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Women in 3D Printing want more speakers for their online and offline events to give as many women as possible the opportunity to share their expertise & knowledge with their peers and the general public. [Register as a potential speaker]
Fictiv Builders Coffee: Every month, I hand-pair members of the Fictiv Facebook Group based on their location, interests, and industry for a coffee (paid for by Fictiv). The next one is happening very soon, and you can [sign up here].
The Urban Manufacturing Alliance, a network of 600 practitioners across 200 cities, is conducting a State of Urban Manufacturing report to identify gaps in services that can help the sector to thrive and scale in cities. If you’re a maker or manufacturer based in Baltimore, Cincinnati, Detroit, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, or Portland, OR, [fill out the survey].
The Concorde had a droop nose that tilted down because the pilot couldn’t see over it during takeoff or landing, but it also helped to reduce drag and improve aerodynamic efficacy. [via Machine Pix]
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Fin, Hardware Evangelist at Fictiv