William “Bill” Steele and Ed Estes, a former Microsoft executive, and a former software company owner had an idea in 2013. They wanted to make a difference in the world by inspiring students to think like entrepreneurs. To free students’ creativity and bring their imagination to life – in real time – using design thinking and 3D printing. But how to do that? 3D desktop printing was expensive, hard to use, and maintain and the printers were large. A lot of those issues were brought on by the inherent and traditional way 3D printers are designed and built.
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