3-D Printing Software Focus of Tech Meet-up

Brady Adams talked about Teton Simulation at Monday night's tech meet-up. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Brady Adams talked about Teton Simulation at Monday night's tech meet-up. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A Laramie-based startup company that's working on simulation software for 3-D printed parts was the focus of a tech meet-up Monday night at CoWork at the Montgomery.

Brady Adams, who's a software architect, said Teton Simulation was established in 2017 and now has six employees.

Adams told those at the meet-up that the 3-D printing market is expected to blow up in about 10 years. He said the focus of Teton Simulation isn't the actual printing of materials but to provide simulation software and consulting to those who do want to use 3-D in manufacturing.

Scot Rendall, who's director of the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan, said the goal of the meet-ups is to get people together.

Sponsored by the Wyoming Technology Business Center and Phorge, a non-profit makerspace organization in Sheridan, the meet-ups are open to anyone interested in tech businesses, who are professional service providers or who just have ideas they'd like to share.

The meet-ups have been monthly, but Rendall said because of all the activities in Sheridan during the summer, Monday's would be the last meet-up until September.

Scot Rendall, left, visits with a meet-up attendee. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Scot Rendall, left, visits with a meet-up attendee. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Donna Kinskey, right, manager of CoWork at the Montgomery, visits witth another attendee.  (Photo by Pat Blair)
Donna Kinskey, right, manager of CoWork at the Montgomery, visits witth another attendee. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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