Tuan Tranpham | 3D Printing: Plastic, Metal, and Composite
Who is Tuan Tranpham?
Hear Tuan Tranpham‘s firsthand account of escaping Vietnam as a refugee at the age of 6, landing in a Malaysian camp, then landing in Denmark where he lived for the next 20+ years.
From Denmark, Tuan Tranpham came to the US via Intel during his semiconductor days, then quickly transitioned into the 3D printing space where he has spent the last 18 years of his career becoming an expert in plastic, metal, and composite 3D printing technologies.
Tuan currently works for AREVO, where they have developed a 6-axis robotic process for “true” 3D printing of composite materials.
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