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Mechanical Designer - Creo
Duties and Responsibilities:
Prepare layouts and basic design drawings and/or CAD models of new and improved products, subassemblies and components.
Assist the Engineer in charge with the analysis of research and engineering problems.
Work from general specifications to create original layouts of all but the most complex products.
Design components such as die castings, plastic molded parts, sheet metal stampings and screw machine parts.
Make detail drawings and/or CAD models of components and subassemblies.
Perform dimensioning and tolerancing calculations. Understand and be able to apply geometric and form tolerance dimensioning.
Assist in the acquisition and analysis of information and test data pertaining to research concepts, products, designs, subassemblies and components.
From general information prepare drawings, product BOM’s and Change Notices for release and/or change distribution.
Analyze prototype and competitive tools and measure and record data and information for evaluation by Engineers.
Perform some testing requiring little or no instrumentation.
Education and Experience Requirements
Requires a minimum of a technical Associate Degree and at least 6 months experience in designing, drafting and computer modeling and related technical assignments.
Prior experience with the methods and materials used to manufacture hand tools preferred.
Must have good interpersonal, verbal and written communication.
Strong mechanical design skills and ability to develop creative design solutions.