On Feb. 18, we will host a provocative discussion, “3D Printing Changes Everything,” on 7th floor conference center of University Hall. A panel of practitioners, designers and technologists will take on the future of 3D printing and how it is changing industries, and how industries are approaching problem solving, design and innovation. Panelists will discuss and predict the impact 3D printing is having on all of our lives.
The panelists will also discuss the ways 3D printing is changing design, innovation, rapid prototyping and will discuss the long-term impact 3D printing will have across consumer and business industries. Join us as we unveil the future of design thinking, rapid prototyping and how all industries are transforming.
Event is free and open to the public, and food will be served!
Come early to tour our new MIX Innovation Lab and see our 3D printers–tours being held 1-5 p.m. Full details below.
Michael Rees, Director, Center for New Art, William Paterson University
Ben Reytblat, Founder/CEO/Engineer, 3DMonstr
Natalie Rodriguez, designer and Montclair resident and MIX Lab Design Entrepreneur in Residence
Agenda (panel event at University Hall Conference Center):
5:30-6:15 p.m. Networking with pizza
6:15-6:30 p.m. Welcome remarks and 1-minute pitches from audience
6:30-8 p.m. Panel discussion with audience Q&A
Note: come early for a tour of our new MIX Innovation Lab, where we will be unveiling 35 networked 3D printing devices. The lab is room 118, Feliciano School of Business. Tours offered to the public 1-5 p.m. Feb. 18.
Directions and parking info:
Park in the Red Hawk Deck on campus, exit the deck on Level 5 and proceed straight up the walkway (soccer field will be on your left) to the new School of Business building.
Michael Rees, director of Center for New Art at William Paterson University, is an accomplished sculptor who has exhibited widely and has been written about in many books on the subject of art and digital media. He was one of the first sculptors in the world to blend the use of computer-aided design, 3d printing and automated manufacture into a conceptual art practice, pioneering the use of new media in sculpture since the early 1990’s. Read full bio.
Ben Reytblat is a senior level executive with over 30 years of broad experience in the technical, corporate, sales, marketing and financial arenas. Prior to starting 3DMonstr in the summer of 2012, Ben was CEO of CEDev (an Open Source applications company), and prior to that a co-founder and CEO of Quadrix Solutions. Before founding Quadrix Solutions in 1994, he was an independent consultant in the telecommunications and financial services sectors. He began his career as a member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Ben has advanced degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics, and is a highly sought-after speaker on the topics of 3D Printing and Open Source application deployment. He was a Visiting Lecturer at Rutgers University, and has published numerous technical papers. He served on the New Jersey Technology Council’s (NJTC) Board of Directors.