Digital Manufacturing Investors Day (DMID) Event 

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Thought Leadership

Why I Joined Dyndrite - Michael Head

Having built them, broken them, and begged them to work, I am all too familiar with the constraints of additive manufacturing (AM) machines.

What “Open” Means to the Machine OEM

Explore the concept of “open architecture” and what it means to industry leaders like Aconity, EOS, Renishaw, and SLM Solutions. These LPBF machine vendors advocate for open architecture, allowing users to customize and optimize various machine parameters, materials, and processes.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - Nick Grigorian

I'm confident we're going to build something spectacular and lead the way into the next phase of additive manufacturing.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - John Elder

My ambition is to harness the strengths of my programming background, particularly in parallel processing, to bring unparalleled efficiency to our endeavors.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - John Mansell

Why did I join Dyndrite? Because smart automation in 3D printing is at the heart of reshaping every industry in ways that improve lives across the world.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - Alex Benham

My journey into the world of innovation was guided by my grandfather's wisdom: 'Don't make tragedies of trifles, don't shoot butterflies with rifles.' These words have always reminded me to focus on what truly matters and to approach challenges with wisdom and care.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - Aliya Asken

DevOps isn’t just a job, it’s a mindset. It involves fostering collaboration between teams, and a lot of communication. As a DevOps Engineer, I enjoy wearing many hats because I get to continue my education and learn new skills every day.

Why I Joined Dyndrite - Dennis Barnum

With nearly four years in the additive manufacturing industry and a passion for business, sales, and marketing, I plan to take an innovative and data-driven approach to generating demand for our products and raising awareness for the brand.

The Next 30 Years of Additive Manufacturing Will Be Defined by Production

There are two pillars to manufacturing success: Repeatable Quality and Traceability. AM has struggled to scale to production-grade use cases due to a number of issues that don’t allow AM to comply with these two pillars.

Joining the Dyndrite Team

I joined Dyndrite’s team as the Marketing Operations Manager in April 2021 ready to take on the challenge of helping a dynamic startup really think outside the box for its marketing operations. How will I do that?