As third-generation President of Danko Arlington, Inc, John Danks oversees a unique company specializing in aluminum sand castings, industrial patterns, CNC machining, and additive manufacturing. John is a member of the American Foundry Society, the Non-Ferrous Founders’ Society, America Makes, and the Maryland Regional Manufacturing Institute (RMI). John is a pioneer of the use of 3-D printing in the foundry industry and has presented at RAPID, Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC), schools, universities, and various organizations. He is a native of Baltimore and a graduate of the Gilman School. John has also served as an adviser on the Maryland Correctional Educational Council under both Governor O’Malley and Hogan administrations. John also serves on the Board of the Little Sisters of the Poor in Catonsville. John received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Lafayette College and pursued graduate studies in Business Administration at Loyola University of Maryland as well as Theology and Philosophy at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
President, Danko Arlington