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Interview with Hans Fouche on his African Large Scale Pellet 3D Printer the Cheetah

Written by David

November 8, 2019

Hans Fouche-Inventor and Founder at Fouche 3D Printing Hans Fouche is an Inventor and Engineer, who is fascinated with 3D Printing.

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In this interview, we discuss his invention, which is the Cheetah 3D printer and his outlook on the African 3D printing landscape.

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Can you give us your background in 3D printing and additive manufacturing?

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For me, it started way back in 1990 while working at Brabham F1 in the wind tunnel, developing models for testing. I started with Superglue layers and then Icing sugar, chocolate, and ABS plastic. More recently with Potters clay and Cement. Pottery and Clay 3D printed model

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You are an inventor and engineer. Can you explain the importance of these two skills in 3D printing and additive manufacturing?

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I always wanted to do “my own thing”. Then it is very important to think outside the box, but Engineering still keeps your feet on the […]

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