Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More | Ep. 1–5

We've launched a new video interview series featuring the brightest minds in the world of engineering and creative people across industries.

By William Krueger · May 06, 2020

In this new video series, Host Aaron Lichtig, or “a Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! Champion” unveils cool engineering projects, trends in manufacturing, entrepreneurship, data science applications, and more. Watch the first 5 episodes below.



Ok Xoomer EP01 | Sarah Goehrke | 3D Printing Isn't Real Until It's Boring

Where is 3D printing going? Sarah Knows. In this first episode of Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More, Aaron Lichtig, a Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! champion, interviews Sarah Goehrke, owner of Additive Integrity and 3D printing thought leader, on 3D printing and the future of additive manufacturing.


Ok Xoomer EP02 | Evan Weinstein | Shaping the Future of Chocolate with 3D Printing

Turns out the future of 3D printing is pretty delicious. In this episode of Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More, Aaron Lichtig, a Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! champion, interviews Evan Weinstein, recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and owner/founder of Cocoa Press, on the future of chocolate 3D printing and why it's a great time to be a mechanical engineer.


Ok Xoomer EP03 | Jon Bostock | Your Supply Chain Needs a Good Cleaning

Take a leap. Then take a bigger one. In this episode of Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More,
Aaron Lichtig sits down with Jon Bostock, CEO and founder of Truman's, to uncover the secrets of new product development and why your supply chain is in need of a good cleaning.


Ok Xoomer EP04 | Matteo del Ninno | Turning the Lights on Horticulture

The future of horticulture is bright. Matteo del Ninno, CTO and founder of JumpLights, joins Aaron Lichtig on this episode of Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More to shed some light on why horticulture is the next big industry ripe for disruption.


Ok Xoomer EP05 | Katy Ayers | Mushroom Canoes and the Many Uses of Mycelia

Mushrooms are all the rage, being used for everything from packaging and furniture to bee hotels and...canoes? In this episode of Ok Xoomer: Zoom Chats with Creative Engineers and More, Aaron Lichtig, a Xometry guy and former Jeopardy! champion, chats with Katy Ayers, student at Central Community College, on the many uses of mycelia, her incredible mushroom canoe, and why you shouldn't be afraid to fail.


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