IMT Machining Journal had the opportunity to visit the Brooklyn, N.Y., headquarters of 3-D printing machine maker Solidoodle and talk with its founder and CEO, Sam Cervantes, about the opportunities and challenges additive manufacturing has for conventional manufacturing.
We learned about the company and how it is creating American jobs while providing “affordable, easy-to-use” 3-D printing capabilities to medium-volume manufacturing businesses around the world. Cervantes also talked about some of Solidoodle’s expansion programs and showed how the company has been able to ship 4,000 Solidoodle 3-D printers in just under a year.
Check out the video below for a sneak preview of our factory tour and interview with Cervantes, and come back to IMT Machining Journal on Tuesday, March 4, to see the full video and read more about 3-D printing in America.
Video shot and edited by Jason Molofsky.