Catch-up with GoEngineer and FATHOM on all things advanced manufacturing! FATHOMers Chris Blower and Scott Cullum will also be attending the conference and are available for meetings if you’d like to discuss your latest project with them privately—click through to schedule a meet-up with FATHOM at the conference or off site at your office.
Off-Site Event // GoEngineer Customer Appreciation—Cocktails & Appetizers + Raffle
Date & Time // Monday, February 11th, 2019 @ 6:30 PM -8:30 PM
Location // Eddie Deen's Ranch in Dallas
Must Register to Attend // go.studiofathom.com/sww-goe-2019-customer-event
All GoEngineer Customers are Invited—SOLIDWORKS World Attendance Not Required
SOLIDWORKS World 2019 is a collective experience that inspires and activates your capacity to bring to life ideas that change the world. The week-long event is an opportunity for all members of the SOLIDWORKS community—engineers, industry leaders, press, and partners—to meet face-to-face and share their passion for learning, engineering, manufacturing, and innovation.
Scott Cullum is a Strategic Account Manager at FATHOM with more than ten years of hands-on experience in additive and traditional manufacturing to enhance and accelerate product development and production processes. In addition to a degree in Industrial Design, he possesses certifications from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and industry-leading 3D printing equipment manufacturers. Cullum has helped teams at some of the most innovative companies in the world effectively implement additive technologies to achieve faster speeds and better products in ways not previously possible. He joined FATHOM in 2011.
Chris Blower is a hardware engineer, designer, builder, and hacker. He joined the FATHOM team in 2017 as a mechanical engineer and works closely with companies who want to accelerate their product development process. Prior to FATHOM, he founded Queen B Robotics, a drone manufacturing company, worked as a propulsion engineer at GE Aircraft Engine Services, and contracted as a software developer for several startups. Chris Blower has Master’s degrees in Mechanical, Aerospace and Astronautic Engineering from The George Washington University, D.C. and Kingston University, UK.
In 2018, FATHOM and GoEngineer announced a strategic partnership that builds on a shared vision for changing the ways products are designed, prototyped, and manufactured. FATHOM and GoEngineer leverage complementary strengths to provide each other's customers with industry-leading software, hardware, and manufacturing solutions that drive greater innovation.