Take a look into the future of additive manufacturing. Find out about how design and manufacturing challenges are changing as additive manufacturing becomes more accessible.
- Understand what it takes to print your part right, the first time
- Discover what it takes to move from rapid prototyping to final production using additive manufacturing
- Understand the challenges associated with designing for additive manufacturing
- Discover the challenges of working with additive manufacturing machines
Janna SpicerJanna received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University, and her master's degree in Management in Science and Technology from Oregon Health Sciences University. She is now the product manager for Autodesk Product Design Suite in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Prior to that, she managed diverse engineering teams to develop new products at a leading Test and Measurement company. Recently, she was named Volunteer of the Year for FIRST Robotics in Oregon.
Claas Eicke Kuhnen received his degree in advanced color concepts for graphic and product design from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim in Germany. In 2006, he completed an MFA from Bowling Green State University in 3D studio art for metals and jewelry, with a focus on functional design and digital arts. For the last 8 years, his work has focused on industrial design. His interdisciplinary skills built from a diverse background have proved to be a great asset along the way. His design firm, studioKuhnenC, serves clients such as Leland International and 2B Studio. His work has enabled them to expand their furniture design concepts, explore novel ideas, test production capabilities, and produce exceptional pieces for exhibitions. His work and techniques have been presented at exhibitions such as the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design Fair, Society of North American Goldsmiths, and SIGGRAPH. At Wayne State University, he teaches industrial design with a focus on digital 3D design and fabrication infused by his research in new technologies and modern workflows.