Who am I?
I am an enterprising person, who loves challenges and doesn’t give up easily. Very detailed and self-taught, I never stop learning. I’ve always been passionate about understanding how things work. Luckily, I’ve made my hobby my job. Being always attentive and at the forefront of technology allows me to find efficient solutions.
My first studies were focused on electronics but little by little I got closer to mechanics and 3D design, going through a master’s degree in biomedical engineering, although I always save time to continue training. I’ve designed printed circuits, 3D printers or even computer apps, such as this web page that is designed and created entirely by me.
In short, I’ve focused on enhancing my ability to create and understand each of the elements that make up any type of product in order to have an ideal profile to manage or direct all kinds of projects. If you want to know me a little more, below you can find a brief explanation of my abilities and a timeline with my experiences. If you want to follow my projects you can do it from my personal blog oriented to 3D printing.
Passion for technology is essential to be at the forefront, a basic characteristic to offer efficient solutions. I like to stay informed of new developments and new applications. With knowledge of electronics, programming, mechanics, 3D design, I enjoy understanding how all kinds of objects have been manufactured, designed and how they work. Always curious, I try to never stop learning.
I’ve completed an official master’s degree in biomedical engineering of 120 ECTS credits and I’ve complemented it with an postgraduate degree in expert in medical devices. In the master, I acquired advanced training in different areas of the discipline, allowing both academic and professional specialization and initiation in research tasks. In postgraduate I acquired a deeper knowledge in the regulation and standards of medical devices.
It’s becoming more and more common to complement any type of work or process with 3D printing. From teacher to product designers, doctors or even architects. The main challenge is knowing all the variants of 3D technologies that exist and their limitations. According to ISO / ASTM 52900 there are 11 different technologies, but within each one there are variants and also, each time there are new advances and new 3D printing methods. As an expert in additive manufacturing, I am able to calculate times, costs and the optimal way to apply any of the 3D printing tools.
The combination of knowledge in 3D printing and CAD tools has allowed me to build all kinds of interesting projects. I’ve been part of the development of a 1 cubic meter giant 3D printer and a high resolution 3D printers (SLA), among other things. I have advised and designed parts of an assembly line to reduce costs, I’ve restored objects applying 3D techniques that were given by order, I’ve designed trophies for an awards ceremony or even designed lamps. The ability to understand the operation of 3D printing, knowledge of electrical circuits, design and materials allows me to apply the solution as the sum of different points of view.