INV: So you mentioned you wanted to specialize in the DLP Printing sector in Austria. How far is the market of DLP 3D-Printing in Argentina?
Arturo: In Argentina there are companies that specialize in DLP Printing, but most of all are startups and the market is building up. There is potential in the start up field about the UV projectors. Argentina is very well known for their great developments. Especially the Microfabrication sector is growing.
INV: Are these the applications you are most interested in DLP 3D-Printing?
Arturo: Applications I really like is bioprinting and tissue engineering. Biosensorics is still very interesting for me that is related to microfluidics. To sum it up: Biological applications are my favourites.
INV: What are you currently working on at In-Vision?
Arturo: I am working on new illumination systems. I have already caught myself dreaming about it (laughs). I am learning a lot about the systems. New ideas come every day and we have to stay creative for example when we are working with universities to bring new developments to life. I really enjoy this connection, and the challenge of meeting their specific requirements.
INV: You are here now for half a year. This is usually the time when you get more connected with the products and have already learned about a company’s culture. What is your experience so far at In-Vision?
Arturo: I was overwhelmed with the positive on-boarding process and was warmly welcomed by my colleagues. I remember my first day and it was so refreshing to see the production hall. I remember the word: Mahlzeit at my first walk through the facility. It took me some days to realize it’s just an Austrian way to say „Hello“ at lunchtime (laughs).