- Brian Jaffe, Mission St. Manufacturing
- Casey Hare, Angstrom Designs
- Donald Park, DenMat
Brian H. Jaffe
After receiving his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in mechanical and aerospace engineering in 2006, Brian joined the Navy where he served as a Surface Warfare Officer for five years, including two years operating nuclear power plants onboard an aircraft carrier. In 2011 Brian left the Navy and shifted his focus to entrepreneurship. Still fascinated by 3D printing, which he encountered during his undergraduate tenure, he began laying the groundwork for what would become Mission Street Manufacturing. The vision for the company is to create 3D printing platforms whereby anyone can create anything that the mind can imagine.
Casey is the founder of Angstrom Designs, a systems engineering services company specializing in instrumentation control, test, measurement and automation. The company’s engineering team is especially talented in the field of rapid prototyping, which includes the application of 3D printing technology. Casey earned two Bachelor of Science degrees (physics and mechanical engineering) from UC Santa Barbara and a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering design from Stanford University.
Donald is Vice President, Laboratory Products & Technology at DenMat Holdings, LLC. DenMat is a leader in high-quality dental products for dental professionals around the world, including the crafting of Lumineers using advanced digital scanning, proprietary design software, and 3-D printing. Donald has extensive global experience in medical and dental device product development and commercialization utilizing advanced hardware and software technologies. Donald holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physiology from McGill University
Moderated by Craig Cummings, Chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast
How 3D Printing changed an individual’s life:
Surgeon, Dr. Anthony Atala, demonstrated an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem: a 3D printer that uses living cells to output a transplantable kidney. Using similar technology, Dr. Atala’s young patient, Luke Massella, received an engineered bladder 10 years ago.
We invite you to watch this experience filmed at a TedTalk forum. (Some of our MIT Enterprise Forum board members were given the opportunity to meet Dr. Atala.) Click to watch: http://www.ted.com/talks/
Mark your calendar for our upcoming 3D Printing event!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Cabrillo Pavilion Arts Center, 1118 E. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Regular (Online pre-registration only) $30.00
At the Door $40.00