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3D printing & 3D scanning, Poole

  • Lecture
  • Poole
  • 15 March 2018
  • 18:00 - 20:00
3D printing & 3D scanning, Poole

About this event

Throughout the event John will cover many subjects including; An introduction to 3D printing & 3D scanning technologies, The top 8 reasons why you should be using 3D printing and Explaining why a 3D scanner is now a must have tool. There will be live 3D printing in the room and 3D scan data from current projects to view. Also you will have the chance to see 3D printed samples which include plaster of paris, wax, plastics and metals.

Overview of the event:

  • Introduction to 3D printing & scanning technologies.
  • Overview on materials and rapid manufacturing systems.
  • The top 8 reasons why to should be using 3D printing.
  • Explaining why a 3D scanner is now a must have tool.
  • Examples of current 3D projects.
  • Questions and Answers.


John Cousins

John is founder and MD of isodo3D, an innovative 3D printing company based in Hampshire. John is a creative and highly motivated professional with 26 years' experience in Telecoms, Sport, Media and 3D printing. Prior to setting up isodo3d, John served more than 15 years in various senior executive positions within the telecoms industry.

John started his career in the fixed telecommunication sector back in 1990 and in 2001 set-up In-tech telecom providing Telephony, Broadband, Mobile and IT Services. Recently he was the Operations Director for Peach Telecom responsible for engineering, maintenance, broadband and customer services.

John is currently responsible for shaping isodo3d's long-term vision of innovation across the company with a heavy focus on 3D printing and scanning within the engineering sector. He and his team are shaping isodo3d's revolutionary strategies, driving this emerging technology into customer focus, while exploring and enhancing the big ideas that are important to isodo3d.

Event venue

RNLI Lifeboat College
West Quay Road
Poole BH15 1HZ
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Charlotte Pascoe

e: charlotte.pascoe@ice.org.uk