For most companies, fall is a very busy time and it is certainly no different at NVBOTS! However, this year in particular, we were presented with extraordinary opportunities to get in front of amazing people at various events across New England and beyond. We were able to talk with teachers, librarians and fellow innovators (of all ages) who were excited to learn more about 3D printing…and even more inspired when they saw the NVPro in action!
We kicked things off in late September at the MIT Hacking Medicine event where participants relied on the NVPro for all of their 3D printing needs. We then moved right into October with representation at the MADE@MassChallenge Hardware Startup Showcase and TEDxCambridge events, where we were in good company with some of the top innovators in the Boston area!
On October 17, we switched gears and had the pleasure of participating in the Boy Scouts of America Pumpkin Fest. Boy Scouts and families got to create their very own 3D-printed pumpkin – and even former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis got in on the action!
Dare to Innovate/MassCUE was next on the agenda, where COO Chris Haid gave a presentation on 3D printing’s role in shaping the future of education, an important topic for any Computer Using Educator. At about the same time, CEO AJ Perez was in Greece at the MIT Enterprise Forum, presenting two sessions: “How to Think like a 3D Designer and “Hardware as a Service: An Entrepreneurial Journey”.
Toward the end of October, participants at the New England Library Association Annual Conference got to see first-hand all the NVPro has to offer. That same week, CEO AJ Perez gave another presentation at the German American Conference at Harvard, focused on how 3D printing is transforming the world!
Which brings us to the recent Massachusetts Association of Science Teacher’s annual conference, where COO Chris Haid presented a “Nature of Light” 3D printing session, aligned with the event’s theme.
Definitely a lot of activity…and as things slow down (slightly) approaching holiday season, we reflect back on all of the great discussions had and relationships established. In our conversations, it was made clear that, while 3D printing is certainly popular, people often think it is difficult to take advantage of 3D printing. However, when given access to a printer that is automated, simple to use, and even incorporates related curriculum (a key attribute for educators), they light up!
At NVBOTS, we are focused on 3D printing adoption on a broad scale – regardless of skillset or background – and are delivering on that mission through the NVPro.
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