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Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineer

Skilled Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering professional with 14 years of broad based experience in design, building and installation of all automated manufacturing and capital equipment, able to upgrade and repair older manufacturing equipment with more modern designs. Perform critical Research and Development initiatives that validate and expand product lines. Technically astute, capable of working independently or in a team environment.


 Mechanical Engineering
 Automated Machinery
 Robotics
 Linear Transfer Systems
 Product Line Automation
 Automated Defect Detection
 SOP/Technical Writing
 Customer Service/Support

2008 to Present: Manufacturing Engineer – ElringKlinger, Buford, GA
 Recruited by previous employer under new management to Manufacturing Engineer for high volume metal stamping supplier to the automotive industry.
 Manage the design, build and installation of capital equipment that includes large fully automated metal stamping product lines that include large bed hydraulic presses, 6-axis robots and 3-axis linear transfer systems totaling $4M in capital investment.
 Oversee all small automated, metal forming production line that includes 4 forming presses and a 3-axis linear transfer system, totaling $250K.
 Successful upgrade of old stamping presses with new electronic controls and 6-axis robots.
 Design in line error proofing and automated defect detection stations.
 Collaborate with Tool and Die suppliers to develop customized tooling for new product lines.
 Develop and document instructions and SOPs for production employees.
2008: Mechanical Engineer – Phoenix Stamping, Atlanta, GA
 Served as Mechanical Engineer for high volume metal stamping supplier to various industries, designed and managed the production of compound progressive machine tooling.
 Successfully designed and developed new parts that expanded company’s product line, and developed and implemented manufacturing process improvements.
 Collaborated with customer to develop new customized products.
2000 to 2008: Senior Development Engineer/Plant Engineer – Sevex North America, Buford, GA
 Oversaw all new projects from inception through design, validation and production for high output metal stamping supplier to the automotive industry.
 Strategically conducted R&D that successfully expanded product line, and designed and developed production lines and tooling for new products.
 Used SolidWorks and ‘Rapid Prototyping’ to design and fabricate prototypes of products for testing and implementation into the production line.
 Performed thermal and vibration testing with data acquisition that met customer specifications, and provided technical and sales support to customers and vendors, and prepared cost analysis and quotations on new projects.
 Managed maintenance department for 55,000 sq. ft. factory with 5 mechanical, 10 hydraulic, and 7 specialty presses.
1997 to 2000: Mechanical Engineer – Motorola, Automotive Electronics Sector, Northbrook, IL
 Major concentration on vibration and thermal testing of diesel engine electronic controls, and key member of team that successfully solved catastrophic mechanical failure mode in a new electronics package and prevented a multimillion-dollar recall.
 Perform extensive vibration testing that validated electronic products using shaker table, shock and drop, and developed new testing protocols that correlated FEA models, vibration specifications, and defined G-Levels to products that were endurance tested.

 Performed critical UL certification thermal testing using thermocouples and infrared scanners, and collaborated on factory design and implementation process improvements.
 Specified customized tooling with die-casting suppliers to develop die cast aluminum heatsinks.

Early Career:
Aircraft Mechanic – Trans World Airlines, Washington, DC  1992 to 1994

Military Career:
Staff Sergeant/Aircraft Mechanic – United States Air Force  1989 to 1996
(Active and Reserve Duties), Honorable Discharge

B.S., Mechanical Engineering – University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL – 1996
G.P.A. 4.65/5.0

Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic

Awarded U.S. Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service for deployment during 1991 Persian Gulf War
Best Paper Award – Motorola AMT Symposium, Winter 1998

Solid Works, AutoCAD, Pro-E, Stratasys FDM, MS Excel, MS Word, Windows, and UNIX.

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