William "Bill" Steele co-founder of Polar 3D and the inventor of the Polar 3D Printer, will be the featured speaker at the Inventor's Council of Cincinnati on Tuesday, January 5th, at 7:00 PM, at the Cincinnati Public Library, 800 Vine Street, Room 301 (3rd Floor), Cincinnati.
The Inventor-Preneur's Journey
The topic of the presentation is "The Polar 3D Inventor-Preneur's Journey: From Concept to Market."
Polar 3D offers the first affordable and practical, precision 3D printing solution for home, schools and colleges. The Polar 3D printer is the world's first 3D Printer based on polar coordinates. This radical design innovation enables an open-view and round, rotatable, slideable build platform that delivers four times the build volume at 75% less cost than competitors.
The Polar3D printer is more than just a printer. It's a set of powerful proprietary software products and services, easy to setup and use. And the affordable price makes it perfect for the home or the classroom.
The Inventor's Council
The Inventor’s Council of Cincinnati (ICC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the education and support of the independent inventor. From developing and protecting innovative ideas to making and selling them, or finding someone to do it for you, the ICC can help. They provide the support needed to help make informed decisions about where you and your products are going.
The Inventor’s Council of Cincinnati meets every month to provide a forum for education and discussion. Featured expert speakers present on topics of interest to independent inventors. is open for sharing and answering questions. Presentations are free of charge and open to the public!
Free on-street parking is available at meters after 5:30 or park for $2 at the Garfield Garage on 9th, just west of Vine.