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Join Stratasys and University of Washington as we discuss how researchers created a new grip to reduce the sander vibration with Boeing - from the development of an exclusive digital material to how students worked with 3D printing to get to the final design. You'll hear first-hand how additive manufacturing is applied to research and development of new materials and how students are not only getting hands-on with the technology, but working on real-life projects that are being implemented with big manufacturers.

Dr. Jeffrey Lipton
Assistant Professor - University of Washington

Is an assistant professor at the University of Washington in the Mechanical Engineering Department with a courtesy appointment in the Paul G. Allan School of Computer Science and Engineering. He was previously a Post Doctoral Associate at the MIT’s CSAIL in the Distributed Robotics Lab under Daniela Rus. He received his BS in Applied and Engineering Physics and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell. His Ph.D. work was under Hod Lipson in the Creative Machines Lab. His work is currently focused on 3D printing and robotics. He has also worked on 3D printed foods and was the lead developer for the Fab@Home project which supported life science and food science researchers’ 3D printing needs on all six habitable continents.