Born out of the desktop 3D printing revolution, Formlabs has been leading the way in the development of new technologies and crafting a seamless user experience. Join Formlabs' co-founder Max Lobovsky in conversation with Matthew Stultz, Make: 3D Printing and Digital Fabrication Lead, as they discuss the future of desktop 3D printing the latest developments at Formlabs.
Maxim is co-founder of Formlabs and a graduate of the MIT Media Lab and Center for Bits and Atoms. He co-founded Formlabs in 2011 to bring high-performance fabrication technologies to the desktop. Formlabs has since grown into an industry leader in desktop 3D printing, releasing the Form 1 3D Printer in 2012 in a record-breaking Kickstarter campaign.
Matt Stultz has been a part of Make's 3D printing testing team for the past 3 years and is now Make's 3D Printing Lead. He also runs 3DPPVD a 3D printing community in Rhode Island where he and his members are constantly experimenting with 3D printing technology.