is co-founder of MakerBot Industries
, one of the companies leading the 3D printer revolution. After helping to create the MakerBot, the first widely available 3D printer, he has moved on from the company and relocated to Shenzhen. In Shenzhen he spends his free time exploring the largest electronics markets in the world, making and inventing.
He's now the Program Director at HAXLR8R
, an accelerator program for hardware based startups that connects the Silicon Valley with the manufacturing centers in South China.
We'll talk with Zach about the future he helped to create, a future where everyone has access to easily create 3D objects. We'll also discuss his role as an advisor and program director at one of the hottest accelerators in the hardware startup space.