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Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Engineer

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
February 24, 2018

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ADITYA KUMAR 857-***-**** 130 Dartmouth St – Apt. 701, Boston MA 02116


Manufacturing Engineer at Olympus Scientific Solutions America, Waltham, MA January – June 2017

Inspected incoming inventory for defects and specification failures using various testing equipment and methods

Designed and machined fixtures and components to improve manufacturing yield; Reduced resource wastage by 2-3%

Compiled technical engineering documents and ECOs to support and improve manufacturing processes

Performed failure analysis on shelved products such as transducers, wedges, cables and fixtures

Tested transducers and raw materials on their performance properties such as frequency, polarity and impedance

Conducted audits for manufacturing processes, order fulfilment and shipping to remove discrepancies in procedure

Mechanical Engineering Technician Co-op at Canon USA, Cambridge, MA January – June 2016

Assembled fiber-optic catheter prototypes using programmable machines and precision tools

Tested assembled prototypes and other materials using Instron and laser machines

Designed and printed prototype parts using SolidWorks and 3-D printers

Manufactured ball lenses using glass fiber and automated machines

Developed new test methods and enhanced older processes to improve product testing efficiency by 20%

Validated designing and testing procedures as per FDA healthcare regulations

Documented technical reports and documents on testing results

Intern at Victor Forgings, Jalandhar, India May - June 2014

Designed 5 different sizes of wrenches using AutoCAD and SolidWorks

Observed the process of manufacturing wrenches and combined wrenches


Mechanics of Materials Lab, Northeastern University, Boston, MA January - May 2015

Used Instron machine to test material properties of metals, ceramics and plastics

Computed lab results and reports using Word and Excel

Identified materials based on material properties like stress, strain and hardness in lab reports


Northeastern University, Boston, MA May 2018

Candidate for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics

GPA: 3.35

Relevant Courses: Manufacturing systems and Techniques, Controls and Systems, Electrical engineering, Mechanical Engineering design, Engineering Project Management, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Dynamics and Vibrations, Mechanical Engineering Design and Computation, Engineering Design and Mechanics, Engineering Problem Solving

Activities and Honors: Northeastern Cricket Team, Intramural Soccer, Dean’s List


Applications: MATLAB, SolidWorks, Simulink, AutoCAD, ANSYS, LabVIEW, Maple, Microsoft Excel, Word

Programming: C++, Minitab, Microsoft Project, Arduino

Machining: Instron Machine, High Speed recording camera, Oscilloscope, Bridgeport milling and turning machine

Database: Visual, Omnify

Languages: English, Hindi and Punjabi

Play team sports like soccer, cricket and field hockey

Drone photography


House Captain and College Monitor, Mayo College December 2011 – April 2013

Led house contingent to Narsinghgarh Shield victory.

Conducted fall-in meetings to motivate house contingent.

Represented school at inter school events.

Round Square International Service Project (RSIS), Ladakh, India July - August 2012

Collaborated with other members to build 6 bathrooms and a storage unit for a local school

Planned and organized daily group activities, ensuring optimal utilization of time and resources

Assisted the young, underprivileged students in getting acclimatized to the new school facilities

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