Pamela Lustig

She studied Industrial Design at the University of Buenos Aires. It is in Argentina where she begins designing products of all kinds and takes his first steps in 3D printing. It was not until 2013, when she migrated to Barcelona, ​​that she specialized in digital manufacturing by joining CIM-UPC. She has collaborated in the design of 3D printing machines and worked at Ateneus de Fabricació, collaborating with very diverse projects and groups, where these technologies are of great help. She is currently still linked to training and works on a social project that relates 3D printing and health.