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Vik Olliver
Senior Analyst, The RepRap Project

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By day, Vik is a mild-mannered systems analyst for New Zealand’s leading Open Source company, Catalyst IT. By night, he transforms into a teleworking researcher in 3D fabrication for The RepRap Project at Bath University in the UK. He has worked on everything from implantable heart monitors to massive telco gateways, and from boring system analysis to 2-seater electric racing cars. He shares his time unevenly between the above, a wife, 2 daughters and 6 cats.

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Emerging Topics
Location: D137 Level: Novice
Vik Olliver (The RepRap Project)
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The RepRap Project has developed an open source design for a 3D fabricator that can print all its own custom components as well as utilitarian objects. It is cross-platform and uses a completely open source toolchain. It wants to evolve into an even more useful device, but needs to acquire a vital component -- you. Read more.
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