D3 Technologies, Inc., an engineering services company, provides engineering solutions to commercial and military aviation, aerospace, military weapons systems, marine, and industrial markets worldwide. It offers engineering support for commercial aircraft manufacturers, suppliers, owners, and repair facilities. The company also provides services, such as engineering design and analysis of aircraft systems and structures for new design, STC activities, derivatives, repairs, and service life extensions; certification support, including DER/DAR review and approval of engineering drawings and manufactured parts, analysis documentation, aircraft repairs, structural testing, and other certificati...
4838 Ronson Court
San Diego, CA 92111
Founded in 1982
LMI Aerospace Inc. and D3 Technologies, Inc. Announces Executive Changes
Sep 2 14
LMI Aerospace Inc. announced that Richard "Dick" Johnson, president of LMI's Engineering Services Segment and D3 Technologies, Inc. is retiring. Current D3 Technologies Vice President Jay Inman takes over as president on September 2, 2014. Johnson has served as president of D3 Technologies since November 2010. Previous to joining LMI and D3 Technologies, Johnson held various executive and managerial positions with Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Johnson's last day will be September 30, 2014.
D3 Technologies Signs Master Reseller Agreement with Autodesk
Apr 25 14
D3 Technologies, Inc. announced that they have been chosen as one of six Master Resellers of Autodesk CAM Solutions. With D3's recent establishment of their Prototyping Division through the acquisition of a local machine shop and addition of CNC machining capabilities, D3 is more than equipped to support their clients. Many times, their customers need physical prototypes during the validation stage of the design process. Not only will D3 be able to provide their customers with physical prototypes, but they will be using Autodesk's integrated CAM Solutions to create all the G-Code to make it happen. The integration of Autodesk CAM Solutions directly within the design tools now gives machinists, engineers, and designers the ability to adapt to real-time changes and instantly update tool paths.