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May Event: RedEye, by Stratasys: Meeting the UX Challenges of Designing and Communicating for 3D Printing
08 May 2014
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
RedEye, by Stratasys, 8081 Wallace Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Non Members – $10.00
Professional Membership + Event, New/Renewal – $60.00
Includes cost of event as needed
Student Membership + Event, New/Renewal – $30.00
Includes cost of event as needed. May ask for proof of student status.
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for a close look into the world of 3D printing. Tim Thellin, Senior Product Manager for RedEye, by Stratasys will show us how 3D technology works and discuss some of the UX challenges. We'll get a look at their online quoting system and tour the facility to see the 3D printing stations and output.
RedEye is an ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) facility so all attendees need to provide full name, company name and citizenship as requested in our registration this month. Registration will close at end-of-day on 5/6, and registration is limited.
Tim Thellin is the senior product manager for RedEye, by Stratasys, one of the world’s largest providers of rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing services. As senior product manager, Tim holds a key stake in RedEye’s service offering, and quoting and ordering solutions. Tim’s experience with 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies spans over two decades, to the very beginning of the company. Throughout his time with Stratasys, Tim has worked across the organization, from application engineering to managing web development. Tim earned a degree in engineering from St. Cloud State University.
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