Design, Manufacturing, Olympics, and 3DEXPERIENCE World with the Center for Advanced Design

Wow, it is hard to believe that 2020 is already here, and it is already full of vision memes and comparisons that 1990 is as close as 2050.  With all the fun of a new decade, we took and opportunity to start things off right by chatting with Jesse and Marc from the Center for Advanced Design (CAD) in the latest episode of the 3DEXPERIENCE podcast.

If you haven’t heard of these guys, you are truly missing out.  Check out their website here.  CAD is one of a kind design firm that helps companies expand their capabilities to bring products to the market and also facilitate the manufacturing of products internally or with a network of companies both locally and internationally. You can also learn more about the minds behind the Center of Advanced Design in this blog post.

On top of that, they are just cool people who love learning and sharing their knowledge with anyone they meet.  This episode of The 3DEXPERIENCE podcast is pretty unique as we talk through a wide array of topics in design, manufacturing, recycling, Olympics, as well as the upcoming 3DEXPERIENCE World that will be in Nashville, TN, Feb 9-12 2020.

If you haven’t heard, 3DEXPERIENCE World is where designers and manufacturers from all over the world converge to learn about the latest technology and share their knowledge.  From CAD to ERP/MES, there is something for everyone at this event.  Luckily, Jesse, Marc and Mike Shultz will be sharing their story of designing and manufacturing prosthetics that Mike uses to compete in the Olympics and how he was able to continue to succeed as a professional athlete. Check out the podcast before you make it to 3DEXPERIENCE World and stop by the shop floor to chat with John and I as we showcase machining the prosthetic live during the event!


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Mike Buchli

Mike Buchli

Michael Buchli has 20 years of design and manufacturing experience throughout the Midwest ranging from Aerospace to recycling systems. A number of those years were spent learning and understanding workflows and processes to improve efficiency and productivity. From running CNC equipment to welding and painting Michael has been hands-on in all aspects of bringing products to market. Michael is also certified in many areas of mfg and a CSWP. He has also written the CAMWorks Handbook.