We provide the technology and expertise manufacturers need to use metal additive manufacturing in production — enabling them to save time, shrink costs, and produce valuable new products.
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Duncan is an experienced CEO and investor with over two decades of success launching and leading new ventures. As an entrepreneur and CEO, Duncan has co-founded, built and sold two companies (Cilk Arts, VeloBit). Previously, Duncan served as a venture capitalist at Bessemer Venture Partners and Flagship Ventures, leading investments in 16 companies that have produced 12 acquisitions and an aggregate market capitalization in excess of $1.5 billion. Early in his career, Duncan led control system research teams at Draper Laboratory. He holds two degrees from MIT and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Sal Barriga
Sal holds deep experience in both experimental research and numerical models of thermodynamic and kinetic processes, including phase transformations, heat transfer, fluid flow, and mechanical deformation of metals. Before joining Digital Alloys, Sal was a senior research engineer, principal investigator, and project manager at Infinium Inc. where he led a team focused on the production of rare-earth and light metals from oxide using inert anodes. He has served as an expert reviewer of NSF grants in the areas of advanced manufacturing and rare-earth metals production. Sal holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a B.A. in Physics with high honors from UC Berkeley.
Alex has worked with some of the world’s most innovative manufacturers to help them develop additive manufacturing strategies, validate applications, and implement 3D printing solutions in production. Prior to joining Digital Alloys, he spent 5 years at leading polymer 3D printing companies Carbon (where he lead the Global Automotive Sales team) and Stratasys. Alex has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a MS in Product Development Engineering from the University of Southern California.
Elad holds deep experience in the development and support of industrial 2D printing systems. As R&D Chief System Engineer and Senior Program Manager at HP Indigo, he led the creation and development of the Indigo 7000 digital press platform – an innovative system that has produced over $2 billion in revenue. The Indigo 7000 was one of the largest non-government engineering projects in Israel. After delivering the Indigo 7000, Elad immigrated to the US to lead the Indigo technical service organization (50+ employees, $80M revenue). He has 7 patents, and holds a B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, and an M.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Tel-Aviv University.
Board and Advisors
Jim is a venture partner at Open View, and board member at Enernoc, DataStax, Cazena, and others. He is a Trustee at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and co-chair of WPI’s initiative in innovation and entrepreneurship as well as a lecturer in entrepreneurship at MIT’s Sloan School. Jim previously served as President and CEO of Netezza, which he led to an IPO and a $2B acquisition by IBM. Jim also led Endeca’s early rise from tiny startup to the leading provider of innovative information access and delivery software solutions. Endeca was acquired by Oracle for $1.1B. He was also Chairman at Dyn (acquired by Oracle). Prior to Endeca and Netezza, Jim served at PTC as an Executive Vice President and General Manager.
Carey Chen is the President & Executive Chairman of Cincinnati Incorporated, manufacturer of large scale industrial machine tools. He has previously worked as VP & General Manager – Light Industrial Businesses, CFO, & CIO of Hypertherm, Inc.; VP of finance of Wiremold | Legrand (Paris: LR.PA), VP & CFO of Bayliner Marine Corporation, a division of the Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC); and held various financial planning and strategic development roles for AlliedSignal, Inc. (NYSE: ALD). He is also currently an independent board director for Chart Industries (NASDAQ: GTLS); and a board director and the treasurer of the American Welding Society. Carey holds several US patents. Carey earned a BS in Applied Mathematics from UCLA and an MBA from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
Dr. Michael Foley
Mike is a Managing Director at Artemis Capital Partners. He was previously CEO of Reflexite (sold to Orafol) and Group VP and GM at LSI (sold to Thermo Instruments). In addition to Digital Alloys, Michael serves as board member for Adcole and Hypertherm, and advisor to RayDyne Energy and Corning. He holds a PhD from MIT, where his research focused on manufacturing technologies.
Bill is an accomplished executive and 17-year venture investor passionate about technical innovation, and helping entrepreneurs win. Bill has extensive operating experience, culminating in his role as the President of Lucent Technology’s $5 billion Cellular and PCS Wireless Networks division. He held senior management positions in product development and marketing at AT&T, Bell Labs, and Lucent, and made the change to venture investing in 2000. Bill serves on the Boards of G20 portfolio companies Digital Alloys, Mautic and Siemplify. He remains a GP at Advanced Technology Ventures, and serves on the Boards of Great Point Energy and Rive Technology. Bill earned an M.B.A. from Columbia University, an M.S. from Stanford University, and a B.S. from Cornell University. He and his wife and two daughters live in Wellesley.
