Meet our team
Empowering a global community of innovators with cutting edge technology
I am the fearless leader who is driving innovation at breath taking speed and ultimately responsible for building the world’s best team for Print The Future to execute its vision.
To me, Ideas on Demand, is when my children will be able to talk to a computer with machine learning and AI built in and ask it to design the best the house they could live in, in the destination of their choosing. Print The Future makes that dream a reality by 3D printing it.
I personally can't wait to 3D print a house for a village in a developing country.
Shannon Byrne Susko
Ms. Susko has 18 years of experience leading financial technology services companies in North America. Her technical expertise is coupled with extensive sales, marketing and operations experience. Ms. Susko has served on for- profit and not-for-profit boards at a regional, national and international level, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of BCAA, Norsat International, and Alberta Treasury Branches. Ms. Susko is Vancouver’s ACG and BIV 2011 Dealmaker of the Year, and Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 recipient for the year 2000.
Susan MacMurchy has a strong background creating luxury brands and marketing real estate, including pre-development planning and branding, new business development, b2b communications, and consumer sales.
As branding and creative consultant to Delos, Susan led a team of architects, interior designers, researchers, art directors, graphic designers, and writers in the initial creation of the Delos brand. Prior to her work with Delos, Susan created and executed all manner of branding, advertising, and marketing campaigns.
Her work with green, sustainable, and wellness product design has consumed the better part of the last seven years.
Mike studied entrepreneurship and interactive media at DePaul University from 2010-2013. He entered the 3D printing industry during his sophomore year in 2011 when he built his first machine and interned with MakerBot. Mike became an influential member of the DIY 3D printing community online and in Chicago with many of his projects such as establishing a standardized process from 3D scanning to printing and being featured in world renowned exhibitions including the Inside 3D Printing Conference in Chicago and New York. He later co-founded the world's first 3D printing retail and service bureau hybrid in April 2013 in downtown Chicago (3DPX).
In early 2014, he moved back to Detroit to start Manulith and MakerOS. Within one year, he grew Manulith into being the premier 3D printing service provider in Detroit with MakerOS as its backbone. Mike's mission is now to implement MakerOS to become the standard system in which advanced manufacturers operate so that they may benefit the same as Manulith has.
Recently, Mike was named the 2015 "Face of 3D Printing" by D-Business magazine.
Ms. Dennis is a top interior designer, speaker, best selling author, star of HGTV’s “The Real Designing Women” and founder of Design Campus, the nation’s leading interior design summit. She graduated from the UCLA Interior Architecture Master’s Degree Program, and specializes in green, luxury and high end, interior architecture. Ms. Dennis develops lines in home decor, furniture, lighting and fabrics for global brands. A multiple award winning designer, Ms. Dennis has been profiled in magazines, websites and TV on six continents. Ms. Dennis is as an expert in luxury and green lifestyles and speaks at events around the world.
Annalisa Capurro is the Director of Modernism Corporation Pty. Ltd., an interior designer, design educator, writer and speaker with more than 25 years experience in both Australia and abroad. Annalisa is a design educator at Sydney’s prestigious Design Centre Enmore.
I am bringing Print The Future stores to a city near you! I'm working to roll out amazing 3D printing hubs where you can have your ideas brought to life in a never-before-seen store experience.
For me, Ideas on Demand to means you are no longer constrained to preset designs that someone else has decided for you. If you can think it, it’s possible and is fully customized to fit your needs and style.
I want to print a beautiful and intricate piece for my home such as a glass chandelier.
I am a P. Eng. and in charge of making Ideas on Demand a reality using 3D printers and other exponential technologies.
Ideas on Demand invokes a highly exciting future where only the lack of imagination is the limitation to produce something. I am reminded of the holodeck and the replicators, on Star Trek, that is now in the realms of everyday society.
My first item would be to print a new cartilage for my knees so I can continue playing sports.
I lead, motivate and inspire people who write code and love to solve complex problems and related architecture. I want to bring 3D printable product catalogs online for the public to use and modify.
To me, Ideas on Demand means I can create my own custom accessories both timely and cost effectively.
I want to print my own custom accessories for my Ducati motorbike
I work to create amazing User Experiences with world class Interactivity for our technology.
To me, when I think of Ideas on Demand, I think of activities we do every day - or something for the very first time without the barriers we're used to experiencing.
I’m most excited to print wall sculptures and cartoon character figurines
My role as a Graphic Designer is to continue developing and expanding the brand, exploring the new needs in a 3D printed world, to execute our vision and ideas.
