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Podcast Roundup: Vol. 2, Aug. 2019 | Four Industry Podcasts

Director of Application Engineering, Greg Paulsen, was featured this past month on four industry podcasts: The Engineering Entrepreneur, Destiny of Manufacturing, Manufacturing Tomorrow, and Make it Right. He talks transparency, prototyping, mass production, and benefits to partners and customers.

Serena Ngoh - Xometry Contributor
By Serena Ngoh
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Director of Application Engineering Greg Paulsen, also known as Xometry Greg, was the featured guest on various podcasts in the month of August. Check him out in these podcasts:

The Engineering Entrepreneur, EP 71: Twelve Ways to Make a Prototype with Xometry

In the Engineering Entrepreneur's podcast, Greg shares tips on prototyping in each of Xometry's seven 3D printing processes as well as in urethane casting, CNC milling, CNC turning, injection molding, and sheet metal fabrication. He takes a deep dive into rapid prototyping design best practices in 3D printing, particularly with Direct Laser Metal Sintering (DMLS), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), and HP Multi Jet Fusion (HP MJF). Listen now.

Destiny of Manufacturing, EP 0219: Greg Paulsen, Xometry

In Destiny of Manufacturing's podcast, Greg talks about how Xometry can achieve "trust in manufacturing through transparency." Greg shares how Xometry AI-based model uses market-based data to provide instant lead times and prices, as well as how the on demand manufacturing platform is constantly innovating with by bringing new technology, new materials, and new partners to Xometry's manufacturing platform. Listen now.

Manufacturing Tomorrow, EP 67: Greg Paulsen, Xometry

In Manufacturing Tomorrow's podcast (also on Google Play), Greg discusses Xometry's manufacturing services, partner network, customization options, and how the company is changing the future of manufacturing as a service. Greg discusses case studies of the benefits of a network-based manufacturing platform to both customers and partners, such as infinite capacity saved customer projects from disruption from Hurricane Katrina while affected partners had time to recover. Listen now.

Serena Ngoh - Xometry Contributor
Serena Ngoh
I write about Xometry and all things manufacturing. You might also see me hosting webinars, designing infographics, producing videos, and working directly with customers to tell their manufacturing success stories. Reach out if you'd like to share yours!