3D printing is now becoming widespread, but full color 3D printing is still a rare thing.
The 4th Dimension is a new series where we go behind the scenes with leaders in 3D printing to add a new dimension.
Linda Pouliot is a serial entrepreneur specializing in robotics, based in Silicon Valley.
Laurence is the founder of a fablab and “La Fab”, a 3D Printing service company.
As the Global Medical Business Development Manager of EOS North America, Laura Gilmour oversees more than 20 medical device OEMs and contract manufacturers using EOS technology around the world.
Greta is a multidisciplinary engineer born and raised in Italy.
Jennifer A. Prioleau is Division Counsel at HP Inc. for the 3D Printing business.
Chantelle Sims came to engineering late in life, enrolling in Portland Community College’s Civil/Mechanical Engineering Technology (CMET) program as a 43 year old.
Resha Agarwal is the Marketing Head at Imaginarium India Pvt Ltd.
As such, she is responsible for marketing initiatives of the company, catering to a vast array of industries ranging from jewelry, medical, automotive to education.
Nora Toure: Resha, could you let us know about your background and what brought you into 3D printing in the first place?
Resha Agarwal: This may sound very cheesy, but it was love and marriage that got me into 3D printing!
I was first introduced to 3D printing in 2009, by my then boyfriend (now husband), while he was pursuing his Masters in Rapid Product Development from De Montfort University, UK. We used to discuss his assignments, ongoing projects, and his internship. Back then, I had thought of 3D printing as something very interesting and something relevant only for engineers.
I come from a marketing and communication background. Having studied Consumer Psychology and Economics, my interest lies in exploring and comprehending ethnographic and individual shopping behavior. Hence, RP (rapid prototyping) or 3D printing was nothing but “engineering” for me.
Come 2012, we decided to get married and the first condition was to move in together. He was employed with Materialise in Malaysia while I was with TomTom (the GPS and navigation giant) in India. It was then that I thought of applying for a marketing position in Materialise Malaysia and here I am, six years down the line happily married and 3D printing!
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Irene Healey is a visual artist and Certified Clinical Anaplastologist
Learner, maker, innovator & 3D technology enthusiast, Kadine James is Hobs studio’s 3D Tech Lead. Combining 6+ years’ experience in 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality.
Priyanka Nadig is the Assistant Manager-Materials Engineering at Intech DMLS Pvt. Ltd, a Metal Additive Manufacturing company in Bangalore, India.
Laura Griffiths is the Deputy Group Editor at TCT Magazine, the magazine for design-to-manufacturing innovation.
Manual, thorough and passionate about the realization of objects, Lucie Pertuisel oriented herself towards engineering and industry work early on in order to perfect her craftsman skills.
Karen has studied biomaterials for almost 10 years during both her undergraduate career at MIT and graduate work at Stanford.
AON3D is a Montreal-based company manufacturing an incredible industrial 3D printer.
Create It REAL just received a significant investment.
Kristel Van den Bergh is a creative intrapreneur with a deep passion for people and technology.