Meet the DASI Solutions TEam

Pontiac, Michigan
Darin is the most senior member on DASI’s technical team. He has been with DASI since 1997. He is passionate about SOLIDWORKS and is unofficially their #1 fan. Darin received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering Graphics from Western Michigan University (on golf scholarship).

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Darin is a home renovation junkie. After finishing up a master bedroom/bathroom remodel project by adding a sauna as the icing on the cake, Darin took a couple months away from projects before staring an amazing Chicken Coop build. In the spring of 2016, he will again show his DIY skills with a grand Tree House, modeled up first in SOLIDWORKS, of course! :-) He enjoys golf and fishing, but mostly spending time with his 2 girls. Darin and his wife embrace a healthy lifestyle and have continued to exercise regularly for 6 years now.


  • Certified SOLIDWORKS Digital Presentation Professional (CSDPP) *NEW! Darin is the first to complete this certification 2017
  • Certified SOLIDWORKS Expert (CSWE)
  • SOLIDWORKS Certified Instructor (CSWP)
  • Certified for Support on 3DVIA Composer, Simulation, Enterprise PDM and PDM Workgroup

Voted #1 Digital Media Content for North America at SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2018 


  • Repeat champion in the SOLIDWORKS Reseller Model Mania Competition (2000 & 2008) 3rd Place 2017
  • 10th in Digital Content 2017 SOLIDWORKS WORLD
  • Rated as the best "What's New in SOLIDWORKS 2012" Presentation Richard Doyle, Manger of SOLIDWORKS User Groups. >>  Read Full Article 

"I didn't miss a single "What's New" presentation – yep, I saw it done 10 times. Every presentation had something a little different (tag team sessions, a Jeopardy theme, a newscast format), and they were all very good. One session stood out among the rest however…Darin Grosser – Auburn Hills, Michigan Darin did all three hours by himself, and the energy and enthusiasm he displayed was fantastic. He didn't miss a beat and kept the crowd interested and entertained." - Richard Doyle, Manager of SOLIDWORKS User Groups