Bits to Atoms is a company dedicated to raising awareness about Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM). We offer unbiased education on DfAM through our articles on the 'DfAM Substack' and by organizing events, including the CDFAM: Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium.
Our goal is to help businesses and individuals understand the benefits and potential of DfAM and how it can be used to create innovative and high performance products.
Whether you are new to the field of additive manufacturing or an experienced professional, we offer resources and support to help you learn more about this exciting and rapidly-evolving technology.
The DfAM Substack is a collection of articles exploring all aspects of Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), computational design, and design software.
Published by Bits to Atoms, dedicated to raising awareness about DfAM and helping businesses and individuals understand the benefits and potential of this exciting and rapidly-evolving technology.
By subscribing to the DfAM Substack, you'll have access to a wide range of articles written by experts in the field, offering insights and perspectives that you won't find anywhere else. In addition to staying up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in DfAM, you'll also have the opportunity to learn from some of the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the field, expand your knowledge and skills, and connect with others interested in DfAM.
CDFAM 23 NYC brings together leaders in the fields of Computational Design (+DfAM) for a two day symposium exploring current, leading and emerging trends and practices in design, engineering and advanced manufacturing.
Bits to Atoms is organizing the CDFAM: Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium to bring together leading experts and professionals in the field of Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) and computational design. The symposium aims to provide a forum for attendees to learn about the latest trends and developments in DfAM, computational design, and design software, and to network with others in the field.
By bringing together experts from a variety of industries and backgrounds, the symposium aims to foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing, and to help attendees learn from the best and brightest in the field. Overall, the CDFAM Symposium is a valuable opportunity for professionals interested in DfAM and computational design to learn, connect, and grow.
Well, mainly Duann Scott.
Duann has over a decade of experience in the additive space, working with everything from start-ups through to large corporate entities.
Duann's skill set ranges from business development and partnership strategy to marketing and evangelism as well as experience on both sides of corporate investment and acquisitions.
The start-ups Duann has been part of have collectively raised over $200 million, while at Autodesk he was responsible for scouting and vetting companies for the $100 million Spark Investment fund executed by the corporate development team.
During the course of his career, Duann has worked for and with a wide array of companies in the additive space including:
EOS, HP, Stratasys, 3D Systems, Formlabs, Ultimaker, Renishaw, Arcam, HoloAM, VulcanForms, Carbon, Aconity3D, Betatype, Velo3D, Xact Metal, Inkbit, SinterIt, Farsoon, Fortify, Desktop Metal, Voxel8, HP, Autodesk, ANSYS, Esteco, Materialise, nTopology, Occipital, NVIDIA, Hexagon, Shapeways, GKN, Fast Radius, Xometry, DSM, Arkema, BASF and more.
Experienced representing companies in the press and in presentations at every level from top tier publications through to industry trade journals with the ability to communicate complex ideas at the right level for people to understand the value of a new or emerging technology.
Publications include New York Times, Wired, Quartz, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, Vogue, Daily News, New York Magazine, Gizmodo, Fast Company, Industry Week, Financial Times, Silicone Angle, Robotics Tomorrow, Digital Engineering, Develop3D and more.
If you are interested in learning more about Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) and how it can be used to create innovative and cost-effective products, we can provide you with information and resources to help you understand the benefits and potential of DfAM.
If you are interested in participating in or supporting DfAM events or projects, or if you have a project idea or proposal that you think might be a good fit for Bits to Atoms, we would be happy to discuss potential collaboration opportunities.
Additionally, if you are working on a DfAM-related project and would like some assistance or guidance, we may be able to provide support and resources to help you succeed. Contact us to learn more and see how we can help you unlock the potential of additive manufacturing.
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