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I am actually the owner of my own design firm called DLS Product Design and Drafting. I work from my home and design a variety of different products for my customers that range from aerospace equipment to any industrial products you can think of.
Primary Software Used: SOLIDWORKS
Owner and design engineer
DLS Product Design and Drafting
Kennesaw, GA 30144
I design a variety of products from aerospace equipment to anything industrial.
01 / 2014 - Current
Back in the day, some business associates and I owned a company called PneuVentures, Inc. It has since disbanded, but remnants can still be found on-line from time-to-time. Our principle product (among several others) was a paintball marker called the Shocker. We sold this to an outfit in PA., Smart Parts, who marketed this gun. Smart Parts has also subsequently folded as well. Just before our company met its demise, I developed this paintball marker which had (at the time) many innovations, such as a velocity sensor, and a "computer" to program various options such automatic fire, etc. This paintball marker was to be known as the Cyber 9000. It never went into production like the Shocker. I recently converted everything to solid models for this website, just for fun. It is still protected by several patents: 6,474,326; 6,035,843; & 5,755,213 to be precise. I hope you all enjoy the marker as much as I did in creating it!