After gathering data culminating years of 3D printing industry experience, we have developed proprietary technologies and processes allowing us to provide the highest quality 3D printing production and technology solutions available. Our Fulfillment & Design facilities are currently located in San Diego, California and Dallas, Texas – providing shipment worldwide. Contact us today to find out how we can help with your project or production line!
Why choose SD3D Printing?
We have developed proprietary processes and technologies which allow us to leverage fully automated 3D printing platforms to provide accurate and affordable rapid prototyping for both one-off prototypes as well as
large production runs.
Are you a 3D printer OEM? We would love to hear from you to discuss how we can integrate our process automation technology into your product line.
Meet The Team
SD3D is made up of engineers, designers, dog lovers, and wizards from various fields all coming together to improve 3D printing
David is an experienced manufacturing engineer, project manager and entrepreneur. With six years of direct experience in the automotive and industrial equipment industries as a manufacturing engineer and project manager, David understands the needs of the target client extremely well. Prior to co-founding SD3D, David worked at Aptera Motors as a project manager for over a dozen electrical and mechanical engineers. David later worked as a manufacturing engineer for the Large Compressor Set and Mechanical Drive (LCSMD) division for Solar Turbines. In this role David was solely responsible for fixing any design or manufacturing issues prior to hitting the assembly line on over $100 million worth of equipment annually. David holds a bachelor’s of science degree in mechanical engineering from San Diego State University and is EIT accredited with the California Board for Professional Engineers.
Bennett’s experience comes from the world of management, sales and client relations. After graduating from the University of California, Santa Cruz in Business Management Economics, Bennett worked as an account executive managing hundreds of clients for an insurance agency. From there he went into sales for the Medicare industry, running both group presentations as well as individual meetings. Concurrently, Bennett started an economic data consulting firm that worked with employment and labor law attorneys. He has analyzed over 200 class action lawsuits with damages favoring the plaintiffs in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Throughout his professional experiences, Bennett has been drawn to a “Just Get It Done” mentality and strives to achieve optimal efficiencies in everything he works on.
Marshal graduated from UC Davis in 2009 with a BSEE degree. He initially began his career working in the design and development of photovoltaic inverters. From there, it was clear that his skillset was better suited to designing and building robotics/control systems.
After five years working in subsea robotics at FMC Technologies, Marshal turned to communication control designs for industrial control equipment. Most recently, Marshal worked with a flow control meter manufacturer on a CANbus communication control network and is using that expertise directly in his role now at SD3D.
Junhua graduated from Texas Tech University on 2015 as PhD from Mechanical Engineering Department. His research and work are focused on the 3D printer hardware development, 3D printing materials preparation, and functional device fabrication. He is currently working at PARC, a Xerox company, to continue his research on 3D printing. His role in SD3D is enhancing the FDM printing quality from hardware aspect by establishing theoretical model, determining parameters through experiment, designing mechanical/electric structure, and programming firmware. He has authored over 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and reviewed over 100 articles in the fields of polymer reinforcement; particle functionalization, dispersion, coating, and filming; bio-sensor synthesizing; energy harvest devices fabrication; and prototype hardware developing.
Kiana graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2016 with her Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. She primarily does 3D design work for SD3D and was on a senior design team at Hopkins that created a purely mechanical prosthetic arm for upper-limb amputees at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center. The arm featured automatic cord retraction and improved upon current elbow prostheses in its ease of use, decreased number of moving parts, and overall weight. Her team won the award of Best Project out of sixteen senior projects in the Mechanical Engineering department, and is continuing to be improved so that the team can give the device to patients for testing.
Boian Spassov is founder and CEO of SD3D's partner IOT Company Locbit. Locbit offers IoT (Internet of Things) solutions that optimize energy efficiency, risk management and building automation. By using this strategic service to help automate 3D printing, SD3D is able to advance the software side of the company with help from Locbit.
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