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About Us

D5 DEM is a family owned design and engineering company based out of North Jersey. Established in 2015, our specialization is in the development of prototypes from inception to fabrication. We have years of experience in the areas of CAD modeling, electronic circuit design, software engineering, and CNC fabrication. We have combined these skills, which allows us to manage every aspect of a prototyping or small production project. Whether you need a one-off prototype to present to potential investors, or you are looking for a small to medium production run of a known widget, we have the tools and expertise to make it happen.

Meet the team


Michael established D5 DEM in 2015. Since then, he has worked as manager on several large prototyping and development projects. Additionally, Michael has pursued several product lines, developing processes necessary for these micro-manufacturing pursuits. Michael earned his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. His primary skill sets include printed circuit board design , CAD modeling, and CNC fabrication.


Mathew has been actively working with the company since 2016. In that time, Mathew has developed software packages both for large-scale server management and for embedded systems in niche market applications. Mathew has earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from The Pennsylvania State University. Mathew’s specialties include software development and CNC fabrication.


Joseph has been working with the company since 2020. While Joseph is still pursuing a degree in Architectural Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, he still finds time to contribute to our smaller projects. Joseph’s specialty is in CAD Modeling.


Mike has been working with the company since its inception in 2015. Father to Michael, Mathew, and Joseph, Mike brings years of experience in CNC fabrication, circuit design, and software design. He is an invaluable resource when it comes to solving difficult problems that arise during prototype development.