Join Women in 3D Printing in Colorado

Our own Heidi Hostetter has brought a new chapter of Women in 3D Printing to Colorado.

This is part of her work and our ongoing effort to provide networking and education opportunities related to 3D printing and additive manufacturing to Colorado and beyond.

For details on our first meeting on Thursday, August 16, 2018 in Denver, visit the Meetup event page.

Join us for a casual, free get-together in August and monthly thereafter to network with and learn from members of the Women in 3D Printing community. All are welcome, from those new to 3D printing to veterans.

Our friends at ICOSA will host this event. Sponsor packages are available.

This is one of the first chapters to be established. The group is quickly growing, with more than 700 members. Initial chapters were established in San Francisco and Paris. Other new chapters being established include New York City and Winnipeg.

Learn more about Women in 3D Printing North America on Meetup, as well.

For ongoing local chapter meetings in Colorado and around the world, visit the Wi3DP event page.

To start your own chapter, visit Wi3DP’s page on becoming a local ambassador.

About Women in 3D Printing

Women in 3D Printing is an organization dedicated to promoting, supporting and inspiring women who are using Additive Manufacturing technologies. Our mission is to increase the visibility of women in the Additive Manufacturing industry and encourage more women to use 3D Printing technologies.

Wi3DP Testimonials

“Women In 3D Printing is a diverse, welcoming, and highly supportive community of ladies seeking to explore possibilities and showcase the potential of a game-changing technology. With members of the art, fashion, architecture, design, food, robotics, manufacturing, and engineering fields, gatherings are a treat. I always look forward to reading the members showcase and have made a few new friends since joining!”

― Sarah O’Sell – Wi3DP Seattle ambassador

“As a woman in tech innovation, it can be very isolating without a shared experience. Women in 3D Printing has brought together amazing women from all backgrounds and experience levels, centering on one interest and passion – additive technology. It has helped me find new sources of inspiration and build a stronger diverse network. Wi3D is poised to become a catalyst for the industry. I highly recommend joining the group and taking advantage of all the information and events.”

― Tracy Hazzard – Inc. Innovation Columnist and Host of WTFFF?! 3D Printing Podcast

“I am wanting to become involved with Women in 3D printing, and starting the local Meetup Chapter in Winnipeg to increase the gender diversity in our community. I typically am not one to single out women and I always seems to have been part of male-dominated industries and activities. Even in High School and University, I ran with the boys because they were the ones that I could keep up with. Today, I do see the benefits of our community having a […]

― Marney Stapley – Essential Explanations of 3D Printing fabbaloo.com & Wi3DP Winnipeg ambassador

“Budding from a shared interest in 3D printing, the WI3DP community has grown into a safe space to share experiences, exchange tips, and be inspired in what is a predominately male industry. From industry experts to students studying this new tech and its even newer applications, to those just discovering 3D printing as a new found interest, WI3DP and its meetups provide a supportive and much-needed community for women around the world.”

― Jennifer Shin – Wi3DP Paris ambassador

“As one of a few in an industry that’s predominately male, the Wi3DP community has created a platform to and shined a light on all the hardworking women in this industry that I may not have otherwise known of and about. I’m excited to be a part of this and to spread the community in the NYC area.”

― Christina Perla – Co-Founder & CEO Makelab & Wi3DP NYC ambassador

“One of the biggest ways we can encourage women to become involved with 3D Printing is by giving women role models in the industry, which WI3DP is doing a great job in tackling. I really appreciate the platform that WI3DP has created. I’m looking forward to starting the Munich chapter and bringing together women in our community!”

― Monica Smith – Application Development Consultant at EOS & Wi3DP Munich ambassador

“I’m thrilled to be part of women in 3D printing network, as an ambassador. I want to use my platform as a woman in technology to encourage more women and girls into STEAM careers. I’m looking forward to growing the U.K. Chapter this year and creating exciting opportunities for collaboration with makers and digital disruptors from across the globe.”

― Kadine James – 3D Technology Lead at Hobs Studio & Wi3DP London ambassador

“Women in 3D Printing is leading the way in making a change for women in this sector; not only by encouraging more women to enter the industry but by helping to consolidate our position in this industry. I think with a common passion for 3D printing this group will be a force to reckoned with in the years to come. I am delighted to be a part of it and look forward to flying the flag here in Ireland!”

― Deirdre MacCormack – Mcor Chief Marketing Officer