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Engineer Design

Arlington, Texas, United States
March 10, 2019

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Michael T. Rebustillo

Arlington, TX 214-***-**** Mechanical Design Engineering

Highly-motivated team player with tremendous experience in mechanical industrial design engineering. 17 years of Exceptional skill in 3D Solid Works for Reverse Engineering,Master Cam, and AutoCAD engineering software. Able to collaborate with all members of a team to formulate and achieve both short-term and long-term business goals. Credited with the timely delivery of hundreds of quality designs, under budget, both for companies and as a freelance design engineer.



Reverse Engineering

Aerospace Surfacing

Labor Management

Cost Minimization


Project Management

Metal Soft Programming

Merry Mechanization

Leica Laser Tracker

Leica Spatial Analyzer

Process Optimization

Full Assembly Drawings

Product Manual Images

Lasers & Turret Presses



(Freelancing Contract ) Working projects on & off from Home. TaylorBilt: Fort Worth, TX February 2017 – Current 2019

(Freelancing Contract ) Working projects on & off from Home. SAMAISTRIA ELEVATORS: Fort Worth, TX February 2017 – Current 2019

(Freelancing Contract ) Working projects on & off from Home. LLEBROC INDUSTRIES, HELM-CHAIR MARINE DIVISION, Fort Worth, TX October 2013 – February 2017 Mechanical Designer Engineer

Designed new product lines using Solid-Works for marine interiors world-wide. Fabricated drawings. Duties included custom design modeling, Reverse Engineering, ECN changes, writing materials invoices, creating detailed assembly drawings, and creating DWG, DXF, and STEP files. Helm chairs featured in cable TV’s Deadliest Catch. Key Contributions:

Increased sales by 20%, exceeding new product line goals by $200,000 in the first year.

Created 20+ world-class and custom designs for marine boat seats, pedestals, sliders, and foot rests.

Saved the company $75,000 on material costs in 2014.

Minimized labor costs and increased productivity by 30% in 2015. Michael T. Rebustillo

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SAWYER COMPOSITE, Fort Worth, TX (Aerospace Composites) August 2012 – October 2013 Mechanical Design Engineer

Used Solid Works for Reverse Engineering working with surfaces, Mastercam, and AutoCAD, CATIA to design composite laminates, cored structures, composite lay-up tooling, adhesive metal bond tooling, work holding fixtures for trimming/drilling, and vacuum forming tools. Customers: Northrop Grumman, Bell, Honda, GE, Boeing, General Dynamics. Key Contributions:

Saved $100,000 by creating efficient designs 20% under budget.

Inspected geometry for reverse engineering designs using Leica Laser Tracker and Spatial Analyzer software. Sample Pics next page.

PRECISE ENERGY PRODUCTS, INC., Fort Worth, TX March 2011 – June 2012 Lead Designer Engineer

Used Solid-Works to Create customized wire line, swabbing truck, nitrogen, and coil tube units. Drafted complete models, pairing multi-part assemblies with drawings to test interfaces and Reversed Engineering a lot of parts. Analyzed specialized engineering processes, and made ECN changes. Created DXF files, flat patterns, welding instructions, and used detailed geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Oversaw invoicing and E-files. Key Contributions:

Provided a detailed construction guide with clear instructions for manufacturers building our products.

Eliminated material and labor costs by 35% to save $150,000 on 3 projects.

Achievement: to reduce cost on labor & materials on all projects.

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HOLT CAT (Contracted through FOCUS POINT INC.), Irving, TX April 2010 – January 2011 Mechanical Design Engineer

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Designed generator fuel tanks using SolidWorks. Identified key components and coordinated material sourcing. Drafted models pairing multi-part assemblies with detailed geometric dimensioning and tolerance drawings. Tested interfaces with SolidWorks. Made ECN changes, DXF files, flat patterns, welding instructions, invoices, and E-files. Key Contributions

Initiated and developed a clear instruction manual for manufacturers to efficiently build our products.

Saved $350,000 by completing 5 projects under budget.

Reduced material spending by 20% and labor costs by 15%. Sample pics next page:


DAYTON ROGERS RAPID PROTOTYPE CENTER, Arlington, TX May 2005 – March 2009 Project Supervisor/ Design Engineer

Oversaw the identification of key components and coordinated material planning meetings. Ordered raw materials. Drafted detailed models, Reverse Engineer parts, tested interfaces with SolidWorks, and used Merry Mechanization for Mazak and Mitz Lasers. Documented design changes and prepared invoices. Key Contributions:

Saved $155,000 by completing projects approximately 30% under budget.

Reduced labor costs by 20% and material costs by 10%.

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Otis Elevator 1444 N. Cockrell Hill Rd. Dallas, TX (contract Designing on the side not full time) 2005-2007 Design Drafting Elevator Components using Solid Works & AutoCad. Contract work didn’t have samples... Michael T. Rebustillo

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Thomas Conveyor 555 N. Burleson Blvd. Burleson, TX (contract Designing on the side not full time) 2005-2007 Design Drafting Conveyor Components for Screw, Drag & Bucket and Belt Conveyor using Solid Works & Auto Cad. Continued


General Education Diploma, Robinson High School, Tampa, Florida SolidWorks Engineering Certification, Dassault Systems SolidWorks Corporation 2005/2009/2012 Sheet Metal and Drafting Diploma, Southwest Florida Tech Merry Mechanization Machine Programming Certification, Merry Mechanization Complex Systems Modeling & Simulation Infrastructure Course Amada Vipros 255 Turret & Apelio Punch Press Laser Certification, Amada School for Lasers & Turret Presses ISO 9002 Project Planning & Management Training & Certification FAA Supplemental Type Certificate in Project Management Certification in MetalSoft FabriWIN, MachineTalk, and Reverse Engineering, Cisco Precision Components Safety & First Aid Training

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