Ultimaker’s initiative to drive the global adoption of 3D printing through Talking Additive – a 3D printing podcast series is successfully reaching worldwide masses. Ultimaker chats with a string of experts from all sectors to understand the various aspects of adoption. The recent episode of the 3D printing podcast is quite an interesting one as it talks about the applications of 3D printing in the food and beverage industry.
3D PRINTING PODCAST: 3D PRINTING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
Above: Heineken’s Bottling Plant in Seville, Spain/Image Credit: Ultimaker
In its latest 3D printing podcast – Episode 8, Matt Griffin, Director of Community Development at Ultimaker, chats to several experts working in (or alongside) the food and beverage industry. They reveal how additive manufacturing has already transformed this sector, and discuss the impact it will have in the future.
The industry was already experiencing seismic change before the COVID-19 pandemic, with increasing numbers of companies incorporating 3D printing into their workflow. Now, various innovators working in the food and beverage sector share their current experiences, plus some insight into their strategic AM plans for the coming years.
The first guest is Ultimaker’s, Jeremy Evers. As part of his role as Application Engineer, Jeremy travels around the world, supporting businesses with their 3D printing applications. Over the years, he’s worked with numerous companies in the food and beverage sector. He explains how these multinational businesses are using AM to streamline processes, boost output, and increase in-house capabilities.
The second guest is Steve Cox, an industrial 3D design and additive manufacturing adoption consultant, who works closely with traditional manufacturers seeking to test the waters of 3D printing within their businesses for the first time.
And the 3D printing podcast episode concludes with a conversation with writer and consultant Joris Peels (3DPrint.com). He gives a journalist’s perspective on the industry’s developments, and how much potential 3D printing has to offer companies operating in this sector.
This 82-minute 3D printing podcast gives a sneak peek into the interesting insights from the food and beverage industry. This is the 8th episode and users can listen to earlier episodes on the Talking Additive Website.
IMPLICATIONS IN INDIA
It is observed that the podcast is very well received in India. It is a fact that Ultimaker has already found home in India for quite a few years with leading industries putting their faith in the Ultimaker machines.
One of the reasons for this wide acceptance of the Ultimaker 3D printers is Novabeans, a versatile 3D printing company offering the most advanced 3d printing products and services in India. They are the exclusive partners of Ultimaker in India and offer all the latest Ultimaker products with quality after-sales services to its customers across the country. For more information on Ultimaker 3D printers, please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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