Podcast Roundup: Xometry on 3DPOD, Composites Weekly, and Global Medical Device

Director of Application Engineering, Greg Paulsen, was featured this past month on three industry podcasts. Greg joins podcast hosts to dive deep into 3D printing trends in 2020, Carbon DLS, the Xometry platform model for revitalizing American manufacturing, and product development for medical devices.

By Serena Ngoh · October 29, 2019

Director of Application Engineering Greg Paulsen, also known as Xometry Greg, was the featured guest on various podcasts in the month of October. Check him out in these podcasts to learn about a range of topics across digital manufacturing:

3DPOD Ep. 16: 3D Printing Trends for 2020 with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen

In July, Xometry Director of Application Engineering featured Greg Paulsen on 3DPOD’s episode 11. This week, Greg rejoins 3DPOD of 3Dprint.com to discuss his recent insights on 3D Printing Trends for 2020. 3Dprint.com’s Joris Peels and 3Doodler’s Max Bogue join Greg to discuss the future of additive manufacturing and its improvements across process control software, material selection, isotropic property-producing technologies, and the hybridization of technologies. Listen to 3DPOD Ep. 16 now.

Composites Weekly: Revitalizing American Manufacturing by Providing Better Ways to Source Custom Parts

Greg Paulsen joined Composites Weekly’s Jonathan Taylor to discuss Xometry and how its newest 3D printing offering, Carbon Digital Light Synthesis (Carbon DLS™), is bridging the gap between cosmetic and highly functional 3D printing. Greg also discusses Xometry’s role in bringing jobs to manufacturers for CNC machining services, sheet metal fabrication, injection molding, and 3D printing services. Listen to the podcast episode of Composites Weekly now.

Global Medical Device Podcast, Ep. 120: Leveraging Technology and Rapid Prototyping Methodologies During Product Development

In Global Medical Device Podcast, Greg discussed prototyping medical devices with Jon Speer, founder of Greenlight Guru. They highlight challenges when sourcing medical device projects, particularly choosing the best materials for different project phases. 3D printing applications for medical devices can be powerful for rapid iteration, project validation, and preliminary approvals. However, for applications that require more stringent guidelines, it may be best to advance a medical device project with CNC machining or injection molding. Listen to Global Medical Device Podcast now.

Listen to Xometry Greg in our past podcast roundups too:

  • Podcast Roundup 1: Xometry Greg on 3Dprint.com, Unprofessional Engineering, MacroFab
  • Podcast Roundup 2: The Engineering Entrepreneur, Destiny of Manufacturing, Manufacturing Tomorrow, and Make it Right

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