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Mechanical Engineering Technical Support

Westport, Massachusetts, 02790, United States
December 03, 2017

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Anthony Ruggeri

Westport, MA *****

Tel: (508) ***-****


Self-motivated, quick learner. Willing to work in teams and learn from others. Objective:

To be a member of an engineering team, apply knowledge of mechanical engineering for real world scenarios, and gain experience to grow professionally. Qualifications:

Self-motivated quick learner that strives for results, able to efficiently work in teams or as an individual contributor, able to work across functional and cultural boundaries, US citizen able to work in US without company sponsorship. Currently a mechanical engineering student. Education:

Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School: 2007-2011, High school diploma, Automotive Technology and Theory.

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth: 2011-Present, Mechanical Engineering. Expected graduation date to receive Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering: December 2017 Computer Skills:

Proficient in Microsoft word, power point, excel, and Solidworks. Utilized Minitab software for creating Pareto Charts and determining machine cpk and ppk values. Work Experience:

Five Star Manufacturing, Inc. New Bedford, MA

Engineering Technician (09/2015 – Present)

Provide assistance and technical support to engineering team for manufacturing surgical instruments and implants. Used lean manufacturing principles in compliance with ISO 13485 policy and procedures to meet/exceed company goals and maintain company ISO 9001 Registration. Duties and functions include:

• FMEA creation and interpretation to asses risk.

• Control Plan creation and interpretation to determine preventative measures to reduce risk.

• Utilize Minitab software for creating Pareto Charts for quality control of product.

• Validations (IQ, OQ, and PQ) of CNC milling machines and various processes.

• Designing 3D models, prints, and determine appropriate materials for fixtures to be used in manufacturing processes.

• Create 3D models of product from customer prints.

• Reverse engineering of manufacturing fixtures to create 3D models and prints for company records.

• Taken sole responsibility of interpreting MSDS forms to properly catalog information of chemicals in manufacturing facility.

• Perform inspection of product quality using calipers, micrometers, comparators, visual inspection, and various gauges.

• Assist in quoting process for new product.

• Conduct time studies to study product cycle times for continuous improvement.

• Conduct online research to explore new methods to improve current manufacturing processes.

• Serving as Safety Committee member (04/2016 – Present). Achievements, Awards, Skills, and Projects:

• Completion CareerSafe10-hour training course in General Industry Safety & Health through OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration).

• Participated and successfully completed motor oil basics training, sponsored by Valvoline.

• Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School “Outstanding Shop Project” award demonstrating function of airbag seat belt design.

• Restoration of 1989 Lincoln Towncar (including, but not limited to, braking system repair, repairing damage caused by body rot, repainting).

• Transmission overhaul of 4-speed automatic transmission belonging to 1989 Lincoln Town car.

• Fall 2016-Spring 2017 semesters: participated in senior design project focused on creating a proof of concept for a safety valve to be used on propane based residential systems. Contributions to this project included research of codes and standards relating to propane systems, assist in testing of safety valve, and created power point presentations with fellow team mates to be viewed by University faculty and industry professionals.

• Have become extremely proficient with using solidworks to create 3-D models and 2-D drawings used by machinists

• Have gained experience teaching others by assisting new and less experienced engineering technicians in engineer ing practices and standards followed.

• Able to conduct hands-on testing using shop equipment to evaluate part, fixtures, and/or process.

• Gained the ability to use quality inspection practices to determine how to design and/or manufacture fixtures and product.


• Basic automotive repair and maintenance.

• Automotive projects intended to increase efficiency and performance of vehicle (ex. headers, exhaust systems, etc).

• Occasional major automotive repairs whenever needed.

• Routine automotive cosmetic maintenance.

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