Can David ever beat Goliath – The race to make affordable & acceptable consumer products using 3D Printing

is the keynote speach by Phil Reeves, Managing Director, Econolyst at the 3D printing Event

The full seminar program:
Keynote speach: Can David ever beat Goliath – The race to make affordable & acceptable consumer products using 3D Printing, Phil Reeves, Managing Director, Econolyst
Erik de Bruijn, co-founder, Ultimaker
The 4th dimension to 3D printing: legal challenges, Maurits Westerik, Bird & Bird

Session: New 3D Design tools can make life easier!
Crowd-sourcing and Open Engineering Uncovered, Lauri Poldre, Sales Director, GrabCAD
Made in the Future, 3D Printing & The Rise of Creative Commerce, Bart Veldhuizen, Community Manager, Shapeways

Session: Who will benefit from 3D printing: The Consumer, Retailer and/or Manufacturer?
Willy Wonka 2.0: a better chocolate factory, Natasha Carolan, PhD Researcher & Workshop Manager, Makielab & HighWire DTC
Charlotte Jansen, Program manager, Protospace

Session: Proud Moving Materials Workshop part I (in Corporation with the European Project Moving Materials)
Introduction on PROUD – codesigning Europe, Ingrid van der Wacht, Capital D
Introduction of the Moving Materials exhibition and ‘How can 3d printing, smart processing contribute to sustainable products?, Simone de Waart, Creative Director, Material Sense
How to change the world by 3D printing, Marleen Stikker, De Waag Society
Can 3D printing change attitudes?, Johanne Splat, Shapes in Play

Session 3D Printing offers new options for existing markets
Biomimicry shoe – a story of fashion and 3D printing, Marieke Ratsma, owner, Marieka Ratsma Design
3D Printing in education, Rick Companje
3D printing in regenerative medicine, Jetze Visser, PhD candidate, University Medical Center Utrecht

Session: 3D Printing: a blessing or curse for designers !?
Direct 3d printing, Joris van Tubergen, Product designer,  ProtoSpace | FabLab Utrecht, rooiejoris
The KamerMaker, Brian Peters, Architect, DUS Architects
What Will Designers Do when Everyone can be a Designer?, Matt Sinclair, Lecturer, Loughborough Design School/Creative Director, Matt Sinclair Design, Loughborough Design School

Session: Proud Moving Materials Workshop Part II (in Corporation with the European Project Moving Materials)
3D Systems and sustainability, Ilko Bosman, Freedom of Creation
How can old materials be turned into innovative designs, Jo Meesters
How the recycling factory turned Lowlands festival waste into products on the spot, Gaspard Bos & Jonas Martens, Better Future Factory
Why not print furniture and be sustainable?, Dirk van der Kooij, designer

Session: New 3D printing materials, what will they bring
3D printing and concrete, Frits Hoff, Fablab Zuid Limburg
Stone Spray Project, robot that turns soil into architecture, Petr Novikov, Anna Kulik, Inder Prakash Shergill, Co-founders, Stone Spray
Clare Cunningham, Faberdashery

If you want to attend the seminar go to registration page. Members of the LinkedIn group ‘3D printing at home‘ will get a discount.