Category Archives: RepRapis10

Interview: Chris Palmer aka Nop Head on the RepRap 10th Anniversary

To mark the 10th Anniversary of RepRap, 3D Printing Industry is interviewing early pioneers from the RepRap project and others who continue to share their work through Open Source licenses. Chris Palmer, aka Nop Head, was one of those early pioneers and helped many RepRap builders by supplying the 3D printed components necessary to construct […]

Interview: Roger Uceda, BCN3D Technologies, ‘being in an open source community multiplies your efforts exponentially’

Our series to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of RepRap continues with 3D printing insights from BCN3D Technologies. Roger Uceda is the founder of BCN3D Technologies, a division of the non-profit CIM-UPC foundation. In 2010, work began on developing a 3D printer at the research lab of the Barcelona Tech university, this project would later grow […]

Interview: Brook Drumm, Printrbot, ‘we need to roll up our sleeves and re-capture the imagination’

Our series to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the RepRap project continues this week with insights from more early pioneers. Occasionally there is confusion around the term Open Source, in particular as to whether it is incompatible with business. In this article 3D Printing Industry interviews the founder of an American company that was inspired […]

Interview: Ed Sells, RepRap ‘opened up a multi-billion dollar industry now known as 3D printing’

This week marks the 10th anniversary of the RepRap project. At 3D Printing Industry we’re interviewing some of the earlier pioneers and leading figures in the open source and FFF 3D printer world. Ed Sells became involved in the very early days of the RepRap project when he was a studying at the University of […]

Interview: Vik Olliver, the first RepRap volunteer – ‘We didn’t just build a 3D printer’

This week marks the 10th anniversary of the RepRap project. At 3D Printing Industry we’re interviewing some of the earlier pioneers and leading figures in the open source and FFF 3D printer world. Vik Olliver was the first RepRap volunteer. He is a widely recognized Open Source expert and also brought skills in hardware and […]