Design Editor
Joe spent 10 years working as a graphic designer before pursuing a masters degree in animation at the University of Southern California. At USC Joe became the university’s Adobe Scholar and also was awarded an Annenberg Fellowship that required him to collaborate with the school  of engineering. Through this collaboration Joe began to conceptualize workflows that combined animation and 3D printing. After attaining his Masters, Joe provided his media  expertise to various manufacturing organizations for training, marketing, and advocacy purposes. He has deep experience creating models for 3D printing, animation and video games simultaneously, and teaches modeling and animation at Pasadena City College.



Soon You May Check Out Some 3D-Printable Nucleotides at Your Local Library

Since libraries could be considered to be the "archives of knowledge" gluing society together, it is rather appropriate that they become repositories of 3D printable ideas as well. Giving...

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The Rise of 3D Printing on National Manufacturing Day

A number of factors are contributing to an increased interest in American manufacturing, such as in-shoring (bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.), educational... [read more]

MatterMachine Simplifies the Supply Chain and Allows for Mass Customization

A number of entrepreneurs have already speculated that additive manufacturing will play a pivotal role in scaling down the complexity of today's supply chain. For those unfamiliar...

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Joshua Harker Kickstarts R&D on New 3D Printing Technology

Whether it is paint, clay or pixels, artists strive to use the best tools and materials possible to ensure success. This race to perfection can be seen in every artistic era throughout history...

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Pasadena City College Design Tech Students Produce Tactile 3D Printed Maps

No longer purely for research and prototyping, 3D printing is being used to manufacture enabling devices ranging from prosthetics to hearing aids that are improving the quality of life for... [read more]