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26 minutes | Jun 27, 2013
73: Autodesk+GrabCAD – Fusion 360 Launch
Both Autodesk and GrabCAD have made some exciting announcements this week with Autodesk's Fusion 360 launch on Tuesday and GrabCAD's new Workbench which will allow even more powerful sharing features for the growing CAD community. We had a chance to sit down with GrabCAD CEO Hardi Maybaum and Autodesk's Director of Mechanical Design Products Prabakar Murugappan. So what does all this mean to you as a designer, engineer or maker? Listen in as we find out more about CAD in the Cloud, what Fusion 360 means to existing CAD users, and where GrabCAD's new Workbench fits in with all this. Rock.
16 minutes | Jun 19, 2013
72: Robot Combat League – Mark Setrakian
What does it take to design and build giant robots that fight each other to total destruction in four months? This week we had the chance to sit down and talk with robot designer Mark Setrakian about designing robots for the new SyFy tv show Robot Combat League. We'll hear about what software he uses, how he prototypes, and does he actually have his own personal robot?
48 minutes | Jun 12, 2013
71: PTC Live Global 2013 Special Edition
Well folks, this week we've been in Anaheim, California for this year's 2013 PTC Live Global event. We had a chance to sit down with Brian Thompson, VP Product Management, CAD Segment and talked with him about the Creo roadmap, 3.0 features, and why apps are getting into the 3D printing scene.
7 minutes | May 29, 2013
70: D-Shape – Enrico Dini
How do you 3D print a house? This week's guest is robotics expert and CEO and Founder of the D-Shape large-scale printer, Mr. Enrico Dini! Enrico was recently featured in the documentary The Man Who Prints Houses, which centers around the development of his large-scale 3D printer and his vision for a future of 3D printed houses. We had a moment to talk with Enrico at the 3D Printing Industry convention a few weeks ago in NYC.
36 minutes | May 17, 2013
69: Steven Heller
We don't even know where or how to start to explain how awesome our guest Steven Heller is. He is currently the co-chair of the MFA “Designer as Author” Department at New York’s School of the Visual Arts, is a former art director for the New York Times Book Review, a contributing editor for many design magazines, and has written over 150 books on the subject of design, including books on writing for design and design entrepreneurship.
38 minutes | May 8, 2013
68: Henry Petroski
This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to failure analysis expert, design history aficionado, prolific author, and paper clip extraordinaire, Mr. Henry Petroski! Henry has written over 17 books on design and engineering ranging from the history and importance of the toothpick, to why failure is paramount in the design process.
16 minutes | Apr 26, 2013
67: botObjects – Mike Duma & Martin Warner
Is it too good to be true? This week we have the great pleasure to speak with the founder of the ever-popular NerdFitness.com, Mr. Steve Kamb! Steve has developed a loyal following of hundreds of thousands of readers through his unique fitness site aimed at Nerds from all walks of life. We'll talk with Steve about everything from why he preaches the Paleo diet, to gamifying your life, to how to stay active at your desk while hammering through those CAD models. Rock!
35 minutes | Apr 19, 2013
66: NerdFitness.com – Steve Kamb
This week we have the great pleasure to speak with the founder of the ever-popular NerdFitness.com, Mr. Steve Kamb! Steve has developed a loyal following of hundreds of thousands of readers through his unique fitness site aimed at Nerds from all walks of life. We'll talk with Steve about everything from why he preaches the Paleo diet, to gamifying your life, to how to stay active at your desk while hammering through those CAD models. Rock!
34 minutes | Apr 3, 2013
65: Invisible Light Network – Elliot Blanchard
This week we have the great pleasure to speak with the talented Elliot Blanchard of Invisible Light Network. Elliot is a multi-disciplinary designer who recently presented his latest 3D printed product at Austin’s SXSW Festival.
53 minutes | Mar 22, 2013
64: MCor Technologies – Conor MacCormack
This week we have the great pleasure to speak with the one and only Conor MacCormack, CEO and Co-founder of MCor Technologies, makers of the paper-based 3D printer currently in use at Staples locations around Europe. We'll talk with Conor about what led him into the 3D printing industry and how he even thought to develop a paper-based 3D printer.
