Jeff Kinsberg

President, Jak Tool

Mr. Jeff Kinsberg is president of JAK Tool, headquartered in Cranbury, NJ. He started JAK Tool in 1994 and the business has grown to a 10,000 sq-ft full service product development and prototype manufacturing company specializing in consumer products, specialized laboratory hardware for the life sciences, and complex contract manufacturing for the Department of Defense. At JAK Tool, he is responsible for business development and leads a team of talented engineers and machinists.

Previously, Mr. Kinsberg led the development of material handling systems for structures weighing as much as 4800 tons in the nuclear, oil, and gas industries. He was responsible for designing the dry cask cart and track system used to transport spent fuel from Indian Point Reactor #2.

While at Rutgers, he was employed as a student designer and machinist for the Industrial Engineering Department on NSF funded projects concentrated on novel manufacturing techniques. He participated in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Mr. Kinsberg continues to mentor these students as well as provide internship opportunities though his business.

Mr. Kinsberg holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University. He is married to Cristy Richards, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University, with whom he has two daughters.