Manufacturing / Industrial
An entry-level position in the Mechanical Engineering field where problem
solving, analytical techniques, and communication skills, along with a
knowledge of manufacturing and design processes, will be utilized to improve
the productivity and profitability of an organization.
∑ B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University
of Dayton, Dayton, OH; (2.96GPA)
∑ Minor in Industrial Engineering
Technology, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH
∑ Graduating in December 2002
(Company) Ohio Dec. 2001 - Present
Manufacturer of automotive ball joints.
∑ Improved manufacturing efficiency
via data collection, modification of product design and verification of
∑ Developed and implemented fixturing
database for test lab fixtures. This improved efficiency by eliminating
confusion and reducing improper use of fixtures.
∑ Designed compression test for ball
joint dust seals. This test was used for competitive assessment
as well as continuous improvement of seal designs.
∑ Utilized Excelģ Spreadsheets and
SQCpak‚ software package to statistically analysis data.
∑ Designed table for gage equipment
utilizing AutoCAD R14ģ.
∑ Compiled heat treat specifications,
process details, material specifications, and cost information into a
spreadsheet used to resource operations.
∑ Worked with suppliers to reduce
defects and improve quality through root cause analysis.
∑ Investigated alternative materials
for ball joint liners.
∑ Analyzed low friction lubricants
for potential ball joint application.
∑ Evaluated seal design features and
their affect on the manufacturing assembly operation.
∑ Utilized microscopic examination
of defects for quality improvements and warranty reduction.
Crown Equipment Company, New Bremen, Ohio
Dec. 1998 - Aug. 1999, May 2000 - Aug. 2000 & Dec. 2000 - May 2001
Manufacturer of industrial lift trucks.
Engineering Co-op (Dec. 2000-May 2001)
∑ Created new CAD drawings on the
Unigraphics‚ system as well as revising existing CAD and hand drawings.
∑ Processed high priority engineering
∑ Successfully completed several corrective
action projects utilizing analytical and problem solving skills.
∑ Worked as project support on the
Counter-Balanced Truck line.
∑ Revised truck-warning labels in
accordance with new UL‚ regulations.
Materials Co-op (Dec. 1998 - Aug. 1999 & May 2000 - Aug. 2000)
∑ Managed project to set up warehouse
in company's Celina plant improving efficiency in locating service parts
and freeing up floor space for manufacturing.
∑ Created documentation for all areas
in the distribution center in preparation for ISO9000.
∑ Reviewed and issued report on improving
part flow through service.
∑ Followed the status of parts required
for several high level projects utilizing computer programs BaaN‚ and
∑ Assisted engineers in locating and
obtaining parts needed for testing purposes through the use of the 3RIMS‚
warehousing software package.
∑ Offered project support by creating
spreadsheets mapping material acquisition progress during the implementation
of a redesigned truck line.
∑ Performed time study in parts warehouse
to determine feasibility of installing automatic bagging machine for smaller
high volume parts.
∑ Familiar with the following CAD
programs, Unigraphics‚, AutoCAD‚, SDRC-Ideas‚, Pro/E‚, and CADkey‚.
∑ Experienced with all Microsoft Office‚
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