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Engineer Sales

Location:
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, United States
Salary:
80000
Posted:
May 30, 2018

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Paul E. Glogowski

**** **. ******* ****

Janesville, WI 53546

SUMMARY

Extensive experience in failure analysis and prevention along with the selection of cost-effective materials including working knowledge of global public standards governing materials used in paper making machinery. Experience in thermal coating techniques including HVOF, HVAF, and plasma. Proficient in a variety of software applications including spreadsheets, project, text editors, databases, presentations, and graphing and analysis packages.

EXPERIENCE

Thermal Spray Technology

515 Progress way

Sun Prairie, WI 53590

Responsible for four thermal spray work cells Two HVOF lines one with limited changeover aan one highly flexible. Two plasma spray cells with one spraying only one product line and the other highly flexible. Duties

● Work with engineers and operators to improve efficiencies and operations

● Produce work instruction / job instruction documents to standardize procedures

● Reduce in plant and warranty losses.

● Conduct statistical analysis to reduce cost and improve efficiencies.

● Incorporate process and product improvements.

● Use lean and Six Sigma processes to improve efficiency and reduce losses.

● Maintain and upgrade permanent thermal spray masking materials. This required monitoring the condition of the masks as well as working with local suppliers to obtain replacement parts at a minimum cost

Achievements

● Employing time studies and statistical analysis, reduced manufacturing time by 50% on a product in the HVOF flexible line.

● Reduced manufacturing time 40% on another product by designing new fixtures and masking.

● Reduced change overtimes by writing clear and concise cell work instructions. Valmet

Beloit Service Center

1280 Willwbrook Dr.

Beloit, WI 53511

Manufacturing Engineer Jan 2015 – June 2017

Work with production manager on all manufacturing line in the Beloit Service Center. Primarily responsible for investigating new equipment and manufacturing techniques to reduce costs and scrap rates for paper machine spare parts and consumables. These include thermal sprayed coater blades, graphite composite paper machine headbox vanes, doctor blades, doctor blade holders. Continue to assist in sales of ceramic roll covers and NA locations in metallurgical issues.

● Specified new graphite composite cook table for headbox vanes. Work with potential suppliers of equipment to develop best solution.

● Wrote and implement lean manufacturing standard work instructions

● Worked with process experts to write standard job instructions

● Conducted root cause analysis (PDCA) with process experts to reduce scrap

● Improved efficiency of thermal spray coater blades by optimizing gun parameters Product Development Manager- Thermal Coatings May 11, 2000 - Jan 2015 Develop and enhance the thermal coatings product line with the goal of positioning Valmet as the industry leader. Duties include developing new products and the improvement of existing products and processes. Curriculum Vitae

Paul E. Glogowski

4311 No. Polaris Pkwy

Janesville, WI 53546

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Manage thermal spray operations in North America. Continue to assist all NA locations in metallurgical issues and suction roll sales

● Reduced manufacturing time for premium ceramic roll cover by 30%.

● Implemented new spray process that reduced the manufacturing time by 50% for all ceramic roll covers. This resulted in the ability to sell the product at a 25% discount while maintaining 50 – 60% gross margins

● Wrote all manufacturing procedures for ceramic and cermet roll covers

● Conducted root cause analysis of all manufacturing, and warranty claims for ceramic roll covers.

● Continuously improved the thermal spray processes by conducting audits and updating manufacturing procedures.

● Developed procedure to reduce scrap rate by only reapplying the ceramic top coat.

● Required over 75% market share for these ceramic covers. Product Manager- Thermal Coatings February 1, 1999- May 10, 2000 Develop and enhance the thermal coatings product line with the goal of positioning Beloit Manhattan as the industry leader. Duties include leading the product team in the development of new products and the improvement of existing products and processes. Global responsibility for sales forecasting, market development, market pricing, quality, warrantee issues, marketing literature, and sales training. Participate in professional organizations and prepare technical papers.

● Developed targets for potential sales in the US and Canada

● Provided root cause analysis for all production

Senior R&D Engineer – Materials November 1, 1998- January 31, 1999 Returned to R&D after completion of temporary Project Leader assignment.

(Details below)

S2000 Project Leader - Global Standardization of Raw Materials, Hardware, and Utility Products January 1, 1997 October 31, 1998 Project Leader overseeing three element leaders and three additional support people for the selection of global standards for raw materials, generic hardware and utility products. Raw Materials - Develop strategy and select material types for use in paper making machinery with a goal of 90% reduction of current material types.