We are in a world that moves fast and wants quick answers. Every day, thousands of ideas end up not seeing the light because of many restrictions or simply people not knowing how to develop their ideas. Ideas On Demand, to me, means that we can bring your ideas to life by using our 3D print technology and removing any roadblocks in your way
I want design and create a cool set of small decor pieces for the home.
The company has great ambitions and it is an exciting time to be part of this team. My role is within the finance function of the company and mainly involves undertaking all aspects of financial management including corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting as well as development of internal control policies and procedures.
For me, Ideas on Demand means endless possibilities for people to dream up, design and produce their own unique creations. It represents an evolution of the creative process facilitated through new and exciting 3D technology.
I would love to create a unique conversational piece, like a coffee table for my home. If thinking of a small piece, I would love to print new foosball players for our office foosball table.
Gopinath T B
I’m an enthusiastic Lead iOS developer with very diverse experience, from building games to enterprise applications and POCs.
To me, Ideas on Demand is the language of a changing world.
If I could print something right now, it would be a diamond.
Ideas on Demand to me means that if you have got an idea, you get started with it ASAP, while all the latest tech is there to support your latest idea, such as creating your own personalized chair.
I want to print all the Marvel & DC comics action figures and place them at my desk. While I think about it, I’ll probably get my desk printed too, in shape of a Helicarrier - and don't forget the Batmobile...
I will be working closely with each local community and leading the educational aspect of Print the Future. There is always more to learn about 3D technology and whether you’re new to 3D printing or an experienced enthusiast, we’ll have a workshop, boot camp or roundtable for you!
Ideas on Demand breaks down the boundaries of design for everyone. The fact that you can design and print your dream piece of furniture is very exciting. And the best part is that if you want to share your design, you can sell it as your own exclusive line of furniture.
Personally, I would love to design and print a sculpture for my home.
As front end developer, I predominantly build websites - however I’m excited for 3D printing because it’s allowing me to develop other valuable technical skills. Through this, we can get world’s most innovative 3D printing experience.
Ideas on Demand is not just another manufacturing technique. 3D printing is revolutionizing almost every field (aerospace, automotive, electronics, education) - every industry, every discipline.
I want to print lamp shades to decorate my house.
Quality matters. I make sure that our Applications are solid, good looking, and easy to use.
I believe that Ideas on Demand should create an affordable, happy, and healthy living environment for the generations to come.
If not Madame Tussauds, I am excited to print a statue of my Daughter.
Ideas on Demand to me is like converting a thought into something material, right in front of you.
If I could print something right now, it would be a pair of running shoes.
I am working on building software that has the power to print your ideas in our amazing 3D printing stores on-demand.
To me, Ideas on Demand means turning your ideas into reality instantly.
I would like to print a bone which could replace human bone that was lost due to severe fractures.
I manage the employee engagement, employee relations, talent acquisition, operations and office administration for our India Team.
To me, Ideas on Demand means bringing innovative ideas and imagination into reality
I want to print soccer ball for my son and beautiful jewelry for myself.
My primary focus is on web development, which I want to continue to grow and develop. I am constantly experimenting with new technologies and techniques. My passion for this industry and the job I do drives me to deliver high-quality work every day, and I strive to better myself as a developer.
To me, Ideas on Demand means that our imagination can be achieved with innovative techniques.
I would like to 3D print a statue of myself.
I’m the in-house expert for 3D printing. I stay up to date with the technology and the direction of it. I’ll answer any questions regarding the printers, the process, the possibilities, as well as current limitations. If I can’t answer, I’ll be sure to find the answer.
Ideas on Demand means that anyone can turn their creativity into a physical object. For me, so often I think to myself “I wish someone made it this way”. Now I’ll think to myself “What else can I make?”.
I’m excited to print my own version of a shoe rack. It’ll be intricate with my own personal touch. It’s the first thing people will see when they come in and I’ll tell them I printed it.
I am the research and development engineer responsible for designing and developing new technology-based products and services.
Ideas on Demand basically means to print what you think.
I want to 3D print a beautiful home.
Raviteja B V N
I’m front-end developer and I’m really interested in photography and designing.
Ideas on Demand is about more innovative technology in the present generation. Metal or non-metal compounds that have been shaped using a 3D printer.
I want to print beautiful multi-colored hanging light holder.
I develop leading mobile apps, including two-way e-commerce and community apps.
Ideas on Demand is a notion that can only be brought about by next level computing, to print physical objects.
I want to 3D print a big statue of myself.
I am a software developer, with extensive experience in mobile development over the past several years.
For me, Ideas on Demand is a thought turned into an object. When a machine understands what the person wants to print.
I want to print fully customized bookshelf which is made of glass and metal.