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The PrintCity Podcast
58 minutes | Mar 18, 2019
Brendan Dawes Interview
Brendan Dawes is an artist and designer who has worked with some major clients. His success is down to many personal traits but none more than to remember that people are the most important part of any design. His work is varied in both scale and scope and has attracted interest worldwide. Brendan joined us for our weekly round-table discussion and then gave a one hour presentation about his work which was very well received by all present. Following his presentation, Brendan joined us in the PrintCity studio to have a chat with Craig Banks, Academic Lead for PrintCity, Edmund Keefe (3D Print Manager) and Peter Gough, Programme Lead on the MSc Industrial Digitalisation. Brendan Dawes invites students on the MSc Industrial Digitalisation to not be afraid of trying new things
37 minutes | Oct 22, 2018
Ravi Toor Interview – Filamentive
In just three years, Ravi Toor has built a business that started whilst still at university and has since become a great success. Tackling green planet issues head-on, Ravi’s company, Filamentive, is now nationally recognised not just for having great environmental credentials, but also for making reliable, quality materials. In doing so, he has broken down the stigma associated with recycled materials to prove they are at least as good, if not better than others. Ravi joined us in the studio following his morning lecture with our MSc Industrial Digitalisation students to explain the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for would-be entrepreneurs.
40 minutes | Oct 15, 2018
Steven Parkinson Interview
This week, we chat with Autodesk Education Manager, Steven Parkinson, following a morning lecture with students on the postgraduate MSc Industrial Digitalisation course here at Manchester Metropolitan University.
43 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
Professor Keith Brown – Digital Sculptor
We catch up with Manchester Metropolitan University’s very own Professor Keith Brown (Research Professor, Director of Art and Digital Technologies). Keith is an internationally recognised pioneer of digital sculptures who uses 3D Studio software and 3D printing to produce sculptures that cannot be produced using traditional techniques. Every single 3D printed sculpture is derived from the software’s ‘torus knot’ function and Keith even bumped into the person from Autodesk who coded it when, many years back, he was on a coach trip to the Hoover Dam. Now in his 70s, Keith shows no signs of slowing down and his manufacturing interests are wide and varied.
34 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
Phil Cotton – LearnByLayers
Phil Cotton is the founder and owner of LearnByLayers, a website loaded with educational resources to help teach 3D printing in schools. Phil explains how he manages to fulfil his day job as a teacher and run a business at the same time. He joins us around the table in the studio to discuss what inspired him to develop LearnByLayers.
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