The Formlabs User Conference

MIT Media Lab | June 6, 2017

The first Formlabs Fuse Conference will celebrate the community of people using our technology to change the way things are made and solve global problems. Join us to exchange best practices, hacks, and applications, share ideas within and across disciplines, hear expert advice from industry leaders and the Formlabs team, and get a sneak peak into future product plans.

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Speakers

Lyman Connor

Handsmith | GE

Zeb Wood

IUPUI

Jon Hirschtick

Onshape

Spencer Wright

nTopology

Robert Vignone

Polysculpture

Emily Glass

NuVu Studio

Jeremy Shaw

Somerville High

Mike Itagaki

embodi3D

Dr. Michael Scherer

American Board of Prosthodontics

Kat Ely

CLEAR Design Lab

Ed Tackett

University of Louisville

Tim Gornet

University of Louisville

Skylar Tibbits

MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab

Anish Ghodadra

UPMC

Natan Linder

Tulip & Formlabs

Ben Einstein

Bolt

Daniel Dempsey

New Balance

Dávid Lakatos

Formlabs

Max Lobovsky

Formlabs

Location

MIT Media Lab

75 Amherst St
Cambridge, MA 02139

Accommodations

Book your room at a special conference rate by Wednesday, May 11.

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Schedule

Throughout the day our speakers will come together in interactive, hour-long breakout sessions exploring the following topics:

  • Design for Manufacturing vs. Design for Additive Manufacturing: Limitations and Opportunities
  • Democratizing Digital Workflows
  • Choosing the Right Production Process
  • Problem Solving Across Industry Lines: Lessons for Interdisciplinary Collaboration
  • Educating the Workforce of Today and Tomorrow
  • Print Cells, Anywhere: Scaling Multi-Printer Operations
  • Formlabs Behind the Scenes
  • Mastering the Modern Creative Workflow
  • …and more!

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