Todd is an accomplished writer and photographer who is fascinated by all things technological. His work has been published by the Associated Press, The Grand Rapids Press, Advance Newspapers, HBO and the Chicago Tribune. He also has worked as a technical writer and developer for Fortune 500 companies such as BAAN, Steelcase and Corning, Inc. Todd graduated from Michigan State University.
Though it's been around for 30 years, 3D printing was, for most of that history, principally used as a tool to help designers create product prototypes via computer-aided design software...[read more]
During the 15th century, Masquerade balls, allegorical celebrations of Royal events of medieval court life, were the party happenings to attend. Once they were extended to include the Great...[read more]
The Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) method was developed by Cranfield University in the UK and BAE Systems to produce stable, customized metal...[read more]