The 3D printing industry is historically a very male-dominated industry, and you’d struggle to find many women in leading positions.
But this situation is gradually changing for the better, and as the 3D printing industry grows in size and reach, it also grows in demographic diversity and inclusivity.
Here are the 25 most influential women in the 3D printing industry today. Each of them are shaping the way 3D printing makes a positive impact on design, engineering, personal 3D printing, and biotechnology.
Is there anyone else that you’d like to see in this list? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll add them in for a future update.
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