Industry Europe: IE Talks To Essentium CEO Blake Teipel

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With COVID-19 sweeping its way across the globe at an unprecedented scale, the effect it has unleashed on businesses is something nobody could have predicted. With this comes a particular danger to those on the frontlines, where the standard measures of social distancing cannot be met.

3D printing as an industry is still in its relative infancy; however, COVID-19 has provided unexpected room for innovation. Today we speak to Blake Teipel, the CEO of US 3D printing company, Essentium, on how they have shifted their production in the wake of a global catastrophe.

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