Konrad Malik is not your typical CEO. He’s not a button-down suit and tie kind of guy. He wears crazy colored sneakers and designer duds. But, underneath that exterior, he’s serious about his business.
That business is RapidMake 3D Printing, a Toronto-based company that makes smaller 3D printers that have helped push the technology into the consumer market. Entering the 3D manufacturing revolution almost on the ground floor, RapidMake provides 3D printing services to large-scale manufacturers, drafting designs for smaller companies and collaborative engineering contracts.
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