Daniel was a surgical technician at Johns Hopkins University Hospital in the United States where his interest in medical devices became the inspiration to embark on an engineer career. Immigrating to Australia in 2017, Daniel is Romar’s Principal Engineer and leads the design aspects of Romar’s projects for the medical, defence and aerospace sectors.
As a surgical technician, it is no surprise that Daniel thought about a career as a medic; however, his passion for physics and mathematics trumped his interest in biology. He saw the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives through developing medical devices, and his interest in engineering took over.
Daniel worked at Rowan University in New Jersey for several years, designing small heat exchangers to cool the heart, brain and pancreas in patients with inflammatory disorders. After immigrating to Australia in 2017, he worked with a company developing electrophysiology devices to treat heart rhythm disorders. Daniel joined Romar in 2021 with a highly sought-after pedigree in engineering and medical device manufacturing.
With a career now firmly forged in the engineering sector, Daniel’s love of the discipline and his passion for science and its influence on discovery are providing unique pathways for advanced and additive manufacturing processes. As the Principal Engineer at Romar, Daniel’s quest to defy convention and innovate new techniques and ideas in the manufacturer of medical devices is breaking new ground with each project.
“I’m committed to solving difficult problems and seeing solutions develop from concept to a final product, something that people can use. I enjoy when engineering problems keep me up at night,” he laughs.
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Romar’s extensive capability extends from traditional to more contemporary materials. From intricate medical devices to componentry for rockets and aerospace, we offer our clients an exceptional level of advanced manufacturing capability and expertise through computer aided engineering.
Romar has built its reputation as Australia’s foremost expert in silicone manufacturing and molding.
We provide elastomers manufacturing capability for technically specified high-quality rubber components.
From extrusion to molding, Romar’s innovative capability in advanced plastic manufacturing is unmatched.
Romar leads the Australian market in advanced manufacturing, including 3D printing.
Romar accesses the most powerful technology in additive manufacturing with advanced 3D printing capability.
As a contract manufacturer, Romar Engineering has been manufacturing components for satellites with excellent results. Our knowledge of the space sector, combined with our investment in advanced manufacturing, has enabled us to expand our offering, including fluid and motion control valves, propulsion components and fuel tanks.
The future of scalable manufacturing. Manufacturing has always been a critical pillar of any country’s economy, and Australia is no different. Manufacturing is evolving rapidly, and the future lies in scalable, technologically advanced solutions that cater to emerging markets.