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The Art of Manufacturing podcast gives a behind-the-scenes look at how inspiring entrepreneurs who make stuff are trying to “make it” in their industries. Find it on iTunes, iHeart, Stitcher and other popular platforms. Subscribe to never miss an episode!

Mar 23, 2017

Iconic Fountains of Bellagio captured our collective attention when they opened in 1998, and they manage to impress decades later. The creator Mark Fuller and his company WET Design continue to push the envelope and redefine the high-tech fountain industry today. We get a behind-the-scenes look at the company’s launch from Disney Imagineering in 1983, the ups and downs of remaining at the cutting edge, how Mark builds his creative company culture, and their amazing facilities. We also hear his story of almost getting fired, after terrorizing a group of guests at Disneyland. Until now, his manufacturing operations have focused on developing proprietary components and putting them together into large custom projects, but he’s about to launch a mass-production business idea as well. What do textile engineers, boxing coaches, woodworkers, robot designers, optics experts, and choreographers have to do water fountains? Listen to find out... For more information, photos, and links, check out the show notes at