Kelley McCarroll-Gilbert, Business Development Director, Global adidas Programs at Carbon in Los Angeles, California joined Adam J. Penna on the AM Voices podcast to explore Kelley’s history and experience in additive manufacturing as well as discover what Carbon has been doing to lead vat photopolymerization 3D printing applications, design tools, customer success, product performance and innovation at scale.
• Kelley’s passion for additive manufacturing and working with customers at Carbon.
• How to identify applications that are a good fit for additive for Carbon technology.
• Carbons hardware, software design tools and materials that sets them apart and come together to create better products.
• Characteristics of successful customers.
• How product performance improvements are measured.
• How Carbon is uniquely positioned to bring innovative products to market at scale both through a partner network of proven contract manufacturers and through in-house production.
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Kelley McCarroll-Gilbert is a Business Development Director on Carbon’s Application Development Team. Kelley leads a portfolio of applications, partnering with customers to implement the DLS technology into new break-through products and successfully scale to high-volume production. Kelley’s key focus to date has been on premium foam-replacement, working to replace foam with variable-density lattice parts. Prior to Carbon, Kelley worked in Business Development & Strategy at TPG, a global investment firm, and in Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank. Kelley attended University of California, Los Angeles.
Carbon is a 3D printing technology company helping businesses to develop better products and bring them to market in less time. The Carbon DLS™ process combines versatile printers, advanced software, and best-in-class materials to deliver functional parts with end-use performance and aesthetics, helping engineers and designers to create products that outperform expectations. From prototyping and low-volume production to production-at-scale, global organizations use the Carbon process to create a wide range of functional end-use parts and print them reliably wherever and whenever they need them through Carbon’s production network partners. Carbon is a venture-backed company headquartered in Redwood City, CA. To learn more, follow Carbon on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.