This seat taken, November 2019: Paul and Sarah Goehrke with future son’s chair on Lake Erie [Image: Marybeth Anderson]
Operations are changing up for a little while at Fabbaloo.
As it turns out, I’m a bioprinter! One of the original, low-tech bioprinters, in fact.
In spring of this year, my husband Paul and I were delighted to share a press release of our own (by which I mean I was delighted and he was happy enough to let me put his name on it as well):
Our announcement ahead of this year’s RAPID + TCT
Project Goehrkin is now nearing final release — all of which is to say, plainly, that today is my last day in my office as tomorrow I officially start my maternity leave.
We’re looking forward to welcoming a baby boy in the next few weeks, and accordingly I’ll be taking off four months to focus on my family and health.
My planned maternity leave period is 25 October 2019 – 1 March 2020.
Fabbaloo will, of course, remain up and running and active during this time!
Fear not, we would never leave our community without access to in-depth news and analysis in 3D printing.
Casual readers may not notice any changeup in our operations at all over the next few months, and that’s what we’re hoping for, really. Our more involved community might notice some changeup in bylines as mine goes dark for a little while — and new names pop up.
We have a few wonderful contributors stepping in to keep our content rolling out, and those who have been keeping up with 3D printing news for some time will likely recognize a familiar name or two.
While my due date falls squarely during the week of Formnext, Kerry and Marney are looking forward to a week in Frankfurt keeping up with all things additive manufacturing. Our additional contributors will ensure that you too are able to keep up with the latest news coming out of this busy season in 3D printing.
Any news leads, interview requests, comments, or suggestions — especially anything you might normally send to me — can be directed right to [email protected].
I’ll look forward to jumping back into the thick of all things 3D printing come March, ready for a new season in Fabbaloo (and more than a little sleep deprived, I hear).