Technology that Turns Engineers into Superheroes
Awaken your innovation superpowers with this on-demand webinar. Modern Technology that Superpowers Innovation, hosted by Diversified Plastics, Inc. (DPI), highlights the Acceleration Station™, powered by the Carbon® Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS) process, which:
- Allows new inventions to be prototyped and produced that were once impractical to design and impossible to manufacture
- Manufactures at record-setting speed in small to large quantities
Carbon’s partner development engineer, Jason Lopes, former lead systems engineer for Legacy Effects, was the first user of a Carbon printer. Lopes helped create many television and film blockbusters using additive manufacturing, including Avatar, Thor, Terminator Genisys and Terminator Salvation, Iron Man 1, 2 and 3, and others.
Technical support engineer and customer service representative at DPI, AJ Frisell originally joined DPI as an inside sales representative. Responsible for preparing quotes for Carbon digital additive manufacturing projects, he also manages key accounts for plastic injection molding and the Acceleration Station.