Joe Manzo graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. After graduating in 2007, he worked at Orbital Sciences as a senior mechanical engineer. He spent seven years performing analysis in the fields of fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and structural dynamics on a variety of launch vehicle programs. In 2014 he received his professional engineering license in mechanical engineering. In 2015, Joe founded Titan Industries to advance metal additive manufacturing within the aerospace industry. Specializing in design for additive manufacturing (DFAM) techniques, Titan Industries is focused on mass reduction through changes in material, the use of cellular structures, and structural optimization. Through a strategic alliance with LAI International, Titan operates an Arcam Q20. This powder bed fusion, electron beam melting additive manufacturing process, primarily fabricates with titanium alloys. With this alliance, engineering and manufacturing experience has been combined to guide clients through the additive redesign process, from candidate part selection to final post-processing.