I spent the first twenty years of my career as a software developer.
For the past two years, I've been working with a collection of factories in China to build the first 5000 copies of my first physical product, a hackable, ergonomic, mechanical keyboard.
It hasn't gone very smoothly, though I've learned a lot about making physical products, working with a factory and manufacturing in general.
In this talk, I'll share our failures and our successes.I'll also give you a basic outline for how to pick a factory, how to ask them to make something and the kinds of adventures you can expect along the way.
You won't leave the room as a manufacturing expert, but this talk should give you an idea of the sort of adventure that awaits you.
|Starts On||8/5/17, 2:10 PM|
|Room||Hiroshi Fujiwara Memorial Hall|
|Session Duration||60 min|
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