Marcus Weddle

Marcus Weddle

3D Printing Marketing Specialist at CADD Edge , Inc.

Location:
241 Boston Post Rd W 2nd Fl, Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(508) 305-2800

General Information

Experience

Director of Marketing  - ConEst Software Systems

Affiliations

Marketing Director  - Sky-Skan Inc

Marketing Manager  - ARC Energy company

Recent News  

This guest post was written by Marcus Weddle of CADDEDGE.

Read More

CADD Edge showed off an intricate, 3D-printed, finger-sized model of a cathedral. Built on an Objet Eden260VS 3D printer from Stratasys, the cathedral includes highly detailed windows, spires, and even interior doors. CADD Edge said the key to the construction was the printer's use of a soluble support material, which washes away after it enables the complex parts to be built. 'It's ideal for an architect or engineer who wants parts to be perfect, even at five-thousandths scale,' said Marcus Weddle of CADD Edge. (Source: CADD Edge)
CADD Edge showed off an intricate, 3D-printed, finger-sized model of a cathedral. Built on an Objet Eden260VS 3D printer from Stratasys, the cathedral includes highly detailed windows, spires, and even interior doors. CADD Edge said the key to the construction was the printer's use of a soluble support material, which washes away after it enables the complex parts to be built. "It's ideal for an architect or engineer who wants parts to be perfect, even at five-thousandths scale," said Marcus Weddle of CADD Edge. (Source: CADD Edge)

Read More

CADD Edge showed off an intricate, 3D-printed, finger-sized model of a cathedral. Built on an Objet Eden260VS 3D printer from Stratasys, the cathedral includes highly detailed windows, spires, and even interior doors. CADD Edge said the key to the construction was the printer's use of a soluble support material, which washes away after it enables the complex parts to be built. 'It's ideal for an architect or engineer who wants parts to be perfect, even at five-thousandths scale,' said Marcus Weddle of CADD Edge. (Source: CADD Edge)
Design News - News - Slideshow: 'Design & Manufacturing Philadelphia' Recap Provides Peek at Latest Engineering Innovations CADD Edge showed off an intricate, 3D-printed, finger-sized model of a cathedral. Built on an Objet Eden260VS 3D printer from Stratasys, the cathedral includes highly detailed windows, spires, and even interior doors. CADD Edge said the key to the construction was the printer's use of a soluble support material, which washes away after it enables the complex parts to be built. 'It's ideal for an architect or engineer who wants parts to be perfect, even at five-thousandths scale,' said Marcus Weddle of CADD Edge. (Source: CADD Edge) CADD Edge showed off an intricate, 3D-printed, finger-sized model of a cathedral. Built on an Objet Eden260VS 3D printer from Stratasys, the cathedral includes highly detailed windows, spires, and even interior doors. CADD Edge said the key to the construction was the printer's use of a soluble support material, which washes away after it enables the complex parts to be built. "It's ideal for an architect or engineer who wants parts to be perfect, even at five-thousandths scale," said Marcus Weddle of CADD Edge. (Source: CADD Edge)

Read More

Browse ZoomInfo’s Directories