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    1. hobie61

      hobie61 New Member

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      Product Engineer and Development

      Seeking a mechanicalengineering position involved in bringing products to market from initialconcept to final release: prototype, fabrication,and validation.

      Professional ExperienceProduct Development Engineer
      [7/12-9/13] Husky Injection Molding Inc. Milton, VT
      § Designed/researched complex prototype injection molding PET hot runner tooling and components for resin distribution, with Unigraphics (UGNX) solid modeling, ANSYS thermal/structural FEA.
      Product Engineer
      [9/07-1/12] Edlund Company Burlington, VT
      § Designed products / reengineered mechanical and electrical commercial food service equipment, from researched product information to design release, including certifications and assembly follow-thru.

      § Designs completed with AutoCad Inventor solid modeling, sheet metal. ANSYS structural FEA. Products designed with budgetary constraints, DFMA, and ISO processes adhered. Product compliance with RoHS, CE, UL, NSF initiatives.

      § Provided customer product technical support. Product manuals created.
      Design Engineer
      [4/98-9/07] Husky Injection Molding Inc. Milton, VT
      § Designed complex production injection molding hot runner tooling for resin distribution, with Unigraphics solid modeling meeting strict customer requirements.

      § Group leader, qualified reviewer, design support.
      Manufacturing/Project Engineer
      [6/83-9/95] General Motors Metal Stamping Facilities Mansfield, OH
      § Supervised 10-30 personnel for the daily setup/teardown of mechanical transfer mechanisms between presses in order to meet strict production schedules.

      § Oversaw machining and assembly operations of a tooling work center (welding guns).

      § Responsible for work assignments, safety, and problem resolution.

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