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David Tucker

David is a product developer with expertise in new Technology adoption. He has introduced new production methods and materials in the Passenger Vehicle, Commercial Vehicle, and High-Tech Verticals. David's focus is two-fold 1) make higher value products, and 2) products that are easily manufactured. Additionally, he’s worked in the Additive Manufacturing Industry developing go-to-market strategies to enable sales growth, by productizing new Additive Manufacturing capabilities and selling channels. David has a double B.S. in Product Design and Plastics Engineering Technology from Ferris State University, an operations-focused MBA from Wayne State University, and an MS in Technology Management from Portland State University.

Kristin Mulherin

Kristin is the founder of AM-Cubed, a commercial strategy consultancy focused on the commercial arm of additive manufacturing, and is the President of Women in 3D Printing, a non-profit with a community of 30,000+ men and women worldwide. She brings a uniquely high-level strategic view of the 3D printing industry having worked with material manufacturers, software providers, printer OEMs, and service bureaus. She now enjoys working with a myriad of clients on initiatives that capitalize on her engineering background and nearly 20 years of commercial leadership experience. Kristin has an M.S. in Materials Science & Engineering from UCLA and an MBA from the University of Southern California (USC).

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