Adam Rumjahn is an engineer and entrepreneur from Canada specialized in design and automation. In 2011 he started Innovo Design in Canada where he consulted to automation projects that involved companies like General Electric, Pepsi and Molson Coors Brewery. His ambition for generating social and environmental impact eventually led him to move to Colombia where he would immerse himself in the world of additive manufacturing.
In 2014 Adam founded Innovo 3D, a startup developing professional 3D printers. During his tenure in Colombia he has also been a leader in the local Maker movement, started a Makerspace and led community design projects focused on 3D printed prosthetics, recycling and permaculture.
In Early 2017, Adam refocused the efforts of Innovo 3D onto advanced materials. His experience in additive manufacturing coupled with his desire to create positive impact has lead him to a new opportunity in 3D printing medical devices using PEEK, a biocompatible polymer as strong as metal.
Innovo has been invited to participate in the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials (INAM) second annual Advanced Materials Competition (AdMaCom), where they will present and continue to develop their product for the global medical implants market.