Updated: May 17, 2021
Got to interview Devin from @Make Anything !
00:00 - Intro
0:53 - Sponsor
1:23 - Welcome Devin
2:10 - How did you become a 3D print designer/influencer?
4:20 - When did you decide to become a product designer?
5:00 - What was your first 3D printer?
5:45 - Are your parents designers too?
6:44 - What is your process for making YouTube content?
8:00 - What kind of videos did you make before Make Anything started?
9:25 - What is your favorite aspect of 3D printing?
10:40 - What were your childhood hobbies?
12:00 - What do you think the future of 3D printing is headed?
12:50 - Have you tried generative design yet?
14:19 - Are you afraid of Ai taking our design jobs?
15:20 - How do you find creative ideas?
15:50 - When did the Make Anything subreddit begin?
16:20 - Have you tried the 80/20 principle?
17:08 - What advice would you give upcoming 3D print designers?
18:55 - Would you recommend selling 3D files or 3D print on demand?
20:12 - What product are you working on currently?
20:24 - Where can we get your new product?
20:55 - Where do you 3D print on demand your products?
22:15 - Do you ever have to deal with people stealing your 3D designs / IP?
23:45 - Have you tried micro-content yet? (TikTok / Shorts / Fleets)
25:09 - Where can we find your latest projects?
25:48 - Let's play a game!
26:00 - PLA or TPU?
26:05 - FDM or SLA?
26:13 - 3D Scan or 3D Model?
26:23 - Supports or No Supports
26:28 - STL or OBJ?
26:34 - Precision modeling or Sculpting?
26:42 - PrusaSlicer or Cura?
27:54 - MyMiniFactory or Cults3D?
27:59 - Shapeways or 3D Hubs?
28:09 - Practical or decorative design?
28:20 - Digital Download or Print-on-Demand?
28:31 - Sell a Product or Take on a Client?
28:49 - Any final advice for future 3D print designers?
Youtube: @Make Anything