In this podcast, I was joined by James Hedrick who's the Co-Founder and Head of Business Development at Azul 3D.
James is member of the renowned Forbes 30 Under 30 list and started his first ever company at the age of 16. The profits from this company went towards paying for his college tuition at MIT. He then went on to earn his PhD at Northwestern University with Professor Mirkin, where he developed the seminal technology that’s at the core of what Azul 3D do.
Azul 3D are a 3D printing company and they’re looking to change the way additive manufacturing is used. Here’s what happened when Ben and James caught up and talked about the future for Azul 3D and the additive manufacturing industry.
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