ABRAHAM VICTOR GRABER
Alameda, CA *****
Phone: 510-***-**** linkedin.com/in/abraham-graber-8616b5147 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Industrious mechanical engineer seeking entry-level opportunities.
Key skills and knowledge areas:
Skilled in designing and detailing mechanical parts and assemblies in Solidworks CAD.
Resourceful in using MATLAB and C to solve problems in solid mechanics, heat transfer, and mechatronics.
Familiar with application of finite element analysis (FEM, FEA) to rudimentary mechanical systems.
Background in engineering analysis of gear trains, power screws, and motor torque requirements.
Experience working with engineering drawings, bills of materials, and 3D printing.
Well-versed in MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook.
Background in programming CNC cutting tool paths with ESPRIT CAM.
Familiar with lathe and mill operation.
University of the Pacific – Stockton, CA
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME), 6/19
GPA: 3.98 – Valedictorian of School of Engineering and Computer Science
Senior Design Project:
Designed and manufactured (DFM) prototype apparatus for drone that could spray paint on wall with user input.
Applied failure mode and effects risk analysis (FMEA) to promote design validation and verification.
Used additive manufacturing (3D printing) to make prototypes for propeller guards and landing stabilizer system.
Mechanical Engineer, Trans Astronautica Corporation, 1/20 to Present
Collaborated with senior engineers to develop Solidworks model for solar thermal rocket.
Designed pulley drive mechanism to open/close aluminum cover used within optical mirror assembly.
Devised kinematic mount for optical mirror tip and tilt adjustment.
Performed FEA thermal and mechanical analysis of global assemblies, subsystems, and individual components.
Modified gearbox and motor specifications to accommodate larger thruster model in thruster gimbal assembly.
Calculated thermal expansion of materials used in solar thermal rocket thruster to determine tolerances.
Managed production and purchasing for solar thermal rocket assembly using Microsoft Excel.
Mechanical Engineer Intern, Guntert & Zimmerman, 1/18 to 7/18
Designed and detailed parts, weldments, and machine assemblies for concrete pavers and trenching equipment.
Referenced engineering sketches to model hydraulic components in Solidworks CAD.
Provided manufacturing floor support and resolved discrepancies between 3D CAD models and real-life assemblies by collaborating with shop workers and identifying root cause of problems.
Documented standard operating procedures for concrete paver pre-ignition processes.
Initiated ECRs (engineering change requests) to revise engineering drawings and manufacturing specifications.