San Diego-based Robo 3D Limited a maker of the most highly-rated consumer 3D printers on the market, has announced that co-founders, Braydon Moreno and Jacob Kabili, were recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30: Class of 2017 in the Manufacturing & Industry category.
The 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 is the definitive compilation of today’s most promising change-makers and innovators in the US. The honorees were vetted by a panel of judges in their respective fields.
“We’re excited to be included on the annual Forbes list of young disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs — people who are dedicated to the constant renewal of manufacturing and industry,” said Moreno and Kabili in a joint statement. “So much of our success — and the recognition that comes with it — is really a testament to our friendship and history together as undergraduates at San Diego State University. More than an institution for learning, it was a tremendous opportunity to lay the foundation of what would eventually become Robo.”
Moreno and Kabili started Robo 3D in December 2012 with a Kickstarter campaign for their initial 3D printer, Robo R1, bringing the vision of their product to life on a shared dining room table. After launching the printer in 2013 to wide acclaim, the company has experienced strong year-on-year growth and debuted on the Australian Securities Exchange in December 2016. Continue Reading