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3D Printing Entrepreneur carves out business in Dayton – WDTN

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Ohio is home to additional than 480,000 foreign-born residents and a new report shows immigrant-owned businesses produced additional than $530 million in Ohio in 2014.
Immigrants manufacture up seven percent of all entrepreneurs In Ohio and play a sizeable role in science, innovation, engineering and math fields.
From workforce, to entrepreneurship, fortune 500 companies to making jobs, those migrating to the U.S. are having a massive economic impact on the community.
“We can print stainless steel, we can print titanium, we can print nickel based super alloy and we can print other metals too,” Dr. Ayman Salem said.
Dr. Ayman Salem is a metal engineer that uses 3D printing that can be applied medically for implants to rebuild bone structure for people or for aerospace and car create.
He came here of Egypt in 1998 and arrived in Dayton in 2002. Eventually becoming a U.S. citizen in 2010. He worked in the aerospace industry for years preceding starting his own business.
Salem made an artificial intelligence software that was one of the six selected of thousands of applicants who entered an Obama stem initiative.
“In the 5th anniversary of the Material Genome Initiative yesterday, I was invited to join the team at the white house,” Salem said. “For us to be considered in the invitation was an honor.”
Welcome Dayton and the chamber of commerce acknowledged his work and the work of other foreign-born entrepreneurs for their economic impact in the Miami Valley.
“It’s an significant way for us to quite grow our economy and I’ll tell you the other thing. The communities that are additional diverse are the communities that are going to survive this new economy. A require for diversity is quite significant for the growth of a community overall. We’re all going to grow together and that is what quite significant for us and the following of Dayton,” Mayor Nan Whaley said.
Salem already has a contract with the department of defense and plans to double his staff inside the following year or two.

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