Innovation in 3-D Printing: Maker Tools for the Desktop
Dávid Lakatos, Formlabs
November 4, 2015 | EmTech
Dávid Lakatos, Product Lead with FormLabs, a pioneering desktop 3D printing company, on the next generation of 3D printing technologies. The talk examines the disruptive nature of new capabilites that are being utilized by pioneering start ups in many industries.
Dávid Lakatos, Product Lead, Formlabs
Dávid is the Product lead at Formlabs, a desktop 3D printing company. Formlabs produces high-resolution desktop 3D printers for engineers and designers. In his role, Dávid is responsible for delivering the best desktop 3D printing experience on the market for engineers, designers and professionals out there. Prior to Formlabs Dávid founded Sold., an automated peer-to-peer selling service, which after receiving funding from Google Ventures, Matrix partners, Greylock partners and a number of angel investors was acquired by Dropbox in 2013. Dávid, a native of Hungary, studied Physics and EE in TU Budapest and TU Delft, before receiving his masters from the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge from Prof. Hiroshi Ishii’s Tangible Media Group. His work ranges from Tangible User Interfaces, virtual reality applications to nanomaterial systems. More at lakatosdavid.hu and at formlabs.com
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