Adam taught himself how to use SOLIDWORKS to improve the quality of the genetic research containment systems he was building at the time. Since then, Adam has continuously improved his skills as both a user and teacher by becoming certified by SOLIDWORKS to provide technical support and act as an instructor. In this capacity, he has helped thousands of students learn SOLIDWORKS skills, and resolve their technical issues with the software and their projects. Adam now works for a rapid prototyping company in Virginia where he is the lead CAD designer. Daily projects include repairs and modifications to client data, creating designs based on sketches or descriptions, operating the 3D printers, 3D scanning, and reverse engineering. Many of the prototypes Adam designs are created via 3D printing, others continue on to thermoforming, injection molding, and CNC machining. Adam is excited to share his skills and knowledge of SOLIDWORKS, product design, and reverse engineering with you.