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Manager Manufacturing Engineer

Issaquah, Washington, 98027, United States
August 30, 2018

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Alfred C. Rillos

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Issaquah, WA 98027 Cell: 206-***-****


CAD/CAM: CATIA V5 (30,000 hours)

Data Base: Enovia, SmarTeam, SQL

CAD Instructor: CATIA V4, CATIA V5 Design/Drafting, CATIA V5 Numerical Control Skills: Numerical Control programming, Vericut, Tool design, Tool Liaison, Drafting, Postprocessor writing, QA, Microsoft Office Suite, Java, HTML, PHP Summary:

Ten years of tool design (Assembly, scaffolding, composite) Ten tears of CAD drafting.

Twelve tears of numerical control programming.

Six years teaching CATIA for Design/Drafting and Numerical Control programming Engineering project manager for Space Shuttle Heatshield. Establish Numerical Control discipline at Israel Aircraft Industries. Design/build for vacuum tooling and first article for various suppliers of aerospace composite components.

Negotiated contracts with Israel Aircraft Industries and Mitsubishi Industries RM Manufacturing Kent, WA Jan 2016 to present

Responding to RFQ, captured contract to design vacuum fixtures, and program trim paths for long-term fabrication of. 787composite panels. Required 5-axis methods. Provided Master Dimension definition for stringer locations 767 configuration. Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Frederickson WA January 2015 December 2015 Utilized Spatial Analyzer QA software to determine results of skin, spar, rib, and stringer laser tracker surveys.

Verified validity of contour composite tape laying programs. Develop flat pattern from engineering design for comparison against components for visual QA analysis.

RM Manufacturing Kent WA December 2013 to December 2014 Responding to RFQ’s to partner with Angeles Composite Technologies for Airbus requirements. Designed vacuum fixture, and trim programming of all Honda Jet composite panels. Taught CATIA through Everett and Renton Community Colleges. HEXCEL Kent WA May 2013 to October 2013

Programmed cutting paths of various composite aircraft components. Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Tukwila WA August 2011 to November 2012 Programed cutter paths for parts, and vacuum fixtures at Advanced Developmental Composite Center.

RM Manufacturing Kent WA Jan 2011- July 2011

Respond to RFQ for Airbus Tooling and Fabrication requests for cost and delivery times Programmed metal cutting for Skills Inc.

Designed and fabricated foam tooling for Composite Solutions Corp., and Fiber dyne Inc., Developed prototype layup mandrel for Corvette Automobile redesign. Nova Tech Lynnwood, WA June 2010 - December 2010

Designed stabilizer layup mandrel and trim tooling for Embraer 550 Aircraft. Modified scaffolding for Boeing 767 ‘moving’ assembly line. (required concurrent skill in V4, V5 and interpretation of 1980 vintage board drawings). Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Auburn, WA March 2007 – March 2010 First use of Knowledge Based Engineering Software (KBE) for experimental composite tooling. Designed Assembly and Weld jigs for Auburn Tool and Duct group through three phases of acceptance.

RM Manufacturing Kent, WA Jan 2003- March 2007

Designed tooling and trimming of composite aircraft interiors and helicopter components for Composite Solutions, C&D Zodiac, Teague, and Aim Aerospace Taught CATIA at Boeing Renton, and Renton Community College. Managed offload of CNC programming for Israel Aircraft Industries. Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Renton, WA Jan 1998 – Jan 2003 As direct employee, taught. CATIA V4, V5, and DCAC / MRM. Liaison for 737 assembly.

Designed new tooling, modify and improve existing tooling for the 747, 767, and 777 programs. Checked tool designs for functionality, and adherence to Boeing TDM. M & T Design Services Bothell, WA Jan 1997 - Jan 1998 Managed the Raytheon JPATS High-Speed CNC programming and fixture design project. Directed the efforts of programming and fixture design in the local and external offices Responsible for setting up project requirements and quality assurance of all deliverables. D3 Technologies Mukilteo, WA Jan 1994 – Jan 1997

Managed Mitsubishi High Speed N/C programming effort. Working manager, providing training and technical direction to programming staff. Monitored time, schedule, and cost.

Responsible for all correspondence with Mitsubishi management. Travel to Japan for contract negotiations.

Programmed major frame for Lockheed F22.

Boeing Aircraft (777) Seattle, WA Aug 1991-Jun 1994 Tool Designer: Mechanical Equipment, master gauges, requiring extensive use of geometric tolerancing and surfaces for numerical control.

CNC Liaison: Primary support for new tool fabrication requiring numerical control machining, providing CATIA definitions of solids, surfaces and wireframes. Committee member for directing efforts and processes for tooling CMM. Education: UCLA mechanical engineering no degree

Attending Lake Washington Institute of Technology Computer Science Certification: Manufacturing Engineer (CASA/SME)

Veteran: U.S. Army

Language: Intermediate Spanish

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