ATI member company honored for its work to make 3D printing accessible and sustainable.
The Consumer Technology Association has named ATI member company re:3D its Company of the Year for 2020.
The CTA’s annual Hall of Fame induction honors innovators of the past who creates today’s consumer technology industries, as well as current entrepreneurs inventing the industries of the future. The CTA represents over 2,200 consumer technology companies in the US and organizes the massive Consumer Electronics Show (CES) each year.
Explaining the award, the CTA wrote, “After traveling with Engineers Without Borders-Johnson Space Center and while still working for NASA in 2013, Samantha Snabes founded re:3D Inc. The company manufactures Gigabot, an affordable industrial 3D printer that can directly print using plastic waste, allowing anyone worldwide to access their own personal 3D printing factory.”
re:3D describes itself as “a social enterprise pioneering new innovations to decimate the cost and scale barriers to 3D printing in order to create jobs and enable problem-solvers worldwide to independently address local needs.”
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