27 - 28 January
TIPE 3D Printing by Women in 3D-printing
Twikit is proud to sponsor the TIPE 3D Printing annual global conference organized by Women in 3D Printing. It will be the first-ever female speakers only 3D printing conference, bringing female industry leaders together. Twikit is a great supporter of a more diverse industry and leading in the representation of women in the space.
With a focus on case studies, additive manufacturing user applications, visionary talks on the future, and people shaping the industry, TIPE 3D Printing has curated an inspirational all-female agenda of speakers and panelists. Discover below which inspiring women in the additive manufacturing community Twikit brings to the table.
Panel: The Value of Mass Customization
Our own Growth Team Lead and Business Developer, Aline Bauwens, will be moderating the panel with as topic: The Value of Mass Customization.
Our invited speakers will elaborate on the value of mass customization through their expertise and experience together with Twikit.
Where can you find Twikit at TIPE 3D Printing?
- During the entire conference, January 27 & 28, you can find the Twikit table on the 4th floor. Do not hesitate to visit our table and join the conversation
- For our panel on The Value of Mass Customization, we will be joining the Economics Stage on the 28th of January, 4:15 – 5:00 pm EST.
We will sum things up for you
Do you have other obligations during the TIPE 3D Printing conference? There is no need to worry you might miss something interesting. After the event, Twikit will provide a summary of the panel. So, keep an eye out for our Newsroom and our socials!
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Gabi Janssen is Business Development Manager Healthcare at DSM Additive Manufacturing. Her responsibilities are business and application development for the medical and dental markets. She led the joint project with Twikit of creating a digital workflow for customized 3D printed thumb braces.
Diana Hall is the president and founder of ActivArmor. They are the industry leader for custom-made 3D-printed casts and splints in the United States. Together with Twikit, Diana is pursuing automation of their proprietary design flow, and internationalization of the current ActivArmor end-to-end solution, from 3D scan to 3D print.
Lina Riano is R&D Engineer for AM at Decathlon. In collaboration with Twikit, Decathlon offers a unique in-store customer experience through customization. Lina will speak more about the added value of mass customization for the sports industry.