Post Magazine Enrico Dini Interview December 2016
Story of world’s first industrial-scale 3D printer is a story of sacrifice
In his quest to build the ultimate machine, Enrico Dini lost a lucrative job, his home, even his family, but the creator of the world’s first industrial 3D printer refuses to give up his dream of making the world a better place
1 DEC 2016
Built Worlds 3D Printing All-Star Panel
by ROB McMANAMY, Editor-in-chief | April 21, 2016
If you missed The Realities of 3D Printing, our March 30 special event here at BuiltWorlds, you actually missed a lot. In fact, you missed the future of BuiltWorlds, and by that I mean the dawn of “live streaming” our thought-provoking shows on compelling issues pushing this industry and your business and this industry further and faster than many of us ever thought possible.
That new “live streaming” era for us (and you) continues now with the BuiltWorlds CEO Tech Forum 2016, which continues to unfold, captivate, and engage even as I type this.
But the true beauty of this is that you didn’t really miss out on these presentations. Just as the #BWCTF16 presentations and discussions will soon be available here on our website, so too now is that extraordinarily well-received 3D Printing program, available below in its entirety. So, sit back, relax, and let the future come to you…
Pictured: Founder Enrico Dini
Here is Enrico pictured celebrating on the 3D printed bridge, produced by D-Shape technology. Enrico, the majority shareholder of D-Shape Enterprises as Monolite UK Ltd., has always considered infrastructure and exterior landscaping markets to be a prime candidate for early market adoption of this incredible technology. The Bridge here was 3D printed and produced in Europe. A collaboration between the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) in Barcelona, Spain, and ACCIONA, a company dedicated to Spain’s sustainable infrastructure, have pipped other bridge innovators to the post by installing the first 3D printed bridge in a park south of Madrid. In an exclusive interview with 3DPI, the IAAC design team revealed some of the secrets behind 3D printing the Alcobendas bridge, and share great promise for the future of 3D printed architecture.
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Exciting News! That is right, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the majority shareholder, Monolite UK Ltd., the latest and most advanced D-Shape stone and concrete 3D printer has been delivered to the United States and has been assembled. The machine is currently undergoing test-printing and calibration ahead of numerous clients and customers who have already signed up for production series runs using the system. For more information and questions please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org