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3D Professional Networking - Chris Kaminsky – Ep42

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Release Date: 10/02/2017

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3D Professional Networking - Chris Kaminsky – Ep42

 

Chris Kaminsky runs  MI3D.co, which is a professional networking association focusing on all things 3D. The group is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Chris is a Mechanical Engineer by degree, currently working for GM.

He started the MI3D so he could get together with other 3D printing enthusiasts. They meet once a month and have had guests such as reps from Ultimaker, Autodesk, and more.

We talk about how he came up with starting the group and his future plans for the group. Then we move into some 3D printing projects he has done (like making molds for chocolate).

His number one tip for the engineering entrepreneurs: Get to know people. Even if the meeting isn’t what you wanted.

 

To contact Chris:

YouTube videos about the group (including meetings): 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX-HdXIZVFTNEGFyzPLrOog

Website (including blogs about events): www.mi3d.co

Email: michigan3d@gmail.com

Personal site: www.criscodesigns.co

 

 

The Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Scott Tarcy, President of CADdesignhelp.com. You can reach me at info@caddesignhelp.com