Type A Machines was founded in 2012 and has since focused on designing and building reliable, easy to use desktop 3D printers. Their CEO Kevin Rowney sits down with Rackspace to talk about how 3D printing works. This lengthy discussion offers good information for those just learning about this industry. Rowney also talks about the role of desktop 3D Printers in the manufacturing industry – contrasting to industrial 3D printing, the advantage of desktop devices lies in prototyping.
You can find Type A Machine and Kevin Rowney at Maker Faire, May 18th – 19th at the San Mateo County Events Center in San Mateo, California. Some of their concept prototype machines should be available for viewing!