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Engineer Design

Location:
Bear, DE
Posted:
December 13, 2019

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John M. Fiehl

** **** ****** *****

Sylvan Park

Bear, DE 19701

e-mail: ada2gb@r.postjobfree.com

302-***-**** Non- Active Secret Government Clearance

OBJECTIVE:

Senior Mechanical Designer with over 46,000 hours of Pro/ENGINEER design experience, including

CreoPro 3.0 (m050), Windchill, and Intralink. Seeking a full time or contract position designing machinery, equipment, military vehicles, tooling, parts for aerospace, composite technology, or electro-mechanical packaging and assembly.

EXPERIENCE:

01/29/18-11/01/18

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Chestnut Run Plaza, Wilmington, DE (contract with AllSource)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Creo 3.0 and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of turnkey Tyvek processing line. Brand new facility being fabricated, and installed in Luxembourg, Europe. Machine design activity of equipment on a large scale.

02/15/17 - 10/01/17

Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Company, West Chester, PA

Drawing Auditor (contracted with Kelly Services)

Machine shop liaison. Working with a client in Juarez, Mexico, involved in a $9M / year orthopedic device account. Making sure orders are being manufactured, on the shop floor, to the latest specifications.

11/15/15-12/02/16

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

Senior Professional Staff

Using Creo 3.0 and Windchill, file management system. 3D modeling, development and conceptualization of military vehicles, launch systems, missile systems and equipment classified as sensitive. Active "Secret" government clearance required. Worked on various antenna designs for NASA and DoD to include Fan Beam, Jato, Bravo Bandit.

11/15/12-11/15/15

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD (contracted with Advantage Resourcing)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Creo 2.0 and Windchill 10.1,M040 file management system. Documentation of Solar orbiter satellite (SOS SIS) designed to measure heavy ions and coordinated observation with NASA’s Solar Probe Plus. Complete drawing package conforming to ISO and European Space Agency standards. Major design contribution to project BRRISON which is a stratospheric science balloon designed to capture unique images and data from comet ISON in fall 2013 as it passes through our solar system. Funded by NASA's Planetary Science Division and is built in collaboration with APL, NASA Glenn Research Center and the Southwest Research Institute. In addition to development of scram jet tooling, for lifting and positioning components for USAF/AEDC. Design of Dynamometer test fixture, used for thruster force data, on SM3 missile platform in White Sands, NM.

9/3/10-11/15/12

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Chestnut Run Plaza, Wilmington, DE (contract with AllSource)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Creo 2.0 and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of Cyrel processing equipment located in Towanda, NY. Work included calendar roll metering, heated resin extrusion, packaging of electronic sensors, laser location and measurement instrumentation for the high speed printing industry.

Titanium dioxide equipment design, complete drawing packages for a brand new facility in Altimira, Mexico. Planetary gear metering pump redesign for Spruance,VA to promote interchangeability of pumps in Kevlar manufacturing. ASME Y14.5M-1994

10/27/07- 03/27/09

Lockheed Martin, Baltimore, MD (contract with Dua Computer Resources)

Using Pro/ENGINEER, Wildfire 3.0 and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of power distribution panel, 650VDC, controlling upper gun magazine. Considerations included shock, vibration, and EMI requirements. Under contract to BAE Systems, Advanced Gun System (AGS) Work to be used in program DDG1000 next generation U.S. Navy Zumwalt Class Destroyer.

Design and development of MK41 Vertical Launch System test equipment, incorporating the SM3 missile naval platform. Work included Hammond 19" racks, packaging of VXI card cage, power supplies, fiber optic control unit, computers, and cable connector panels. Under contract to the Japanese Navy.

DOD-STD-Mil Specs, GD&T, ASME Y14.5M-1994

6/22/07-9/22/07

Raytheon, Towson, Maryland (contract with American Contract Group)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0 and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of IFF (identification friend or foe) Rack. Work included electronic packaging of various components, interrogators, transponders, power distribution assemblies ect,. Complete top level assembly package including 3d modeling, drawings, schematics and smart bom.

