You Sew Right 3D – Out to Lunch – It’s New Orleans
There are two types of people in the world. The type that think 3D printing is the new industrial revolution. And the type that says, “What the heck is 3D printing?”
There’s a local 3D printing company called Entrescan that’s hoping to convert the type B folks to Type A with a phone app called Scandy.
On this episode of Out to Lunch Peter’s talking about Scandy and 3D printing with Entrescan’s Charles Carriere.
He’s also talking to two people with manufacturing businesses that are anything but revolutionary or industrial.
Liz Cooke is has a hand-drawn graphic design business called Lionheart Prints.
Melanie Kostrzewa sews fashion for little girls under the name The Twirl Shop.
Melanie and Liz met at a coffee shop and have an inspiring story about starting and running creative businesses.
Charles Carriere might just change the world.
This conversation is an illustration of the vast range of current New Orleans entrepreneurship: from Etsy-based home businesses to the most cutting edge revolutionary app-based 3D printing.
Photos at Commander’s Palace by Dionne Grayson.