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San Jose State University (Mechanical Engineer)
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A former adjunct faculty professor of Evergreen Valley College in Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA), I enjoy teaching engineering design and drafting using AutoCAD software. I have experience in designing mechanical components in Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks, ProE, and CADAM.
I am senior mechanical engineer with experience in mechanical systems design and analysis of capital equipment used in research, aerospace, semiconductor, robotics, factory automation, and network communication. I have a good background in mechanical design, hydraulic, pneumatic, and structural components, hydraulic control unit, optomechanical, precision mechanics, failure analysis, thermal/fluids, Refrigeration, Heating Ventilation, and Air Condition (HVAC), Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID), vacuum chambers, electromechanical, and mechanical system design. US citizen, educated in ABET engineering colleges, and a talented engineer
I have experience teaching college students and adult classes in the rudiments of engineering design.
If you are interested to learn AutoCAD and Solidworks, now is the time to contact me. I am currently available in the Wilmington, NC area. A former adjunct faculty professor of Evergreen Valley College in Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA), I enjoy teaching engineering design and drafting using AutoCAD software. I have experience in designing mechanical components in Autodesk Inventor, … Read more
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