Mike Czeiszperger received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1987 from The Ohio State University specializing in the creative use of technology. Won national awards and was published in professional journals as an undergraduate, and went on to do long range research and development for Yamaha Musical Technologies. Founding junior member of MuscleFish consulting that was sold to AudibleMagic in 2001, founder of Web Performance, Inc, active in the IT industry for 18 years, and most recently founder of 3D Upfitters.
The 3D Printer industry has been growing by leaps and bounds, and is quickly moving from the hobbiest market to the consumer market. Unfortunately, 3D Printers are not only loud, but they give off noxious fumes that are both unpleasant and have potential negative health consequences. 3D Upfitters solves the noise and fume problems by placing the 3D Printers in beautiful furniture quality boxes with laboratory grade air filters. They not only solve the air quality and noise issues, but also provide more consistent, quality 3D prints with a wider variety of specialty plastics that require higher ambient temperatures only possible with an enclosure.