Master Technician with 11 years in engine troubleshooting, repair, rebuilding and replacement. Strong leader who educates junior mechanics using unmatched industry expertise.
I am a Specialist in the Army. I have been working in a Sergeant's position for over 5 years. I have worked on my own as well as on a team to solve problems with little to no guidance,
Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage or malfunctions.Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.Repaired and replaced belts, hoses and steering systems.Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes.Rebuilt and repaired engines.Organized work records and filed reports.Overhauled and repaired engines and motors.Reassembled engines and made adjustments as needed.Guided mechanics with decisions concerning repair and replacement of parts.Worked on a variety of vehicles, including semi-trucks and tow trucks.
Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Maintained proper stock levels on a line.Inspected finished products for quality and adherence to customer specifications.Started up and shut down processing equipment.
Inspected plastic panels for proper part identification.Operated manufacturing equipment to maximize product throughput and minimize downtime.Completed housekeeping and maintenance duties in the production area.Packaged plastic parts at a rate of 25 per 30 minutes.Ran plastic injection molding machines and peripheral equipment.Exemplified a positive attitude as a team member in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.Met production goals through timely changeover and proper set up of injection molds and work stations.Set up work stations and changed over injection molds.
Measured and marked dimensions and reference points accurately.Measured instruments to verify compliance with precise specifications.Dismantled and inspected components and adjusted and repaired them as necessary.Trained, directed and instructed apprentices and helpers.Calculated and set controls to regulate machining factors like part speed, feed, coolant flow, depth and angle of cut and clamping methods.Machined small and large parts to tolerances of .001 or less.Made appropriate offset corrections for tool wear, broken tools and casting variations.Selected appropriate speeds and feeds according to type of metal and finish specifications.Gauged and maintained tolerances on grinding diameters, depths, squareness and parallelism.Operated hand tools, drill presses, riveting machines and tap burners.Executed bench, machine and hand tool work in shaping, fitting, and assembling machine parts from metal stock.Maintained logs, lists and files and promptly completed all necessary paperwork.
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Certified in CNC/NC and manual lathes, milling machines, drill presses, and various other machines.
CNC and NC Programming
Manufacturing Technology CertificateElectromechanical Automation Technology Certificate
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