Podcast: How Charles Hull Conceived 3D Printing

May 2016

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Player description

Charles “Chuck” Hull, the co-founder and CTO of 3D Systems, is the inventor of the solid imaging process known as stereolithography, the first commercial 3D printing technology. In this podcast, Hull speaks with ASME.org’s managing editor Chitra Sethi, about the early days of 3D printing and how it continues to change the face of manufacturing today.

Also read: 7 Questions with 3D Printing Icon Charles Hull

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