During each 3D Meetup we try to invite guests such as Thomas Sanladerer and other known names from within the 3D community. During the 2017 event we had Thomas Sanladerer, Simone Fontana, Anton Månsson and Torbjørn Ludvigsen with us. This year, we’re being joined by a few well known people as well as some crew members from 3D Printer Chat. Keep checking this page as it’ll be updated as we go.
Thomas is a well known and respected member of the 3D-printing community and creates build guides, tutorials, tips and reviews around the new generation of consumer and prosumer 3D printers!
Simon is a YouTuber and the creator of RCLifeOn. He does a little bit of everything and loves 3D Printing, DIY and radio controlled stuff. Make sure to subscribe to his channel for new and interesting videos.
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Joe is a 30 something year old (no need for specifics) who is absolutely in love and fascinated with anything to do with 3D printing. He runs a YouTube channel where he reviews printers from a noobs perspective.
Miles Scott is working at 3DPrinterChat as a podcast host as well as a writer. On top of that, Miles is also a moderator of the 3D-Printing Facebook group that just recently passed 50.000 members.
Daniel is an award-winning Swedish 3D designer and 3D Printing evangelist. Speaker, Blogger & YouTuber. Author of OpenRC and the OpenRailway Project. He is also the father of the 3D Benchy.
Anton has been in love with 3D since he first discovered it and hasn’t looked back since. He spends his days managing hardware products at Creative Tools, and on the side runs startup projects and a YouTube channel.
3DPrintChat is the home of all things 3D-Printing, presenting news, views, the latest scoops, information on applications and models coming out. Scopes, models and much more.
Håkan is the founder of 3DPrinterChat. A writer by day and a reader by night, he is loathe to discuss himself in the third person, but can be persuaded to do so from time to time. Find him on Twitter here: @3dprinterchat.
Torbjørn is the original author of the internet sensation called The Hangprinter, a 3D-printer which is suspended mid air, moves by winding lines and can print objects without traditional build volume contraints.