27 minutes | Mar 14, 2013
63: 3Doodler-Max Bogue
This week we have the great pleasure to speak with Max Bogue. Max is a co-founder of Wobbleworks and he, as well as fellow co-founder Peter Dillworth have created the 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printed pen. They have a fully-funded Kickstarter project and there’s still time to get in on it. Now, these guys know about bringing a product to market, and good thing because, at this point in time, they have over 24,000 people biting their fingernails in anticipation of receiving a 3Doodler. We'll talk with Max about the project and exactly what it takes to ramp up a project on Kickstarter.
38 minutes | Mar 4, 2013
62: Toolmonger-Chuck Cage
This week we have the great pleasure to speak with the one and only Chuck Cage, founder of the uber-rockin’ tool blog Toolmonger.com----the ‘world’s first tool blog’ as a matter fact.
46 minutes | Feb 5, 2013
61: Autodesk-Carl Bass
As if 2013 couldn't get any better folks, EngineerVsDesigner is BACK! Yes we caught a few fishes but mainly we slayed the dragons and drank hot toddies. Now that we're back, it's time to get the party started with an individual who not only resides over his wood shop with magical powers but is also the CEO of Autodesk--Mr. Carl Bass! Hang tight and we'll talk with Carl all about what's happening with CAD in the Cloud, 3D printing, and how he gets his mystical powers.
28 minutes | Oct 9, 2012
60: Gone Fishin’
Well ladies and gents, it is time for us to hang up our mics and pick up our poles, because EvD is going fishin'. That's right...we're going to be taking a break from our weekly shenanigans for awhile while we focus on our next adventure. Don't worry though, we've got some crazy ideas cooking in the oven and we'll be back soon!
28 minutes | Sep 19, 2012
59: Krown Lab – Stefan Andrén
This week we’ll be speaking with Stefan Andrén, former product design director of Nike+, and founder of Krown Lab in Portland, Oregon, where he creates custom iconic architectural products. Listen in and we'll be talking with Stefan about everything from how he came to discover product design to his recent success working with a Kickstarter project.
33 minutes | Sep 10, 2012
58: Design Studio Press – Scott Robertson
This week we'll talk with Scott Robertson, concept artist, product designer, and founder of Design Studio Press. Scott has years of industrial design experience and has been focusing more on concept design in recent years, as well as educating others. Having previously taught at Art Center in Pasadena, he is currently publishing books related to concept art and design sketching, among others. Let's rock!
33 minutes | Sep 4, 2012
57: TinkerCad – Kai Backman
This week we’ll be speaking with Kai Backman, former Google Engineer and founder of TinkerCad, the web-based 3D modeling tool that’s enabling everybody from 8 to 80 to easily produce their own 3D printed designs!
33 minutes | Aug 30, 2012
56: The Hexapod Project – Artisan’s Asylum
This week we talk with Gui Cavalcanti, robotics engineer, founder of Artisan’s Asylum in Somerville, Mass and instructor for the Hexapod project as well as fellow instructor and controls engineer Dan Cody. Along with fellow instructor and Electrical Engineer James Whong and a savvy crew of students, they’ve hit their $65,000 goal on Kickstarter, and then some. What are they using it for? To complete Stompy, an open-source, 18-foot-wide, 4,000-pound, six-legged hydraulic robot you can ride!
29 minutes | Aug 20, 2012
55: Ben Heck – The Ben Heck Show
This week we’ll be speaking with internet celebrity and king of all modders Ben Heckendorn, known to many of you as Ben Heck. His video game console hacks have been featured in everything from Wired to Popular Science, and Maxim to Engadget. Listen in and we'll be talking with Ben about everything from his craziest mods to hacking a coffee maker into a face mask. Rock!
26 minutes | Aug 14, 2012
54: Duann Scott – Communications at Shapeways
Are you a 3D Printing Freak? Do you let your freak flag fly when you walk around town in your 3D Printed helicopter hat? We do--and that's why we're super excited to talk with Duann Scott of Shapeways this week. Duann's background in industrial design led him to Shapeways where he is currently head of communications.
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