Blogger, speaker, designer, maker, Daniel does it all!
Whether it´s improving ways to apply 3D printing to everyday life, or developing mesmerizing projects to showcase 3D printing – Daniel knows how to get the job done and always with a smile on his face.
Born and raised in Sweden he quickly realised that he had a passion for making things. Fascinated by the realms of modern production tools he quickly embraced the philosophy of digital design and manufacturing which opened the doors to the world of CAD/CAM.
Since the day a MakerBot Thing-O-Matic found it´s way to Daniel´s home he´s become one of the most popular advocates for open source 3Dprinting.
Push the boundaris of 3D Printing with his “OpenR/C Project”, build and run the CAD/CAM blog TopSolidBlog.com, start up a thriving community with thousands of creative people or winning design awards and inspire others are just some of the things Daniel can check on his to-do list.
Since day one he´s charged ahead to innovate and give as much back to the 3D printing community as he has gotten out of it.
Companies like Formlabs, Ultimaker, MakerBot, colorFabb, Prusa Research, Polymaker, SeeMeCNC, ZYYX and many others use Daniel´s designs for marketing & testing.
Daniel and his work have been featured on a variety of sites including Techcrunch, 3Ders.org, Hackaday, 3Dprint.com, DIYdrones.com, 3DprintingIndustry.com, fabbaloo, 3Dnatives, All3DP, Adafruit and others.