Youtuber James Hobson, aka the Hacksmith (left), and Dr Jonathan Morris, co-director of the 3D printing/anatomic modeling laboratory at the Mayo Clinic.
Youtuber James Hobson, aka the Hacksmith (left), and Dr Jonathan Morris, co-director of the 3D printing/anatomic modeling laboratory at the Mayo Clinic.

The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) has named the two keynote speakers for its conference, taking place from 22-26 March 2020 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. 

On 24 March youtuber James Hobson, aka the Hacksmith, will discuss a range of projects featured on his YouTube channel. Hobson’s company, Hacksmith Entertainment, turns fictional ideas from movies, video games, and graphic novels into working prototypes.

On 26 March, Dr Jonathan Morris, co-director of the 3D printing/anatomic modeling laboratory at the Mayo Clinic, will share his experiences in using AM in medicine. His special interests are the use of 3D printing for preoperative planning and custom surgical guides.

This story uses material from AMUG, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.