CEO / Founder
Graduating from the University of Saskatchewan with a commerce degree in June of 2016 Passionate about 3D printing and technology, Dustin always wanted to start a 3D printing company. Just months after graduation is creating a Canadian market for 3D Printing services with a growing team of talented individuals.
CPO / Co-founder
Lance Greene graduated from Saskatchewan Polytechnic from the Machinist course. After working in the industry for a while he got interested in 3D printing and when we got his first Ultimaker, he knew his future involved 3D printing. Lance continually crushes print time and optimizes printers to their full potential.
Head of Design / Co-founder
Duncan Boyes graduated the University of Saskatchewan with a Mechanical Engineering degree. Duncan met Lance and Dustin on 3DHUBS when he wanted to get a captain america model printed. Ever since that meeting Duncan has been an essential part of the Create Cafe team with his problem solving skills and modeling precision.
Randy Janes joined the CreateCafe team with big expectations for 3D Printing. After purchasing his first RepRap printer he found 3D Printing to be interesting but saw greater potential in large scale printing. Randy approached our team with the opportunity to operate, test, and modify North America’s largest 3D Printer to which we gladly accepted. In the past 10 years Randy has been working in sales selling big ticket items. As the large scale printer development progresses Randy looks to disrupt industries with sustainable manufacturing solutions utilizing recycled materials.
Leejay is a the newest addition to the CreateCafe team. His experience in app development will be utilized to automate print systems and create print queues for organizational efficiency. Leejay is currently involved with a few start ups in Saskatoon and wants to get down to Silicon Calley ASAP; we are happy to be a stepping stone in that direction!
Media and Web Developer
Rameez Virji is best known for his patent-pending invention of an oral vaccine delivery system, and for his software and web design company he created when he was 13. Recognized as one of Canada's Top 20 Under 20 in 2012, his main hope is for his pill to reach the developing world. In his spare time, Rameez likes to play (or at least try to play) his guitar, go camping, write code, and read.