Areas of Research (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Subtractive Manufacturing and Additive Manufacturing)

Below, I have assembled some information in regards to the research and work that I have been conducting in the various fields of Mechanical, Electrical, Subtractive & Additive Engineering. Throughout 2016 I will present additional material; any feedback is sincerely appreciated.


Most of my engineering internships started when I was at the age of 14 and have continued to my current age of 36. For the past 16 years, I have spent an extensive amount of time to become an industry recognized expert in core storage, connectivity and virtualization performance engineering. Our industry toolsets are ever changing which enables endless possibilities. My overall goal has been to combine different areas of engineering to create a very large toolset to solve very complex problems. I have always been fascinated with the Nasa Saturn V and Rocketdyne F-1 programs and studied them intensely. These programs are both key examples in reference to highly specific engineering disciplines coming together to solve very complex problems. These men and women reached beyond the unthinkable with slide rulers and very primitive computing systems. Technology has expanded our toolsets to the point of endless possibilities.

I have studied and researched on many areas in relation to mechanical, electrical engineering and industrial design to rethink the design of a product, how it integrates with its environment and it's process. My area of focus has been to tie in high speed storage, high speed networking and high speed computing coupled with all of the elements in reference to rapid prototyping (CAD, CAM, CNC, 3D Scanning, 3D Printing, PCB Layout, etc.).

Coupling together complimentary and non-complimentary technologies to solve some of the most complex problems is what drives me.


Favorite Quote: "The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention. It's ultimate purpose is the complete mastery of mind over the material world. The harnessing of the forces of nature to human needs." - Nikola Tesla – 1919


Open Source Electronics Prototyping

Arduino -

EAGLE PCB Design -

Embedded Micro - (FPGA Development)

Parallax -

Particle Cellular -

PocketLab Sensors -


Voxel8 -


Automated 3D Printing - PLA (Polylactic Acid), ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene), SLA/SL (Stereolithography) and Carbon

Formlabs - (SLA/SL)

MakerBot - (PLA and ABS)

Markforged - (PLA, Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass and Nylon)

Stratasys - (ABS)



Voxel8 -


Automated and Manual CNC Machining

Bridgeport -

Carbide 3D -

Haas -

Jet -

Other Machine Company -

PocketNC -



Automated 3D Scanning

NextEngine -

Thermal and Electrical Analysis

Flir -

Fluke -

future facilities 6SigmaRoom -


Robotics and Automation

FANUC Robotics -

UFactory uArm -

VEX Robotics -


Automated CO2 Laser Cutting and Engraving

Boss Laser -

Darkly Labs -

Full Spectrum Laser -

Hurricane Laser -


Logic Analysis

Saleae -


Automated and Manual Welding


Lincoln Electric -

Miller -


Automated and Manual CNC Plasma Cutting

Torchmate -