Dr. Vijit Sabnis
Vijit is a venture partner at Khosla Ventures, where he focuses on emerging physical and life science technologies. Prior to Khosla Ventures, Vijit was a co-founder and the CEO of Solar Junction, a manufacturer of high-efficiency multi-junction solar cells. Vijit holds a bachelor’s of science degree in electrical engineering and computer science with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds a master’s of science degree and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University, where he received a National Science Foundation fellowship and a Stanford electrical engineering department fellowship.
Prof. Thomas Eagar
Professor Eagar is an authority on materials processing and manufacturing, particularly welding and joining processes. He is a Professor of Materials Engineering and Engineering Management at MIT, where he previously served as Head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Professor Eagar is a member of a number of professional societies, including the National Academy of Engineering, AWS, AIME, ASM, ASME, ASTM, and the American Academy for the Advancement of Science. He is a Fellow of AWS, ASM and AAAS, has served on various National Research Council Committees, including the Board of Manufacturing and Engineering Design and the National Materials Advisory Board. He is on the Editorial Board of the Science and Technology of Welding and Joining and has been a Principal Reviewer for the Welding Journal. Professor Eagar has published over 220 papers and holds seventeen patents. He received his B.S. and Sc.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.).
Prof. David Hardt
Professor Hardt is an expert in system dynamics, control and manufacturing processes. He is the Ralph E. and Eloise F. Cross Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT. His process control research has centered on a variety of processes from welding and sheet metal forming to micro-embossing and most recently continuous soft-lithography. Professor Hardt has served as the Director of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity, Engineering Co-Director of the MIT Leaders for Manufacturing Program, MIT Director of the Singapore MIT- Alliance Program in Manufacturing Systems and Technology, as well as serving as Graduate Officer for Mechanical Engineering. He led the development of the Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing degree program at MIT, and participated in the OSTP Advanced Manufacturing Partnership 1.0 workforce team as well as the MIT “Production in a Innovative Economy” commission. He is currently leading an effort to create an on-line program in the “Principles of Manufacturing”. Professor Hardt is a graduate of Lafayette College (BSME) and MIT (SM, PhD).
Kevin is the CTO of Dover Motion. He is an expert in precision positioning and motion control. Kevin has 35 years of experience on over a thousand positioning systems, and possesses an unparalleled knowledge of all aspects of precision motion, encompassing their structure, guideways, motors, feedback devices, drives, and controls. He also has extensive knowledge in a variety of ancillary fields, including high vacuum systems, optics, fluidics, microscopy, and advanced metrology. Kevin was the President of one of the two private companies that combined to form Dover Motion. He holds a BS in Physics from MIT.
Prof. Donald Sadoway
Prof. Sadoway is an expert in metallurgy. He is the John F. Elliott Professor of Materials Chemistry at MIT. The author of over 160 scientific papers and holder of 24 U.S. patents, he is the founder of two companies, Ambri and Boston Electrometallurgical. Viewed 1,750,000 times, his TED talk is as much about inventing inventors as it is about inventing technology. In 2012 he was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. Professor Sadoway holds a BA in Engineering Science, and an MA and Ph.D. in Chemical Metallurgy, all from the University of Toronto.
Prof. Alexander Slocum
Prof. Alexander Slocum is the Walter M. May and A. Hazel May Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT. He has written two books on machine design, published more than 150 papers, and has 100+ issued patents. Alex has been significantly involved with the invention and development of 12 products that have been awarded R&D 100 awards for “one of the one hundred best new technical products of the year”. He has a passion for working with industry, and helped start several successful precision manufacturing equipment companies. Prof. Slocum is a MacVicar Faculty Teaching Fellow, a Fellow of the ASME, and a member of the NAE. He was the Massachusetts Professor of the Year in 2000 and is the recipient of the Society of Manufacturing Engineer’s Frederick W. Taylor Research Medal, and the ASME Leonardo daVinci, Machine Design, and Thar Energy Awards. He also served in the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the President as the Assistant Director for Advanced Manufacturing.
Dr. Yahali Theodor
Dr. Yahali Theodor is CTO and head of motion control at Digital Feedback Technologies (DFT). He is an expert in control systems and related fields - scientific and real-time software, embedded analog and power electronics, Control and estimation theory, Dynamics and kinematics, and system engineering. Yahali has more than 30 years of experience leading control, robotics, and power electronics projects. Among his vast list of projects are servo controllers and auto tuning systems which sold millions of items, scanning robots, warehouse mobile robotics, and MRI power systems.
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