If I Cut Off My Arm, I Will 3D Print A New One
Mike Moceri, Founder & CEO of Manulith / MakerOS
Mike was a student when he watched a timelapse video of a printer making a bust of Beethoven and he was floored. Since that moment he knew he wanted to be in that industry and today we talk about the waves he has been making with his company Manulith and their product MakerOS.
Early on, mike realized when building out a software system to help run manulith that it would benefit other 3d printing companies as well as companies that focus on design, fabrication or companies doing other kinds of custom work for their clients. Before MakerOS, makers would have to manage a host of different tools, some very expensive and still not get the same result as what they are achieving today.
September 1st 2016
Season 2 Episode 8
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