We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Robin Huizing, the founder of Addmio, a 3D printing education platform. During this fun application, Robin showed us the power of design with a demo from his new idea of a personalized mouse. Our conversation expanded from there.
Who is Robin Huizing?
Robin is the founder of Addmio a 3D printing education platform. He recently also joined Oqton as its application engineer. In his own words,
“During my study, I started my own design studio, sample. studio, and ran it for more than 10 years. I created corporate identities and websites, visuals for architectural firms, and hosted creative workshops at universities.
After my graduation, I started my career as a 3D Printing Engineer at Shapeways. I worked in every production team and with every in-house technology and in a few years I learned to work with FDM, SLA, DLP, MJP, and SLS. All plastic 3D printing technologies. In total I prepared, 3D printed, and post-processed 10.000+ parts.
Then I moved to Additive Industries to work as an Additive Manufacturing Designer. Here, I specialized in Design for AM and was also involved with production planning, application development, and a lot of local and on-site training. Here I gained valuable experience with metal 3D printing, LPBF.
In 2020 I combined everything I’ve learned and my passions for technology, education, and design and I Founded Addmio. To make 3D printing accessible through education. We’re working with a young and ambitious team to create online courses that are efficient, affordable, and accessible to everyone with a smartphone. We’ve made a great start in 2020 and are planning to grow and expand in 2021 so stay tuned. ”
Show notes: https://3dheals.com/robin-huizing-the-power-of-3d-printing-design-and-education
Instagram IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CLGbOY0D5kN/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
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