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Many people turn to podcasts to change lonely commutes into enriching journeys and fill isolated moments during the day with inspirational and colourful stories. We have many stories to tell and interesting topics to explore, and we want to do this with you! 

Talking Additive is the 3D printing podcast where we explore the impact of additive manufacturing with business innovators. The show is hosted by Matt Griffin and brought to you by Ultimaker. 



Every 2 weeks on Tuesday a new episode is added. They’re available on TalkingAdditive.com and major podcast directories, such as Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and TuneIn. Below you can find all episodes we've produced, please check them out and sign up if you like to be notified about future episodes


  • Episode 1: The 3 stages of adopting additive, with Matthew Forrester, L’Oréal 
  • Episode 2: Application-driven materials, with Danielle Glasbergen-Benning, DSM 
  • Episode 3: The future of manufacturing 
  • Episode 4: Roadmaps for 3D printing in education
  • Episode 5: Materials compounding and future of FFF materials, with Thomas Collet, LEHVOSS Group
  • Episode 6: AM in the defense industry and STEM education, with CAPT Brad Baker, US Naval Academy
  • Episode 7Motion plastics: unlocking new functionality for 3D printed parts, with Niklas Eutebach, Igus
  • Episode 8: 3D printing in the food and beverages industry
  • Episode 9: 3D printing in architecture: Taking design to new levels
  • Episode 10: Digital warehouse for on-demand manufacturing
  • Episode 11: Creating tools, jigs, and fixtures on the road to end-use parts with Jabil
  • Episode 12: Injection molding and 3D printing
  • Episode 13: Engineering certified parts, with Job van de Sande, ERIKS
  • Episode 14: Engineering-grade polymers for high-performance applications
  • Episode 15: Creating an inventory of digital parts with Azoth
  • Episode 16: Metal FFF and performance polymers with BASF
  • Episode 17: Identifying industrial applications for 3D printing
  • Episode 18: Celebrating the 2020 Ultimaker Innovators list
  • Episode 19: Adopting 3D printing within your organization
  • Episode 20: The evolving role of 3D printing in CAD, Tinkercad and Fusion360 from Autodesk
  • Episode 21: Meet Ultimaker’s new CEO, Jürgen von Hollen
  • Episode 22: Optimizing Ultimaker Cura slicing for function
  • Episode 23: Embedding STEAM across the curriculum with a 3D makerspace
  • Episode 24: 3D printing software at work in manufacturing
  • Episode 25: Ultimaker turns 10: A look back



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The thread didn't get many replies but luckily the podcast did get many listeners! And with the 10th episode live, season 1 ends. But no worries, we'll be back on September 15th with brand new episodes and a brand new season. 


You can find all episodes of season 1 via the links above, they’re also available on TalkingAdditive.com and major podcast directories, such as Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and TuneIn.  




As always, let us know if you have any feedback! We love to hear back from our users and followers. 

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    We just launched the first episode of season two! We're looking back at a very inspiring first season and we hope you've enjoyed listening to it as much as we've had creating it. For this season we want to take it a little bit further. We've been privileged and honoured to take part in so many inspiring discussions, but why should it only be us?

    We would like to invite you to listen to episode 11, Creating tools, jigs, and fixtures on the road to end-use parts, where we talk with Matt Torosian from Jabil. If you have any questions you want to ask Matt Torosian following this episode send them to us via #TalkingAdditive on Twitter.


    Next week Tuesday, 22nd of September, 11-12am ET and 5-6pm CET, Matt will respond to your questions! Don't miss out, join the conversation!

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    We've started answering questions from our listeners! If you also want to take part in the conversation and want to ask Talking Additive, Jabil, or Ultimaker a question you still can. You can join or just read the conversation via: https://twitter.com/talkingadditive/with_replies

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