Hardik Kabaria | Lattice Structure 3D Printing – 3D Printed COVID-19 Test Swab

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Lattice Structure 3D Printing – 3D printed COVID 19 Test Swab | Hardik Kabaria

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Who is Hardik Kabaria?

Hardik Kabaria is the Director of Software Engineering at Carbon. His engineering background and knowledge of software allow him to lead the team to produce Lattice Structure 3D Printing – a 3D-printed COVID-19 Test Swab to solve the sudden swab shortage.

Hardik Kabaria is in charge of Carbon’s Design Engine development. Hardik also works on the surface and volumetric parameterization, parametrizing topology changes, working with an implicit neural representation of 3D geometry, linear algebra-mixed-integer solvers, PDE constrained optimization tools, and physics simulations based on finite element framework.

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