● Realized goal was an 88% reduction.

● Generate cross-reference of materials for manufacturing sites in England, Italy, Poland, Brazil and United States.

● Selected metric sizes for the basic raw materials employing a statistical analysis and a goal of 90% reduction in variety of sizes.

● Realized goal was a 90% reduction.

● Generated purchasing information on all standard materials.

● Wrote internal standards based on global and local standards. Generic Hardware- Develop strategy and select standard fastener types with a goal of reducing variety of types and materials by 90%.

● Realized goal was a 91% reduction.

● Conducted statistical analyses reduce the number of sizes with a goal of 90%. Realized goal was an 89% reduction.

● Generated purchasing information on all fasteners. Write internal standards based on global and local standards.

Utility Products - Generate global cross-reference for items called out on prints such as sealants, adhesives and thread lubricants.

Engineer, R & D - Corrosion and Materials November 15, 1980 - December 31, 1996 Develop and oversee budget of approximately $160,000 per year including eight working projects. Conduct Curriculum Vitae

Paul E. Glogowski

4311 No. Polaris Pkwy

Janesville, WI 53546

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failure analyses of machine components. Determine root cause of failure and propose material and design changes. Investigate new materials and applications for use on paper machines. Perform chemistry and analysis of paper machine wet end systems from stock preparation to reel. Evaluate paper machine materials by corrosion and electrochemical testing. Evaluate coating systems for corrosion protection of paper machine components. Develop correct analytical techniques to evaluate paper machine white water systems. Assist all Beloit Paper machine groups in selection and application of materials. Supervise laboratory equipment, supplies, and two laboratory technicians.

● Provided technical sales documents and presentations for duplex stainless steel suction rolls.

● Evaluated a wide variety of materials and paint systems for application in paper machinery.

● Conducted root cause failure analysis on a wide variety of components in the paper machine

● Evaluated independent failure analysis reports and presented recommendations to upper management

Laboratory equipment:

●EG&G Model 384 Polarographic Analyzer;

●EG&G Model 350A Corrosion Measurement

Console;

●EG&G Model 273 Potentiostat/Galvanostat with

Lock in Amplifier for Electrochemical Impedance

Spectroscopy;

●MTS Materials Testing System with Ameritherm

induction heater;

● Beckman Acculab 1 Infrared Spectrophotometer;

●Orion 901 Ionalyzer;

●Amray SEM, with Tracor EDS;

●Unitron metallograph;

●Buehler metallography equipment.

EDUCATION

Case Western Reserve University

10900 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44106

M. S. Degree in Materials Engineering, May 1999

M. S. Project - Evaluation of SRG Suction Roll Material Evaluation included microstructural analysis, residual stress measurement and analysis, and fatigue crack growth resistance determination and corrosion fatigue resistance Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008

B. S. Degree in Paper Science, April 1979

Georgia Institute of Technology

North Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Completed June 2010

UW Madison

21 N. Park St. #7101

Madison WI, 53715-1218

High Performance Leadership Training, 1998

Project Management Series, 1997 - 1998

Curriculum Vitae

Paul E. Glogowski

4311 No. Polaris Pkwy

Janesville, WI 53546

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TECHNICAL AFFILIATIONS

Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industries: Corrosion and Materials Engineering Committee;

Program Chair,

Chairman

National Association of Corrosion Engineers:

Member T5H Corrosion in Process Industries

Chairman T5H 13 Paper Machine Corrosion and Materials PUBLICATIONS

W. S. Butterfield and P. E. Glogowski, TAPPI Journal, Vol. 69, No. 11, 1986. "Determination and Corrosivity of Thiosulfate Ion in Paper Mill Systems" P. E. Glogowski and A. P. Castillo, TAPPI Journal, Vol. 71, No. 6, 1988. "Evaluation of Cast Bronze Alloys in paper Mill White Waters"

W. S. Butterfield, P. E. Glogowski, and D. F. Bowers, 1989 Engineering Conference Proceedings, TAPPI PRESS. "ChemicalsDamaging Suction Rolls".

P. E. Glogowski and A. P. Castillo, 1989, Sixth International Symposium on Corrosion in the Pulp and Paper Industry Proceedings "Evaluation of Cast Bronze Alloys in Paper Mill White Waters" P. E. Glogowski 2004, Eleventh International Symposium on Corrosion in the Pulp and Paper Industry Proceedings "Suction Roll Material Comparison"



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