Just two months ago, London-based startup Satori , which wants to empower creativity for its clients through the use of 3D printing, launched its first professional 3D printer, the compact ST1600 .
Satori means “enlightenment” in Japanese Zen, which was just one of several details that interested me about the company. The other big thing is that it is a female-led business, which I am always excited to hear about. I was thrilled when I got the chance to speak to Satori’s CEO, interdisciplinary tech entrepreneur Chengxi Wang, CFA , about the company, as well as her thoughts on women in the additive manufacturing sector. First, some background on Satori. The resin-based desktop ST1600 printer features a 120 x 192 x 120 mm build platform, which uses UV light curing to simultaneously produce up to six dentures; this means that production time per model is less than an hour. The ST1600 can be used for multiple applications: obviously dental , but also to make jewelry , eyewear, drones , drinkware, and much more, such as interior design products meant for a working from home (WFH) environment. At the same time that Satori launched the system, it also introduced a […]
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