Zach Kaplan of Inventables on 3D Carving and Empowering Makers

December 10, 2016

2:30 pm

The tech world is budding and new technologies are being invented every day. But what about inventions that power inventors?

Zach Kaplan is the founder and CEO of Inventables, which makes software and hardware for 3D carving. Their flagship products, Easel, Carvey, and X-Carve are used by a new wave of makers to develop everything from circuit boards to skate boards. Zach was named a “modern Leonardo” by the Museum of Science and Industry and a 40 under 40 by Crain’s Chicago Business. Inventables has the stated goal of putting a 3D carver in every classroom by the end of the decade.

Listen to the link below to hear his thoughts on everything from the future of 3D carving to Inventables storied past to how he hopes to empower makers in the tech world.


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Colin Keeley is the founder and host of Tech In Chicago, an independent podcast with interviews from Chicago’s top startup founders and venture capitalists.

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