Mr. Seibel began work at Ohio Electronic Engravers as employee #6 in 1980 where Lester Buechler was inventing an electromechanical engraving machine.
Kent worked at OEE, then Daetwyler, now Ohio Gravure Technologies, doing a variety of jobs: installing and servicing engravers; training operators on machines and software; and writing user documentation. He works closely with the engineers designing the engravers, providing feedback on how the customer uses the machine. He attends trade shows to demo the machines, participated in User Group meetings, and provides customer support.
In three decades of working at the company (now Ohio Gravure Technologies Corp), Kent has had a variety of titles: Service Department Manager; Technical Communications Manager; Engraver Software Tester; Engraver Product Manager; and now, Technical Sales with a Printed Electronics focus.
With his broad and deep knowledge of the capabilities of the engraver, Kent is able to provide unique insight into the application of gravure for printed electronics and more.