Klaus has more than 10 years of experience in additive manufacturing and from the very beginning he worked right where things are made: at the 3D printers. His dissatisfaction with existing procedures fueled his motivation to improve the technology. In 2010, during his master’s studies at Technical University of Vienna, he designed and built the smallest DLP rapid prototyping machine of the world. He has given TED Talks and university lectures about his experiences. He has also used his wide knowledge of additive manufacturing for medical technology research and development. His experiences so far encourage him in his mission to reimagine the entire workflow of additive manufacturing. Redesigned from a user’s perspective.
That’s why he founded GENERA in 2015.