When Dan Fernback and Zac DiVencenzo were looking to start a business, the Youngstown State University graduates thought they’d want a 3D printer in their toolbox. But they saw a “huge gap” between smaller, desktop 3D printers for hobbyists and expensive, industrial-scale models for big companies.
“That’s how we identified the pain point,” Fernback said. “That’s how we identified the problem.”
So, in 2014, Fernback and DiVencenzo founded JuggerBot 3D LLC. Fernback serves as the company’s vice president and DiVencenzo is its president.
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Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty.
Originally published March 1, 2020.