It is a well known and well documented fact that the 3D printing industry, and manufacturing in general, suffers from an employee skills gap. Added to this, is the issue of representation, and the potential advantages that diversity brings to any company seeking to reach a broad customer base.
Set up by 2018 3D Printing Industry Advocate of the Year Nominee Nora Touré, Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) seeks to promote, support and inspire one such group that is underrepresented within additive manufacturing. This year, the initiative has produced and supported the publication of a quarterly report concerned with Diversity for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM).
Written by Sarah Goehrke, journalist and Editor-in-Chief of 3DPrint.com, the Q1 2018 report provides subjective and objective reviews of women working in the 3D printing industry.
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