Proud to be part of the maker movement, Tatiana Reinhard is a jack-at-all-trades:
Project Manager and Fabmanager at le FabShop in France, she also provides professional training to businesses going into 3D printing. Co-author of “Design for 3D printing”, translated and distributed overseas by Make, she herself described as a “designerd”. Now prototypist at Rythm, she used her experience to develop the Dreem product, a connected headband improving sleep.
Nora Toure: Tatiana, could you let us know about your background and what brought you into 3D printing in the first place?
Tatiana Reinhard: Surprisingly, at the very beginning, I was a graphic designer. I completed my skills by studying 3D (rather oriented VFX): the handywoman I am used to dreaming of this new 3D technology so I followed the news in France.
When I graduated, I discovered a start-up, leFabShop, who was looking for a 5th person to join the team. I tried my luck and the adventure finally lasted more than 3 years, discovering in self-taught the universe of the Makers!
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