It hosted by presenter Jason Bradbury and entitled “The Future of 3D Printing” (episode 6, season 23)
Jason and his staff came to Italy as were particularly interested in showcasing the 3D printing technologies employed in production process: they visited CRP Technology’s 3D Printing department in Modena to see how 3D printing is used in the design and production of the Energica Ego motorbike. He became familiar with Windform materials and explained its use during the production of finished and functional parts through additive techniques of manufacturing.
To better explain how the bike is made possible due to 3D printing, Jason took spin on Ego.
The Gadget Show is the UK and Europe’s favourite gadget and technology series. Each week the team spends the hour testing cutting edge tech and scouring the globe in search of how technology will shape the world of tomorrow and meeting the personalities that make the gadget world tick.
Presenters Jason Bradbury, Suzi Perry, Jon Bentley and Ortis Deley host the show bringing news about the newest technology from around the world and reviews of the latest gadgets. Each week consists of a challenge in which the presenters pitch themselves against each other using different gadgets to accomplish tasks.
The Gadget Show team have filmed at prestigious and cutting edge institutes such as NASA, Microsoft, MIT, DLR, BMW and Hunday and with highly acclaimed social media sensations such as Ali-A, Dan TDM, Yogscast and Arron Crascal.
From 2004 they have aired over 300 episodes and filmed in 35+ countries. The series is also distributed in 120 territories and its brand continues to grow with publication of official books, magazines, toy range, plus its flagship annual Gadget Show Live exhibition in Birmingham, UK, attracting over 50.000 each year.
Jason Bradbury is an English television presenter and children’s author, best known for presenting shows such as the Channel 5 technology programme The Gadget Show and the BBC One game show Don’t Scare the Hare.
His first book, Dot Robot, was published on 5 February 2009 and his second novel in the Dot Robot series of techno-thrillers, Atomic Swarm, was published on 1 February 2010. The third book, Cyber Gold was published on 7 April 2011.
He is on the judging panels for the BAFTA Video Games Awards and the Media Guardian Innovation Awards.