Scene Podcast: Movers and Makers with Rick Pollack of MakerGear

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In this episode of the Movers and Makers podcast, Scene creative director James Krouse talks with Rick Pollack of MakerGear about what it takes to be a 3D Printer Manufacturer. His Cleveland area based company started building these machines for a niche market in 2009. Today, the company ships them all over the world. But who's buying them? And for what?

Rick also talks about MakerGear's sponsorship of the upcoming Scene Holiday Hackathon and the local Cleveland scene around Makers.



You can find more information on MakerGear at MakerGear.com.

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