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Mechanical Engineer Engineering

Los Angeles, CA
March 09, 2018

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Robert Murray

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Los Angeles, CA 90019

• Manufacturing

• Problem Solving

• Design

• Multicultural

• Teamwork

• Time Efficiency


TUTOR, Tried and True Tutoring (March 2016 – Present) SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, SubTeach USA (September 2016 – February 2017) Substitute taught classes for full time teachers at four local high schools MECHANICAL ENGINEER, Baldor Electric Company (August 2013 - March 2016) Designed electric motors for industrial applications and provided technical customer support

• Supported sales and manufacturing by answering mechanical questions regarding bearing speed, bearing loading, BOM, machining tolerances, motor natural frequency, grease, and other parts

• Processed custom motor orders, which have approximately 100 part numbers in the BOM, using SAP

• Created cross section and layout motor and part drawings in AutoCAD Mechanical for each motor

• Maintained an intimate knowledge of mechanical design requirements, such as 30,000 hours for minimum bearing life, 5,000rpm for maximum bearing speed, and Inpro seals for IP65 requirements

• Designed every motor to function in the worst-case scenario by choosing parts that contributed to an overall motor safety factor of 2 or greater

• Developed a method with a senior engineer for calculating a motor’s natural frequency with a variance of +/- 10% using FEA in Solid Works, reducing the response time to the customer by 80% ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENGINEERING INTERN, Apex Tool Group (January 2013 - July 2013) Designed facility energy efficiency improvements and estimated resulting savings

• Saved $4,000 in annual electric costs by designing a layout of fluorescent lighting in the plant where HID lights had been

• Saved $10,000 by implementing organizational change through lighting shutdown procedures

• Saved $6,000 by identifying leaks in the compressed air system and replacing the old hoses and fittings with new ones

• Saved $100,000 in utility contract costs by selecting a different utility plan based on costs associated with peak hour usage


B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Minor in Business Management University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (August 2008 - December 2012) SENIOR PROJECT, Pratt and Whitney (Spring 2012 – Fall 2012) Designed an ergonomic room for cleaning jet engine casing, including a cart, pneumatic arm and HVAC system

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