Design and development of ESA (electrically steered array) Antenna. Work included electronic packaging of various components, phase shifters, radome, power dividers ect.. Complete top level assembly package including 3d modeling, drawings, schematics and smart bom. DOD-STD-Mil Specs, GD&T, ASME Y14.5M-1994

Work to be used in program DDG1000 next generation U.S. Navy Zumwalt Class Destroyer

2/3/07-6/10/07

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Chestnut Run Plaza, Wilmington, DE (contract with CDI Corporation)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0 and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of Kevlar processing equipment, for use in their Richmond, VA facility. Work included high pressure spinneret extrusion head redesign, incorporating higher density spin packs, resulting in high denier filaments, running at line speeds over 800 yards per minute. Work included new patentable technology to improve productivity, to be used in a new production facility. ASME Y14.5M-1994

4/1/06-2/1/07

Lockheed Martin, Baltimore, MD (contract with Dua Computer Resources)

Using Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire and ASD/IDE 4.9/Windchill file management system, Design and development of totally (water tight) VME card cage assembly modules. Novel concept incorporating convection cooled circulatory fan system. To be used on upper gun, ammo handling and pallet handling input/output control units, (IOCU). Under contract to BAE Systems, Advanced Gun System (AGS) . End use to be demonstrated on DDX, next generation U.S. Navy battleship. DOD-STD-Mil Specs, GD&T, ASME Y14.5M-1994

4/28/05 – 3/28/06

Delaware Design Service, Newark, DE

Independent contracting

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling Wildfire 2.0, Design and development of large heat exchangers for marine and earth moving equipment power systems. Work included castings, both as cast and machined, large assembly and detail drawing packages. Working with a defense contractor, in Aberdeen, MD. Development of conversion kits for earth moving equipment, dozers, scrapers, rollers ect.. Changes to existing equipment included: ” thk. alloy steel armor plate enclosures, incorporating 3” thk. bullet proof glass and air conditioned cabs. Vehicles delivered to Kuwait City for the U.S. Marines.

10/18/04 – 4/22/05

Lockheed Martin, Baltimore, MD (contract with Echelon Service Company)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V2001 and Intralink file management system V3.3, design and development of MK41 Vertical Launch System, global positioning system integrator (VGI) incorporating the SM3 missile, naval platform, guidance system and fiber optic controls. Work included mechanical packaging of static racks, weldments and test fixtures, design of power control unit (PCU) housing, bi-module and interconnect junction boxes. Work also include large model reconstruction of launch sequencer for NOR process. Complete drawing packages, level 3, per

DOD-STD-100 Mil Specs, GD&T, ASME Y14.5 and ANSI/AWS A2.4 welding.

5/07/04 - 10/07/04

Delaware Design Service, Newark, DE

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V2001, Complete carbon SiC tooling development for ATK/GE aerospace, of high temperature tiles used by NASA Patch program . Work included carbon fiber lay-up tooling and process tooling, resulting in space shuttles outer skin protective shield withstanding over 2000 degrees F, upon re-entry. Work also included continuation of previous assignment. DOD Mil Specs, GD&T.

9/30/03 - 5/07/04

Xanthus Consulting LLC, Newark, DE

Design and development of tooling used on the X-37 composite space shuttle for Boeing/GE. Work includes design of wing leading edge, trailing edge, ruddervator and flaps, graphite assemblies for the development of high temperature carbon SiC aerospace components for qualification testing and NASA approval. Using Pro/ENGINEER 2001 to interface with the customers design specifications and processing needs, resulting in a challenging, fast pace program.

DOD Mil Specs, GD&T.

5/1/2003 - 9/28/03

General Dynamics, Woodbridge, VA (contract with Peak Technical Services)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V2001 and Intralink file management system, design and development of MK 46 high speed 30mm turret gun, used on AAAV land-sea vehicle. Responsible for (SI) system integration of model assemblies, space allocation, weight management and promotion for final approval. Work to include conceptual proposals of retro-fit for the Sri Lanka Navy.

1/1/2000 – 5/24/2002

Lockheed Martin, Baltimore, MD (contract with Echelon Service Company)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V2000i2 and Intralink file management system, design and development of DD21, next generation rocket launcher VLS2100, intended for retro-fit on most U.S naval battleships. Work included complete drawing packages of restrained fire proto-type, being responsible for plenum, uptakes, canister adapters, top plate and ablative approval. Work closely with IRAD and stress engineers resulting in a successful firing and contract fulfillment.

Design and develop Maintenance Assistants Module (MAMS) cabinet, housing electronic test equipment used in launcher diagnostics. Work included E/M packaging and complete drawing package with vibration and shock forces being the major constraints. Development of a new concept boasting 70% reduction in cost, Major redesign of Programmable Power Supply (PPS) including E/M packaging and drawing modifications for final approval by the U.S. Navy. DOD-STD-100 Mil Specs, GD&T, ASME Y14.5

1999 – 1999

Novasep Inc., Gibbstown, NJ (contract with Synerfac Technical Staffing)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V-20. Design and development of liquid chromatography process modules. Packaging of pumps, motors, valves and filters.

1998 - 1999

J H Consulting, Bear, DE

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V-19. Design, model and development of staking fixture for assembly of machined parts for Hewlett Packard. Provided machined and assembly drawing packages of large composite vacuum rolls for DuPont, Zydel, division. Preliminary R.O.M. price quotations of carbon fiber tape lay-down machine for Allied Signal. Work included design package, including fabrication drawings, selection of purchased drive system, heaters, and mandrels for production of composite thrusters for aerospace.

