INV: Hello Dominik. It's good to see you!
Dominik: Thanks likewise. I'm glad to be able to tell you something about myself and my work.
INV: I understand that you originally received an education in horology. Watches certainly have a special appeal, so what brought you to precision engineering and what was particularly interesting to you about Light Engines compared to watches?
Dominik: After my apprenticeship as a watchmaker, I worked in this profession for another 10 years. My little brother brought the enthusiasm for UV projectors home with him at that time and my interest grew. When I started at In-Vision, I of course didn't know what to pay special attention to, but through a close cooperation with the quality department I was able to find a quick connection to the product. What started then with pure curiosity became a great passion for DLP Light Engines.
INV: Today, almost all projectors pass through your hands. You are responsible for assembling the individual components. What does your work process look like?
Dominik: I receive the individual components from the warehouse and assemble them into the modules. The components are then assembled into a finished Light Engine. After that, the UV projector will be tested. I also assemble cinema lenses from the individual components. For this, the cooperation with the coating is particularly relevant for me. Recently, I have also become involved in the testing process of cinema lenses and Light Engines. I was already interested in this from the beginning, and my ever-growing knowledge and the excellent cooperation with the teams allow me to continue to develop.