you looking for a creative, motivated, and hard working manufacturing
engineering graduate? Hello, my name is Tim Williams, I am a
recent graduate from Washington State University, and I excited to find
a company that can utilize my skills. You can look at my engineering
resume by selecting the resume link on the left.
graduated this last May; with a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering
and a Minor in Mechanical Engineering. Washington State University has
a very up to date campus where the latest technology is integrated into
the engineering experience. The program has trained me to plan and design
manufacturing processes; maximize efficiency by analysis and layout
of equipment, workflow, assembly methods, and work force utilization.
To aid in the design process in order to maximize output. A manufacturing
engineer is much like a mechanical engineer except instead of designing
a product they design the process and machinery that will manufacture
my training, I have become a very flexible engineer where I have designed
and built products and designed the process of how it would be manufactured. I have participated in some very intense projects. A few of my highlighted
projects are automation a glaciology experiment through a PC, which
was controlled by Visual Basic. Another was designing a robot and developing
software through C in order to control it. The plant facilities asked
us to design an apparatus that would allow them to clean their lawn
tractors and a team of four, including myself, designed a ramp so that
they could access the underside of their heavier mowers.
been studying computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and I am very interested
in this area. I would love to learn more about robotics and factory