1998 - 1998

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Beech Street Engineering Center, Wilmington, DE

(contract with Day & Zimmermann, Inc.)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V-19. Assigned to design, model and develop Sonic Embossing Head System for retro-fit of two thousand sock boarding machines currently being used in production of Lycra products. Perform design of pellet analyzer for AG Products division. Redesign of laminator to lower costs for Cyrel division. Work included complete fabrication drawing packages.

1993 – 1998

Cytec Fiberite Inc., Newark, DE (contract with Day & Zimmermann, Inc.)

Using Pro/ENGINEER modeling V-19. Perform tool design and process development. Provide design, fabrication and installation of equipment supporting thermoset and thermoplastic composite parts for aerospace. Work included: fan blade containment case for next generation Pratt & Whitney jet engine and lay-up tooling for robotic production of Pratt & Whitney by-pass duct and flat plate tools for carbon fiber lay-down heads at Cincinnati Milicron. Was involved in major redesign of carbon fiber tow process resulting in "the best tape made in the world" as proclaimed by N.A.S.A. Filament winding machine reconfiguration and autoclave support tooling.

1991 – 1993

E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Chestnut Run Plaza, Wilmington, DE (contract with H.L. Yoh Co)

Design, fabrication and installation of process equipment to impregnate carbon fiber using an electro-static charging technique. Vendor liaison and engineering liaison to DuPont, Bradford, CT. Work focused on filament winding process technology and high- temperature mandrel design for thermoplastic filament winding, process development and winding head modifications. Market entry products include: high-speed rotors for electric cars, oil and gas drill shafting, bazooka barrels for the U.S. Army, underwater high-pressure vehicles for the U.S. Navy.

1985 – 1991

E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc., Christiana Labs, Wilmington, DE (contract with H.L. Yoh Co)

Supervised a group of four designers in research and development of Advanced Composites. Responsible for design, fabrication and purchasing of process equipment to develop market-entry product. Performed redesign of polymer systems, wind-up and un-wind equipment. Precision rolls, nips, heaters and applicator devices; specializing in vendor liaison and machine shop fabrication.

1980 – 1985

E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc., Christiana Labs, Wilmington, DE (contract with H.L. Yoh Co)

Layout, design, installation of high speed web production equipment which includes: web bonding, quenching of textile filaments, air forming of non-woven structures (Sontara), and wind-up technology. Responsible for development of machinery and processes to increase productivity. Develop new products for marketing. Work included: machine design, liaison with vendors, fabrication follow up through installation.

1979 – 1980

E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc., Willow Bank Plant, Newport, DE (contract with H.L. Yoh Co)

Layout and design of mechanical plant production equipment for loading, washing, coating, baking, trimming, packaging of Lucite sheets. Work included redesigning of automated assembly lines, plant layout and process changes.

1979

IBM, Endicott, NY (contract with Innovation Associates)

Layout and design of manual and automated test equipment for evaluation of printed circuit modules using metric-dual dimensioning and tolerancing. Package reciprocating devices, pneumatic actuators, sonic switching devices, and electro-mechanical hardware.

1978 – 1979

Kason Hardware Inc., Kirkwood, NY

Refrigeration Research and Development Department. Revised present manufacturing procedures and products dealing with die castings, stampings and fixtures.

1977 – 1978

IBM, Endicott, NY (contract with Electro - Mech Concepts)

Redesign of a high-speed check sorting and processing computer, which did various paper handling functions to automate the banking business. Packaging of pneumatic sensors, motors, blowers, acoustical equipment and detection devices.

1977

Motorola, Phoenix, AZ (contract with Kirk Meyer Inc.)

Prepared detailed drawings of machined parts, jigs, castings and chassis. General update and revisions, E.C.N. sheets, parts lists. Y-14, Mil Specs.

EDUCATION

Various PTC training courses including Wildfire for advanced users.

Broome Technical College, Binghamton, New York, 1972

Canton College, Canton, New York - Drafting and Design program, 1970

Johns Hopkins University-Fundamentals of GD&T per ASME Y14.5M-1994, 2014

COMPUTER EXPERIENCE

Computer Graphics: Creo 3.0 Pro/ENGINEER, Windchill 10.1,M070, Intralink 3.4, ASD/ID

Three-dimensional modeling with the production of two-dimensional working drawings.

Management of large (file size) assembly models. Able to reconstruct, limit failures, reduce errors and enhance performance of top level assemblies. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.

Keywords: Pro-e, Pro/e CreoPro Creo (m050) Move-it file management system.



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