Adam Marten has worked in the aerospace and consumer products industries since 2006 with lead engineering experience in conceptual design, product development, analysis and performance qualification testing.  A complete description of his background can be found on LinkedIn. At Edge Focus Design, Adam has experience leading a range of technical projects, including multiple structural analyses for military and aerospace applications.  He has also worked directly with engineering teams to develop medical devices and laboratory instrumentation. Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Adam was a lead development and analysis engineer for spacecraft life support and auxiliary hardware systems delivered to Boeing, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Orbital Sciences and NASA.  He developed and tested systems involving spacecraft pressure control, ambient temperature control, fire detection and suppression, external LED lighting for vehicle navigation, and air purification. Adam has also developed multiple systems that have been launched to the International Space Station, including the Veggie project that NASA launched in 2014. Throughout his career, Adam has designed lightweight products that withstand extreme vibration loading.  He has extensive experience in computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, and structural component design.

Adam Marten has worked in the aerospace and consumer products industries since 2006 with lead engineering experience in conceptual design, product development, analysis and performance qualification testing.  A complete description of his background can be found on LinkedIn.

At Edge Focus Design, Adam has experience leading a range of technical projects, including multiple structural analyses for military and aerospace applications.  He has also worked directly with engineering teams to develop medical devices and laboratory instrumentation.

Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Adam was a lead development and analysis engineer for spacecraft life support and auxiliary hardware systems delivered to Boeing, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Orbital Sciences and NASA.  He developed and tested systems involving spacecraft pressure control, ambient temperature control, fire detection and suppression, external LED lighting for vehicle navigation, and air purification. Adam has also developed multiple systems that have been launched to the International Space Station, including the Veggie project that NASA launched in 2014.

Throughout his career, Adam has designed lightweight products that withstand extreme vibration loading.  He has extensive experience in computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, and structural component design.

Russell Manzke has worked as a mechanical engineer in the aerospace, medical devices, and fitness equipment industries since 2000. He served as the technical lead on many complex electro-mechanical systems and led multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, designers, and programmers. A complete description of his experience can be found on LinkedIn. At Edge Focus Design, Russell commonly leads product design and development efforts.  He's championed the design and testing of a consumer fitness product, and has delivered multiple projects related to automated laboratory instrumentation and medical devices. Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Russell led the development of complex aerospace systems for government and commercial customers such as NASA, Boeing, Orbital Sciences, and Bigelow Aerospace. He was the technical lead for several spacecraft life support platforms, including a high-pressure, fuel cell-based oxygen generation system. He developed and tested multiple biological experimentation payloads that have flown missions aboard the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. Russell has also led projects for innovative solutions for government agencies such as the USDA and FDA. Russell has experience with medical devices and personal fitness products. At GE Healthcare, Russell was part of a product development team that developed new variants of the Tec 6 Plus anesthetic vaporizer and Aladin2 cassette. At Johnson Health Tech-North America, Russell developed new and innovative platforms and components for mass-produced fitness equipment. He led a global team of senior engineering staff and was the primary liaison between Product Marketing, Industrial Design, and R&D-Advanced Mechanics teams.

Russell Manzke has worked as a mechanical engineer in the aerospace, medical devices, and fitness equipment industries since 2000. He served as the technical lead on many complex electro-mechanical systems and led multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, designers, and programmers. A complete description of his experience can be found on LinkedIn.

At Edge Focus Design, Russell commonly leads product design and development efforts.  He's championed the design and testing of a consumer fitness product, and has delivered multiple projects related to automated laboratory instrumentation and medical devices.

Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Russell led the development of complex aerospace systems for government and commercial customers such as NASA, Boeing, Orbital Sciences, and Bigelow Aerospace. He was the technical lead for several spacecraft life support platforms, including a high-pressure, fuel cell-based oxygen generation system. He developed and tested multiple biological experimentation payloads that have flown missions aboard the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. Russell has also led projects for innovative solutions for government agencies such as the USDA and FDA.

Russell has experience with medical devices and personal fitness products. At GE Healthcare, Russell was part of a product development team that developed new variants of the Tec 6 Plus anesthetic vaporizer and Aladin2 cassette. At Johnson Health Tech-North America, Russell developed new and innovative platforms and components for mass-produced fitness equipment. He led a global team of senior engineering staff and was the primary liaison between Product Marketing, Industrial Design, and R&D-Advanced Mechanics teams.

Kevin Rooney is a mechanical engineer at Edge Focus Design, and he's been with the team since the summer of 2015.  He's got a strong background in structural analysis and aerospace hardware design, but his diverse skillset allows him to contribute to a variety of projects Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Kevin designed and analyzed aerospace flight hardware for ATA Engineering.  He documented design and analysis results and presented directly to customers on a regular basis.  In addition to his technical contributions at ATA, Kevin also marketed and sold finite element analysis software (Femap, NX and NX Nastran).  He managed the creation of technical papers and generated training materials and marketing collateral, all while supporting live customer demonstrations and providing guidance on technical questions. At Telsmith, Kevin designed large-scale industrial equipment for material processing applications.  He was responsible for balancing design goals with manufacturing cost analyses to generate the most appropriate product configurations.  Prior to Telsmith, Kevin had experience working with NASA in college, and also completed a software engineering internship before graduation.

Kevin Rooney is a mechanical engineer at Edge Focus Design, and he's been with the team since the summer of 2015.  He's got a strong background in structural analysis and aerospace hardware design, but his diverse skillset allows him to contribute to a variety of projects

Prior to joining Edge Focus Design, Kevin designed and analyzed aerospace flight hardware for ATA Engineering.  He documented design and analysis results and presented directly to customers on a regular basis.  In addition to his technical contributions at ATA, Kevin also marketed and sold finite element analysis software (Femap, NX and NX Nastran).  He managed the creation of technical papers and generated training materials and marketing collateral, all while supporting live customer demonstrations and providing guidance on technical questions.

At Telsmith, Kevin designed large-scale industrial equipment for material processing applications.  He was responsible for balancing design goals with manufacturing cost analyses to generate the most appropriate product configurations.  Prior to Telsmith, Kevin had experience working with NASA in college, and also completed a software engineering internship before graduation.