Custom Part Design Center

Engineering Team

Meet our Engineering Team! These guys are dedicated to developing and designing all of the parts that we make here at Argonics. They have a wealth of knowledge of the characteristics and capabilities of polyurethane, as well as the industries in which our parts are used.

Fred BoyleFred Boyle
Senior Process Engineer

Fred has been with Argonics for 13 years but has been in the urethane business for more than 30 years. Fred’s focus is on chemistry and processing, raw materials and sourcing, dispensing, control systems, and process quality. Fred likes the wide range of topics and issues he encounters in his position, and enjoys being kept on his toes with challenges and opportunities.

Education: The Ohio State University, Mechanical Engineering

Ryan KangasRyan Kangas
Engineering Manager

Ryan came to Argonics in 2004 as an intern; today he is our Engineering Manager. Ryan’s expertise lies in the machining of molds and using CAM software for those molds on our HAAS VF7, a Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machine. Ryan enjoys the versatility of his job and watching the process of product development from start to finish.

Education: Northern Michigan University, CAD Mechanical

Doug MavesDoug Maves
Product Engineer

Doug has been with Argonics, Inc. for 10 years and specializes in engineering our abrasion-resistant liners and flat products. He primarily handles products for the concrete and aggregate industries. Doug enjoys being part of the Argonics team because of the wide variety of product possibilities and ever-changing challenges.

Education: Northern Michigan University, Mechanical Engineering Technology

Joe RoellJoe Roell
Senior Product Engineer

Joe has over a decade of experience with Argonics and specializes in custom mold products and urethane chemistry. Joe enjoys the challenge of designing different urethane parts to meet customer requirements and thinks we have a unique ability as a company to be able to formulate urethane for different applications.

Education: Michigan Technological University, Mechanical Engineering