This week, I welcome Blake Teipel, CEO of Essentium on the show to discuss how his company is coming to the aid of the medical industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Essentium, Inc. provides industrial 3D Printing Solutions that are disrupting traditional manufacturing processes by bringing product strength and production speed together, at scale, with a no-compromise engineering material set.
They manufacture and deliver innovative industrial 3D printers and materials enabling the world’s top manufacturers to embrace the future of additive manufacturing. You can learn more about their company by visiting www.essentium3D.com.
On this episode, I welcome Devon Copley CEO of AVATOUR, a new communications technology that is helping tech-forward companies respond to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The AVATOUR remote presence platform employs the latest virtual reality technology to transport users to a remote location in real-time, providing a new and effective substitute for travel during times like this.
This technology is allowing businesspeople who find themselves unable to visit facilities worldwide.
You can learn more by visiting http://avatour.co/.
This week, Tony Uphoff joins me on the show to discuss how manufacturing supply chains have been impacted by the Coronavirus. Tony is the President and CEO of Thomas, the leader in product sourcing, supplier selection, and marketing solutions for industry.
A recent survey showed by 750 North American manufacturing and industrial suppliers showed that 60% of US manufacturing companies are already feeling the disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak, with 24% of the surveyed companies having production facilities in China.
Ont this episode, we'll be discussing this survey, and Tony will shed some good news from some more recent survey numbers that indicate supply chains have adjusted their sourcing and these disruptions are being minimized by manufacturers.
Thomas provides actionable information, data, analysis and tools that align with and support today’s industrial buying process. Its solutions include the Thomas Network®, industry’s largest and most active buyer/supplier network. Through Thomas Marketing Services, the company also provides full-service industrial marketing programs and website development.
This week, I welcome Grant Posner on the show to discuss his company 3D Musketeers and some of the work they are doing in the field of additive manufacturing. One of the unique industries they are serving is forensics engineering. They are able to print small scale models of wrecked vehicles in order to reconstruct accident scenes for juries.
You can learn more about 3D Musketeers by visiting them at https://3dmusketeers.com.