Mr. Wolff received his Bachelors of Arts at Johns Hopkins University, and his Juris Doctorate from New York Law School. His interests are in corporate law, business development, emerging intellectual property, finance, complex international trade agreements, and arbitration and mediation. This past spring Mr. Wolff spoke on Public Private Partnership law at MIT Sloan Business School in Massachusetts.


Mr. Wolff develops rapid-prototyping technologies, displayed at Makerfaires, Google conferences, and rapid-prototyping conferences. Mr. Wolff was previously an Autodesk certified drafting specialist. He is the CEO of a D-Shape Enterprises, a mega-scale concrete 3D printer company, with the first permit for 3d printed construction in the United States. Mr. Wolff is the co-author of a new provisional patent for metal 3d printing processes as a founding member of Deep Space Industries, a commercial space company developing microgravity 3d printing processes.


A crowd funding campaign Mr. Wolff co-developed through D-Shape led to the Rygo Project on the “World’s Largest 3D Printer, D-Shape”, featured in Wired, PC Magazine, Makezine, Design Goodness, and more. Publications from the Wall Street Journal to the San Francisco Chronicle and New York Tech Blog have cited Mr. Wolff.