Meet our growing team of contributors
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Our Senior Contributors
Paul is known as the creator and moderator of the first and largest “3D Printing Today” group on LinkedIn (60,000+ members) and has been an avid follower, consultant, and speaker advocating 3D Printing in the Professional and Commercial workspace. Paul is also very intimate with CNC Machining, Injection Molding , Sheet metal work, and Cast Urethane Molding.
Paul saw the early need for 3D Printing in the Engineering and Manufacturing workspace in 2007 and consequently started the “3D Printing” group on LinkedIn to address this need. And most recently this website covering 3D Printing in over 40 sectors of the global economy.
For many years, Paul has worked intimately with the three largest 3D Printing companies in the world and understands the value that 3D Printing, or Additive Manufacturing, brings to the commercial and professional marketplace.
David has been designing websites since 1996. He has always been fascinated by technology, getting his amateur radio, or Ham radio license, when he was only 14.
Paul and David met back in 1994 and as the years went by, David kept hearing Paul talk about 3D print, whatever that was. Finally, in 2018, they had a lengthy talk about 3D Printing sitting at a Starbucks and the proverbial light bulb moment happened for him. As Paul began to describe how far-reaching the impact of 3D printing could be, David knew with Paul’s expertise in that area and his expertise in web design, they could build something unique and special.
As David began to read and research 3D printing, he began to grasp that these changes would be not simply peripheral, but foundational in so many ways. And this impact would not only be across numerous sectors in the economies of countries, but also in the everyday lives of people.
Bridgette is an artist, sculptor, writer, educator, public speaker, and mom too.
Over thirty years ago she began experimenting with sculpture. Quite by accident, she stumbled upon this medium during a family vacation while sculpting in the sand. Once she returned home, she began a journey of self-education in her new-found passion. A few years later she gave up her career in advertising and marketing to become a full-time sculptor and writer.
Her book, 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft Exploring 3D Printing, Scanning, Sculpting, and Milling, is from her thesis on art and technology.
Bridgette’s involvement in fine art and technology brought her the honor of being named one of the 30 most influential women in 3D printing in 2016.