Speakers from the world's largest organisations will share their needs & experiences with many world first announcements. Learn of the requirements and case studies from end users and hear all about the latest innovations from companies across the value chain. In total, hear insights from 250 speakers.
In collaboration with Ron Arad and the Einstein Foundation, D2W have helped to develop and produce a Nylon SLS book, comprised of 100 pages; 3D printed all in one piece.
This 3D printed book has been achieved on behalf of the "Genius: 100 Visions of the Future" project run by the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University with the book containing texts from 100 of the World's greatest minds.
Jonathan's presentation will be the first time that the background development story of this object has been revealed, and a full size physical prototype of the book will be available to handle.
It is a real life demonstration of how with expert AM design and technology understanding, existing 3d print materials and hardware can be stretched to produce astonishing objects, today.
Jonathan Rowley is Design Director of Digits2Widgets, a Central London based 3d printing studio.
A qualified Architect, he joined Digits2Widgets at the end of 2011 in order to provide a bespoke 3d printing service utilising industrial 3d printing technology to all branches and all levels of design and manufacturing.
Digits2Widgets are more than a 3D printing bureau. With current inflated expectations of 3D printing, they encourage clients to consult with them prior to printing anything, in order to ensure that the best possible result is achieved first time.
All of the staff are 3D printing experts, but also come from a broad range of design backgrounds, so they can understand your objectives and advise on the most appropriate technologies, materials and any design modifications that will best suit your project. Their aim is to help clients make digital design and 3D printing technologies most purposeful, today.