Jordan Enev

JUN 10, 2020

If the character of Dexter out of Dexter’s Laboratory has a real-life equivalent, that may as well have been Ivan. He is our Chief Technology Officer and most of his time is dedicated to parametric modelling. What this means is that he is exclusively responsible for almost all 3D printed parts created at Kinetik Automotive. Before joining our team, however, he was involved in all matters of exciting projects, most of which he had thought of and realised himself.

From a very early age, he’s had keen interests in a series of fields amongst which robotics, aeromodelling, electrical engineering and pyrotechnics. By the age of 13 he had already made an electric conversion on his bike, created a 3D model of a CNC machine in Solidworks, a working jet engine and built a Tesla coil to listen to music on. And as if that wasn’t enough of a resume, Ivan has experience programming in multiple languages! Currently, he spends his free time building a large music recording studio, playing the piano and restoring his classic cars.

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