Hit Web Series Will Feature an Expanded Second Season
(PRUnderground) February 12th, 2020
Additive Manufacturing Media has announced that February 17th will be the premiere of season 2 of The Cool Parts Show, a YouTube series all about the advance of 3D printing into industrial production. The series will continue to be hosted by Senior Editor Stephanie Hendrixson and Editor-in-Chief Peter Zelinski. Each episode explores the design, manufacture and potential impact of a specific 3D printed part with host discussion and expert commentary. Season 2 highlights production and proof-of-concept parts from the automotive, consumer, UAV, dental and research industries.
“We are grateful for the support and enthusiasm surrounding the first season of the show,” Hendrixson says. “In season two, we’ll continue to explore how 3D printing is changing manufacturing through a brand-new set of cool parts. Viewers can expect the same accessible show format, but with a few new twists.”
Season 2 is being produced in partnership with season sponsor Carpenter Additive. Episodes will include segments in which Hendrixson and Zelinski tour various aspects of Carpenter’s newly opened Emerging Technology Center in Athens, Alabama.
“The partnership with Carpenter Additive has given us the chance to take The Cool Parts Show inside a new, modern, advanced manufacturing facility purpose-built for additive production – a facility that lets us show viewers different stages in the process such as HIPping and inspecting additive parts, but also show viewers a glimpse at the future of manufacturing facilities and the way that an increasing number of production parts will be made,” Zelinski says.
Episodes will post weekly to Additive Manufacturing online (additivemanufacturing.media) and to the Additive Manufacturing YouTube channel.
Complete show information is available at: gbm.media/coolparts
About Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing is devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing technology. The focus is on the ways manufacturers are using this technology to make tooling, molds, functional prototypes and end-use production parts in a range of industry sectors.Press Contact
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