THE CONTROLLED FLUIDICS TEAM

Our team is comprised of expert engineers who can bring your dream to reality.

MEET OUR LEADERS

Tom Rohlfs

TOM ROHLFS

President/Principal Engineer

In 2011, Tom founded Controlled Fluidics in response to industry demand for higher-quality, lower-cost manifolds. He brings a wealth of knowledge around design and manufacture of fluidic and microfluidic bonded manifolds to his work, which has helped to create high-quality precision plastic components of devices that do everything from acting as a temporary heart/lung for a patient to facilitating microgravity experiments on the International Space Station.

Previous to his leadership role at Controlled Fluidics, Tom was principle engineer and owner of Connecticut Plastics, where he oversaw sales and process development. Earlier in his career, he served as a design engineer for multiple companies.

Tom earned his BS in physics from Providence College, his BS in mechanical engineering from Columbia University, and his MS in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan.

Todd Morin

TODD MORIN

Design Engineer

Todd has served as design engineer for Controlled Fluidics since 2011. Throughout his career, he has developed expertise in plastic bonding and creative manufacturing solutions for numerous challenging fluidic and microfluidic projects.

A machining professional for over 20 years, Todd was a machinist/programmer at Souhegan Machine and shop manager/machinist/programmer at Connecticut Plastics prior to joining Controlled Fluidics.

Todd earned his Associate’s Degree in collision repair technology from New Hampshire Community Technical College.

Andy Weiss

Andy Weiss

Fluidics Engineer

With fluidics engineering experience dating to 1989, Andy’s skills are a valuable addition to design group at Controlled Fluidics. His previous work experience includes serving as technical team leader of Parker Hannifin’s Precision Fluidic Division, project manager at Depuy Spine (a division of Johnson & Johnson), and principal engineer at Fluidic Chip Manufacturer. Through his career, Andy has developed expertise in electromechanical design and in liquid and air fluidic system design as well as process development and control.

Andy earned his Associate’s Degree in electromechanical design and drafting from New Hampshire Community Technical College and his BS in organizational management from Daniel Webster College.