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Engineer Engineering

Houston, TX
April 23, 2020

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Ravi Subramani • 469-***-**** •

• Houston, Texas (Open to relocation) • Currently on H1B visa SUMMARY

Industrial Engineer with 2 years of experience in the field of Product Design, Manufacturing and Quality Control

Masters in Industrial Engineering with emphasis on Design, Lean Manufacturing, Supply chain management and Data analytics

Key competencies include New Product Development, DFMA, Lean Manufacturing (waste elimination) & Root Cause Analysis

Proficiency in Process Mapping, Time Study, Process improvement & 3D Models for optimum manufacturability using SolidWorks CERTIFICATIONS AND TECHNICAL SKILLS

Certifications: • Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training • Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) Core Skills: • Process Mapping • Layout Planning • Time-Study • MRP • GD&T • Quality Control • Continuous Improvement Software Skills: • AutoCAD • SolidWorks • MS Excel • Tableau • MiniTab • Salesforce CRM • MySQL WORK EXPERIENCE

Associate Industrial Engineer Counter-Craft Inc., Houston, TX May 2018- Present

Reduced serving line wait times and improved food reachability by 18.5% by designing a new bracket for sneeze-guards using SolidWorks and AutoCAD

Designed an NSF compliant temperature controlled Lazy Susan that is forecasted to generate a revenue of $2M by end of 2020

Reduced the process time to 1/7th by eliminating drilling process by replacing with alternative process of shooting studs

Developed the new lighting system for Texas A&M Davis Player Development Center using optimal quantity of materials with wastage under 1%

Industrial Engineering Intern Counter-Craft Inc., Houston, TX Feb 2018 – April 2018

Reduced process time by 5% for glass handling using efficient material handling techniques

Reduced line assembly time by 8% by incorporating NSF certified LED lights which are 30% cheaper

Provided engineering and installation drawings to suppliers & installers specifying tolerances/ finishes required using GD&T Engineering Intern Ashok Leyland May 2014- Aug 2015

Applied systematic root cause analysis using MiniTab and reported root causes for tire and axle wear

Increased 4% in throughput by performing data analysis on lift axle toe measurements EDUCATION

Master’s in Industrial Engineering • University of Houston • GPA: 3.67 Dec 2017 Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering • GITAM University • GPA: 3.81 May 2016 PROJECTS

Facility Layout Optimization using Process Mapping and Lean Principles

Collaborated with shipping coordinators in development of a fixed racks for storing glass and reducing the risk of shatter by 70%

Used 5S techniques and annexed 1250 Sq. ft. of inventory space to QC by successfully eliminating A-frames for Quality Control

Streamlined the flow by relocating the glass and loose items storage close to shipping area minimizing partial order fulfillment Stainless-Steel Scrap and Re-Work reduction

Monitored data of re-nested stainless steel parts for over 6 months and identified trends in error and re-work rates

Saved an estimated amount $73k a year by taking corrective action and reduced scrap by proper training and work management Quality Management of Glass

Identified and eliminated bottlenecks in quality testing of glass using principles of Process Mapping and Lean Six Sigma

Minimized glass errors by setting up spot checks, eliminating back-order by MRP and stocking DFM/DFA of Special Jig - Engineering Design and Prototyping

• Doubled the efficiency of special jig by performed DFA/DFM analysis

• Utilized ANSI/ASME, GD&T techniques and assigned hole and shaft tolerances, detailed dimensions based and assigning fits Design and Analysis of Aluminum Alloy Wheel Rim - Senior Thesis

• Developed a wheel rim design with the primary objective to increase the strength to weight ratio by 30%

• Reduced the net weight by 10.5 kg using Al-alloy wheel rims as against conventional steel rims without affecting stability

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