DShape’s corporate governance program ensures we serve the interests of stockholders and other stakeholders with the highest standards of responsibility, integrity and compliance with all laws. These standards are guided by our board of directors and global management team, who work to oversee the company’s actions, performance and governance policies.
CTO – Enrico Dini
Professional Civil Engineer with 25+ experience in Robotics, Automation and 3D Printing. Developed and prototyped the DShape 3D Printer. As CTO, he manages all the technical aspects of improving the technology. He has worked with the European Space Agency and Architecture firm Fosters+ to experiment with the idea of using the DShape to 3D Print Moonbases. Of anyone in the world, Enrico Dini has the greatest amount experience and know-how when it comes to large-scale 3D Printing.
CEO – James Wolff
James Wolff is one of the central players in the new world of “Makers” and “Hacker Spaces.” He develops rapid-prototyping technologies, displayed at Makerfaires, Google conferences, and rapid-prototyping conferences. James received his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University and has also received a technician certification from Autodesk for Autocad and Revit. James is currently enrolled in the evening division of New York Law School focusing in business and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property. James is the co-author of a new provisional patent for metal 3d printing processes as a founding member of Deep Space Industries, a commercial space company developing microgravity 3d printing processes.
James also co-founded Buildatron Systems, a desktop 3D FDM polymer printing research platform where he was a key developer of the “RepRap” approach to machines able to self-replicate. Buildatron developed proprietary software reaching industry leading precision for high quality consumer level 3d printers. A crowd funding campaign James co-developed through DShape led to the Rygo Project on the “World’s Largest 3D Printer, D-Shape”, featured in Wired, PC Magazine, Makezine, Design Goodness, and more. Publications from the Wall Street Journal to the San Francisco Chronicle and New York Tech Blog have cited James.
President – Adam Kushner