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Mechanical Engineer Engineering

Austin, Texas, United States
December 07, 2017

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Rey R. Ramos

**** **** ******

Austin, TX. *****

cell: 512-***-****


CAREER SUMMARY Being a key member of the engineering team, earning my colleagues’ respect and admiration, being chosen to lead the team toward success

through design innovations, meeting customer needs, and continuing to surpass customer expectations.

SPECIAL SKILLS Computer Aided Design: Unigraphics NX (UGNX), AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop/Inventor, SolidWorks, and Pro Engineer (ProE).

Systems and Software: Team Center Engineering (TcE), ProDoc, Oracle, SAP, TrackWise, PMP Reports, Turbo PST, Pro Edge, FRACAS, PDA, NSR Reports,Lotus Notes,MS Word,Excel,Power Point,MS Project,Visio,VisPublish, Lean Manufacturing Process,& Design for Excellence(DFX)

Computer Languages: C++, Visual Basic, and Basic.

EXPERIENCE APPLIED MATERIALS, Austin, Texas (March 2007 – August 2017)

Results: Achieving highest quarterly design re-certifications and new Customer Engineering Special (CES) designs. Delegating design re-certification to engineers in India reducing 60% of team’s quarterly workload. Delegating design obsolescence to engineers in China reducing 5% of team’s quarterly workload. Achieving transition of Lotus Notes Problem Feedback Form (PFF) database into Web-based application.

Mechanical Engineer, CES Engineer:

Designing CES options for customizing standard system configurations of semiconductor

manufacturing equipment using Unigraphics (UGNX) and applying Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T).

Creating, defining, coordinating, performing, and documenting engineering specifications and manufacturing procedures.

Developing and supervising the design and/or modification of mechanical engineering layouts, schematics, detailed drawings,

bill of materials, engineering specifications, and manufacturing procedures of varying scopes.

Performing and/or managing design engineering analysis of difficult and complex scope such as Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and other computer simulations that involve high velocities, material reliabilities, and temperature/pressure/mechanical cycling.

Prioritizing engineering design tasks aligning with manufacturing build schedules and customer commits.

Multi-tasking between daily design engineering priorities and executing cross-functional projects.

Creating Engineering Change Orders(ECOs),Engineering Change Requests(ECRs) and Engineering Specification Waivers(ESWs).

Isolating root cause for a variety of product issues and implementing electro/mechanical solutions.

Leading and/or executing technical projects including developing and implementing of custom mechanical tooling, fixtures,

associated hardware, and documentation to enable the part procurement, integration, final test, and shipment of components, sub-assemblies, and modular assemblies throughout the products’ life cycle.

Establishing and maintaining engineering standards increasing efficiencies for engineering team processes.

Focalizing Front End Product (FEP) Supplier Problem Sheet (SPS) & re-assigning supplier issues to appropriate engineers.

Creating ESWs in the form of PFFs (FEP CES ESW) proceeding with manufacturing process ahead of ECO implementation.

Creating transitions from Lotus Notes based engineering application into Web-based databases.

CDI Corporation, Austin, Texas (March 2006 – March 2007)

Results: Achieving the completion of the entire 300MM Plasma Immersion Chamber (P3i) Operational Methods Sheet (OMS).

Mechanical Engineer, Senior Illustrator:

Working independently and/or with the team to schedule validation builds, verifying the Sequence of Operations (SOE), and providing Operational Methods Sheet (OMS) to document the manufacturing assembly processes for chambers, integration, and customer ship preparation.

Practicing Applied Materials workmanship standards and providing updates to manufacturing documentation which reflects the most current standards.

Preparing documentation for ECOs, modifying assembly drawings, authoring ECRs, and managing engineering changes through TcE.

Responding to manufacturing Issue Feedback Forms (IFF) by researching OMS or Bill of Material (BOM) issues, and providing solutions to issues by writing and implementing ECOs and/or ECRs to correct BOM or manufacturing documentation issues.

Participating in Front End Product (FEP), New Product Transitions (NPT), and providing Manufacturing Assembly documentation.

Traveling to outsourced suppliers participating in controlled builds.

Creating and modifying 3D models using UGNX, AutoCAD Inventor, Solid Works, & ProE developing manufacturing documents.

PALCO LABORATORIES, INC., Scotts Valley, California (February 2000 – March 2006)

Results: Succeeding in prototype to production design of palm-held pulse oximeters along with associated test fixtures.

Mechanical Design Engineer:

Designing test fixtures for pulse oximeter PCB sub-assembly and final assembly production.

Integrating devices involving proximity sensors, infrared (IR) emitters/detectors, and fiber optics.

Requesting part fabrication by machine shop. Reviewing project instructions/documentations.

Implementing cost-effective design modifications.

Assisting Project Engineering in initiating, coordinating, and completing of ECR/ECO process and compiling associated documentations.

Writing and evaluating procedures and work instructions for pre-production and production process.

Controlling pre-released documentation and drafting BOMs and manufacturing instructions.

Training production assemblers and testers on new test fixtures and manufacturing instructions.

SEAGATE TECHNOLOGIES, Scotts Valley, California (July 1995 – January 2000)

Results: Completing transfer/modifications of 3 generations of automated disc drive build lines in Singapore, Ireland, and Thailand.

Mechanical Engineer, Automation:

Designing and prototyping semi-automatic and fully automatic tooling and test fixtures for disc drive build lines.

Controlling pre-released documentation and drafting BOMs.

Modifying and redesigning existing tooling for semi-automatic and fully automated fixtures for handling new products.

Providing technical support for disc drive group and for class 10 clean room.


Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering (June 1986).

SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE, Sacramento, California

Computer Science Associates Degree (June 1984).

CABRILLO COLLEGE, Aptos, California

Electronics Associates Degree (June 1982).

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