We strive to make the world a better place for future generations by partnering with highly innovative companies to bring their ideas to life. Whether that means you are designing the next generation of rockets that will take us to Mars and beyond, or you just have an idea that makes mechanical inspection easier, we are there to help.
Your long-term partnership with us means everything. We are genuinely focused on building trust and mutual respect by providing the highest quality of service and products. We will not let you down and together we cannot fail.
However, our success today does not guarantee a brighter future. It is vital that we inspire the next generation of innovators to pick up the torch and carry it for us. Our Nexus3 Junior Engineer workshop has been created to do just that. We may not change the world, but who knows… we may inspire a kid that can.
MEET THE TEAM
Christian Rosas is the President and CEO of Nexus3. In this role, Christian is responsible for the company’s vision, strategy, and operations. Christian has over 12 years of manufacturing and engineering experience including building, testing, and analysis of complex Aerospace and Defense components. His professional background consists of roles in Management, Quality, and Testing. Christian has an in-depth knowledge of running a business from end to end, which is key for Nexus3’s success. Prior to Nexus3, Christian was providing engineering consulting services for a large aerospace corporation in the US and Mexico. When Christian is not at work, he loves spending quality time with his family. Some of their favorite things to do are camping and taking spontaneous trips to new places.
At an early age, Marc realized that he had a passion for math, science, and just learning about how things worked. He was the kid who always skipped recess to put together a plastic model of a car or spaceship. A professional career outside of engineering or technology was never an option.
After completing a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University, Marc spent the next 16 years in the aerospace industry. He has held many different roles with increasing responsibility including Manufacturing Engineer, Design Engineer, Engineering Manager, and Director of Quality.
Some of his experience includes 3D modeling, 2D drawing creation, analysis of static and dynamic systems, stress analysis, qualification testing, root cause analysis, and quality systems.
Marc transitioned into Additive Manufacturing (AM) because of the positive impact it could have on society. Products that used to be impossible to produce with traditional manufacturing processes are now possible. “With AM, nothing is impossible.”