The rise of Linux over the last two decades has been nothing short of a revolution. A small minority took an established technology and built a world-changing platform that has touched almost every industry on earth. Along the way, this new accessibility incubated powerful tools that created their own revolutions in turn. Thanks to Linux, the smartphone and set-top box have become mainstream faster than anyone thought possible, and devices like the RaspberryPi have inspired a new generation of creators.
3D printing is on the same path. A global community of hobbyists and entrepreneurs took the established technology of 3D printing and made it accessible. Now companies like MakerBot are building a rich ecosystem, using hardware, software, web tools and mobile applications to extend the world-changing capabilities of desktop 3D printing. Learn about MakerBot's vision for a collaborative, Linux-powered, application-driven platform that will drive the future of 3d printing.Survey this Session
VP of Product, Makerbot
Anthony Moschella is vice president of Product at MakerBot, where he works with MakerBot’s team of engineers to design tools for the manufacturers and creators of tomorrow. A passionate engineer, hacker, maker, teacher, and 3D printing advocate, Anthony works to help bring the disruptive technology of desktop 3D printing to the masses. In addition to his enthusiasm about the power of personal fabrication, Anthony brings more than a... Read More →
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