3D printing has evolved far beyond plastic trinkets and is about to transform a $6 trillion manufacturing market.
The world's smartest companies are already replacing costly supply chains with additive manufacturing to get products to market faster than ever.
As we transition to a printable world, an old problem persists - protecting buyers and sellers from knock-offs.
Kabuni solves that problem.
Jeff co-founded BuildDirect.com and led the company through various iterations to over $500 million market capitalization. He led the company through a transition from an e-commerce company to a platform company using first party data to create AI and Machine learning to build a more efficient networked supply chain for both buyers and sellers.
Tim Weber is Global Head of 3D Metals Hewlett Packard. His business is responsible for development and commercialization of additive manufacturing (3-D Printed) metals. The HP 3-D Metals solution will disrupt in speed & cost and provide functional parts to enable the digital manufacturing of metals. Prior to HP, Tim worked for Boeing at their helicopter manufacturing facility in Philadelphia.
As a counselor and litigator with the Finnegan IP law firm (one of the largest IP firms in the world), John has well over 30 years of experience advising top companies on every aspect of protecting, commercializing, and enforcing their IP. He is also an internationally recognized thought leader in the 3D printing industry, founder of Finnegan’s 3D printing practice, and author of the award-winning book, 3D Printing Will Rock the World. He was the only IP attorney selected by the U.S.
Shannon has 18 years of experience leading financial technology services companies in North America. Her technical expertise is coupled with extensive sales, marketing and operations experience. Shannon has served on for-profit and not-for-profit boards at a regional, national and international level.
Kabuni has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) to issue the world’s first Security Token Offering (STO).
For some, the idea of 3D printing still resembles plastic trinkets. For others, it represents the third industrial revolution. Here's a breakdown of idea to reality.