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Interview: CEO John Dogru discusses 3DPrinterOS’ user base, 3D print farms and the ‘stigma’ around desktop machines

Interview: CEO John Dogru discusses 3DPrinterOS' user base, 3D print farms and the 'stigma' around desktop machines

Written by David

May 13, 2020

A boy sits, after a visit to Radio Shack and harnessing his inherited penchant for engineering, with infrared diodes and resistors, making by hand his own laser tag gun.

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Some years later, he is still gathering componentry to build things; this time his own personal computer using the CP/M operating system.

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And then more than a decade after that, by this time living in Estonia working at a voice recognition company he helped to build, John Dogru comes across an early MakerBot 3D printer, the kind of desktop machine many hobbyists were self-assembling at home 20 years after the larger frame systems had first been commercialised.

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A trend that paralleled with computing, he noticed; and a stigma attached he would come to know and is now trying to break down. As the CEO of cloud management software vendor 3DPrinterOS talks to TCT, he remarks: “people say ‘it’s just a […]

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