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2020 is almost at its end, and that is usually the time to reflect upon ourselves and the world around us. Look back at all we did and were able to achieve. For all the things that might make 2020 an infamous year, there was also a lot of innovation, growth and progress we witnessed. At Ultimaker we wanted to celebrate all the innovation we’ve been blessed to come across. Not only in 2020, but also beyond. Together, this formed the foundation for the 2020 Ultimaker Innovators list. 




The Ultimaker Innovators list. 
We wish to celebrate and honor the innovators that push forward the field, technology and world. We opted to not present it as a competition or ranked list. Every innovator has earned his spot on that list in their own way. We also look at the 3D printing industry as a whole and not limit the list to those only using Ultimaker. 


How did we select this year’s list?
For 2020’s Ultimaker Innovators list, entries were nominated by colleagues from all over Ultimaker. The final list was compiled from those nominees by Ultimaker’s Community and Content Marketing teams. Do you feel like we missed someone? You can nominate yourself or others for the 2021 list at the end of this year's list.




Who are the Ultimaker Innovators?
They represent a very diverse group of people, creating innovation on many different levels. Like: 

  • Innovation; Achieving new things with additive and distributed manufacturing that are beyond the industry standard
  • Impact; Benefits for customers, colleagues, and communities – in particular positive environmental and social impact
  • Inspiration; Encouraging or facilitating adoption of 3D printing and nurturing skills of others
  • Diversity; appliance of 3D printing in new areas and applications

From architecture to manufacturing, from automotive to healthcare to art – and everywhere in between – we believe the 2020 Ultimaker Innovators list is a great way close 2020 – and start a new one.


Ready to meet this year’s Ultimaker Innovators? Visit the list on the Ultimaker website and get inspired.

Do you feel like we missed someone? Nominate yourself or others for the 2021 list at the bottom of this page

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Posted · Ultimaker Innovators list 2020
On 12/18/2020 at 1:58 PM, AndersK said:

Dead links to me 😞


Still? We had some issues last week, but they were only temporary and should be resolved by now. Thanks for letting us know! 

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