforce being female, it’s clear we still have some way to go. But, we are getting there.

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