ABOUT

Peter Zelinski is a writer who is most widely known for his work related to manufacturing, with particular emphasis on the technology of manufacturing and the impact of its advance. He is the editor-in-chief of two major publications covering manufacturing technology, Modern Machine Shop, about CNC machining, and Additive Manufacturing, about the advance of 3D printing for industrial production. He is the co-host of a YouTube series on how 3D printing is changing manufacturing, The Cool Parts Show. He is a podcaster, heard on AM Radio, the additive manufacturing podcast, and Made in the USAabout major themes in U.S. manufacturing. In his free time, he is a writer as well: the author of several books, including some on Christian belief. His latest longform work is Ariel, an e-book about our solar system. Pete grew up in Mansfield, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in mechanical engineering, and he lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife Kaye and their two daughters. For a more detailed bio on his work in manufacturing, see his speaker profile.

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SPEAKING

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Peter Zelinski speaks on the future of manufacturing, automation, additive manufacturing and other topics. Information available through the speakers bureau AAE.

 

ON MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY

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LATEST WRITING FROM

MODERN MACHINE SHOP

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LATEST WRITING FROM

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

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THE COOL PARTS SHOW (YOUTUBE SERIES)

 
 

PODCASTS

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AM RADIO

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) and how it is advancing

Apple | Google | Spotify

MADE IN THE USA

U.S. manufacturing and how it is changing 

Apple | Google | Spotify

 

BOOKS AND E-BOOKS

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ARIEL

Another View of

Our Solar System

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THIS IS NOT

A BOOK

Why Printed Books Matter

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YOU DID NOT CHOOSE ME, BUT I CHOSE YOU

On Christian Faith

 

CONTACT

Follow Pete’s writing in occasional emails.