|Desired Industry: Engineering
|Desired Job Location: marrysville, Ohio
||Date Posted: 11/30/2010
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||U.S. Work Authorization:
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel:
|Highest Degree Attained:
||Willing to Relocate:
14 years of experiences in welding engineering, especially in the aircraft, automotive and heavy industries.
Certified Agent in Resistance Welding and Six Sigma Green Belt for GE Aircraft Engine.
Emerson Certification Quality Program (Similar to Six Sigma Program)
Lean Manufacturing Practitioners
Very strong in analytical and problem solving skills.
Emerson Climate Technologies Jan 1999- Present
Lead Advanced Manufacturing Engineering -Welding 2008- Present
Support Reynosa, Mexico plant 2008- present.
Support Reynosa, Mexico plant welding operation includes training personnel, development core technical team for welding operation, set up system to monitor welding processes, PM program, processes improvement and cost reduction initiative.
Manage capacity expansion and New Part Introduction projects.
Reynosa Line 3 Project: Currently I am working in a project to build a new production line that is capable of producing 750 compressors in Reynosa, Mexico. I am responsible for all aspect of welding equipment from plant lay out, welding processes development, select vendor, written RFQ, Machine qualification plan, shipping, installation and equipment qualification at the vendor and in the plant, built CFM, Pilot, PM, spare parts, training production engineer, training production
to production support and production ramp-up. The welding processes include: three phase MFD resistance, single phase AC, Smash seam weld, Auto MIG and Friction welding.
Reynosa Line 2 Project: Successful removed all the welding equipments of a production line which capable of building 750 thousand compressors from Lebanon, MO, then retool, replace weld control, power supply and integrated all welding equipments. Shipped all the equipment to Mexico, install, process development, and qualify all the weld equipments for CFM, Pilot and support production startup. Also supported the production ramp up.
Developed MOS, Technical Reference sheet, PM program for line 3 welding equipment, training operators and engineer.
Senior Asian Advanced Manufacturing Engineering -Welding 2003-2008
Support China and Thailand welding operation.
Manage New Part Introduction Programs consisting of processes development, design review, budgeting, planning and manufacturing implementation as pertain to welding and manufacturing.
Define; develop tooling, fixturing as necessary to manufacturing new products.
Retooling current production line to manufacturing new products.
Support plants with processes improvement and optimize manufacturing processes utilize Six Sigma.
Thailand Line 2 Project: Manage activities in the Shell Fabrication, Sub-Assembly, Weld and Test area for assembly line capable of producing million compressors annually. In particular, my responsibilities include budgeting, plant layout, equipments specification, purchasing, qualification, installation, and start up activities.
Develop processes parameters, Work Instructions, training and Preventive Maintenance procedures for all equipments;
Audit all workstations for Pilot and working with production engineers for production launch.
EVI Program in Thailand and China: Involved in design of the EVI fitting, welding process development for EVI and launched EVI product in Thailand and China.
Stretch Summit Program: Involved in product design, process capability, apply mechanic testing, process development of Lower Bearing Weld.
Launched Stretch Summit product in USA, Thailand and China.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Global Technical Support 2001-2003
Provide support and act as technical advisor for plants located in North America.
Processes improvement and optimize manufacturing processes utilize Six Sigma mythology.
Implement engineering changes, process improvements, and leveraging best practices.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering - Summit Project 1999-2001
Manage welding equipments for Summit Assembly line capable of producing 500 thousand compressors annually, which include robot-welding system, resistance welding machines, and Semi-Auto Mig weld machines.
Manage on various aspects of equipments purchasing, engineering, installation, and systems start up activities. In particular, selected welding power supply, weld control, design control panel view for all Mig welding machines, coordinated design of tooling for the Resistance and MIG welding machines, design the software interface for Panasonic power supply and Servo drive for control welding machines.
Qualify welding equipment, machine run-off and process optimization
Create and provide operation training program for technicians and operators
ITT Automotive New Lexington, Ohio March 1998-Jan 1999
Project Engineer/ Welding Engineer- Tube Mill
Solving the contamination problem on the inside of the double wall continuous braze tube
Research and development for the continuous double wall braze mill: Developed Load Cell concept, which solved two most critical problems in the tube mill: buckle and pull apart. With the Load Cell, was able to increase the mill speed from 120 FPM to 250 FPM or double productivity of the mill and reducing scrap.
Developed QFD (Quality Function Deployment), defined CTQ (Critical to Quality), KCC (Key Characteristic Control), process FEMA and Control Plan for the braze mill.
Optimization the braze mill process, and improvement for all resistance welded tube mills.
Elano Corporation (Subsidiary of GE Aircraft Engine) Dayton, Ohio Jun. 1996-March 1998
General Electric Aircraft Engines agent for the Resistance Welding Process and Technical Cell Coordinator.
Provided technical support to a new production cell. Instructed Router, Manufacturing Operation Sheet, First Article Inspection sheet and Bill of Materials, developed Cell Layout, calculated Manpower require, Tack time and cycle time
Qualified welding equipments and certified weld schedule.
The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio Sep.1988-1996
Research Assistance (Mechanical Engineering Department)
Assisted student on the General Motor project to develop a measurement technique for the material contact properties that are critical to the simulation of the Resistance Spot Welding.
Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan Jun, 1995-Sep., 1995
Welding Engineer Summer Intern-Structure & Stamping; Advanced Manufacturing Technology Development.
Evaluated the electrode wear rate of the Mid Frequency D.C Spot Weld on different Aluminum Alloys, and analyzed the wear mechanism and effect of wear rate on the weld nugget.
The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio.
Bachelor of Science in Welding Engineering.
Graduated in June, 1996
Minor: Welding Processes and Nondestructive Evaluation.
Achievement and Scholarship:
Recipient of the Scarlet and Gray Scholarship, Harry W. Ebert, and Utilase System Scholarship
in Welding Engineering Department
Emerson Consider It Solved Awards .
Lean Manufacturing Practitioners
Copeland Certification Quality Program
GE Aircraft Engines Six-Sigma Green Belt
Computer: AutoCAD, Minitab, and Microsoft Office
Fluent, both oral and written, in Vietnamese
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