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Making things worth making. Making things worth making. Making things worth making.

MEET TONY
Born to build.

Born to build.

iPod, iPhone, Nest Thermostat. Technology, products, businesses, brands. Tony has built them all.
THE BOOK

(How to) make things
worth making

Tony has had many mentors throughout his life. To give back he wrote BUILD, the New York Times Best Seller that helps people make things worth making.
(How to) make things<br/>worth making
THE TEAM
Experience in spades.

Experience in spades.

Early on in the life of a company there are inflection points, where a bit of help from people with lot of experience is invaluable.
THE BUILDERS

Out of the lab
and into our lives.

Our companies tackle carbon accounting, energy storage, immunotherapy, waste upcycling, and much more.
Out of the lab<br/>and into our lives.
NEWS

The largest CNT manufacturing facility in the world. Now open in Atlanta.

On August 31st, Carbice opened the doors to a new 23,000 square foot global facility in the Historic West End neighborhood of Atlanta.
The largest CNT manufacturing facility in the world. Now open in Atlanta.
NEWS
The Ideal Switch for power.

The Ideal Switch for power.

Menlo Micro announces the launch of the MM9200, a switch designed for high power applications.
NEWS
Engineered for precision.

Engineered for precision.

Mantle combines trusted CNC machining with innovative 3D printing to make precise tooling components in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional toolmaking.
NEWS
Emerging from stealth.

Emerging from stealth.

Lumafield emerges from stealth with $32.5 million in funding and early customers that include L’Oreal, OXO and Trek Bicycle.
NEWS
A big, new offering in the works.

A big, new offering in the works.

Founder Pat Brown said that Impossible Foods latest filet mignon prototype is “pretty damn good.”
NEWS

Disrupting Silicon Valley from Paris.

The next generation of technology designers should commit to a kind of Hippocratic oath: first, do no harm.
Disrupting Silicon Valley from Paris.
PODCAST
Lex and Tony talk.

Lex and Tony talk.

iPhone, iPod, Nest, Steve Jobs, Design, and Engineering — on the Lex Fridman Podcast.
NEWS
Hydrogen closer to take-off.

Hydrogen closer to take-off.

American Airlines announces investment in Universal Hydrogen. “This move by American is a strong signal that customers want a true zero-emissions solution for passenger aviation and are willing to back tangible, pragmatic steps to get there quickly.”
NEWS
Tony joins Arm’s board.

Tony joins Arm’s board.

Fadell's push to use the Arm family of chips in the iPod and iPhone cemented Arm's position on the ground floor of the smartphone business. Now he joins the board to help them expand into PCs, servers, cars and more.
NEWS
Fixing the root problem in textiles.

Fixing the root problem in textiles.

Smartex closes next funding round for CV + AI that detects textile defects in real-time, before fabrics get shipped around the world, only to be thrown out.
NEWS

Helping shoppers shop.

Plumerai partners with Quividi to let stores know when people come and go: “Our deep-learning-based people detection runs on tiny Arm CPUs, instead of costly and power-hungry hardware.”
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