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									                                      Christopher Singleton
                                  14500 Admiralty Way Apt. F303
                                      Lynnwood, WA 98087

CATIA V5 Mechanical Aerospace Technical Designer

*Generative Shape Design (G.S.D.)                              *Sheet Metal Design toolbar
*Part design toolbar (*.Part)                                  *Advanced Tube Design
*Assembly design toolbar (*.Product)                           *Drafting toolbar
*Knowledge ware (Visual Basic, Excel)                          *DMU Kinematics (motion)

Work Experience

L & E Tubing Inc., Lynnwood, WA                                                 July 2011-Current
CATIA V5 Technical Designer
Aerospace Engineering Design / Manufacturing
     Design Tubes, sheet metal Parts, Fixtures and Jigs using CATIA V5 to manufacturing
       specifications, including Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerances. (G. D. & T.)
     Use Generative Shape Design to solve engineering problems on drawings with CATIA.
     Edit CATIA documents for coordinates of bends and distances for manufacturing.
     Work with Quality Control management to insure AS9100c manufacturing quality and A.S.M.E.
       design standards while designing with CATIA V5.
     Manipulate drawings between CAD software, import / export file type conversions.
     Convert CATIA V4 to V5 CATIA Products (Assembly) and CATIA Part Documents.
     Create, maintain master files for engineering drawings, documents and update specifications.
     Document control: Control documents, part number system and revision control using the
     Manage ECN process origination, routing and approval to implementation.
Costco Wholesale Corporation, Lynnwood, WA                                March 1999 – April 2010
Computer Sales / Customer Technical Support
    Achieved goals in helping customers solve technical computer related issues.
    Solved office administrative, sales floor related computer hardware and software technical
    Monitored stock shortages and replenished stock levels in a timely manner.
    Generated sales by creating merchandise screen savers and other related advertising materials.
    Increase storage space and build display units on schedule.
    Trained co-workers about the knowledge of electronics and technical information.
Sverdrup & Parcel Engineering Inc., St. Louis, MO                 September 1997 – December 1997
Civil CAD Designer
     Coordinated projects with management phase of objectives and goals.
     Drafted on Intergraph Main Frame Computer Systems with 4 screen displays to vantage point
        viewing of line layers and sectional vertices.
     Designed and created 2D and 3D modeling of engineered diagrams according to the draft
        specifications and document control guidelines.
     Training including direct command line interface and graphic user interface structures for beams,
        platforms, retaining walls, railways, stairways and roadway civil engineering projects.

Washington State Department of Transportation (Shoreline, WA)       March 1990 – September 1990
Drafting Revisions / Concrete Inspector
    Performed all tasks in a timely fashion to meet projected goals.
    Completed drawing revisions under the supervision of a professional engineer for roadway
        construction at state offices.
    Performed administrative documentation control while maintaining revision requests.
    Accomplished goals in testing wet concrete to increase quality standards by using air
        entrainment, slump and the grade of concrete materials.
    Calculated concrete, asphalt yields and material consistencies while creating samples.
    Delivered assignments with State vehicles to State offices for signature approvals while
        completing administrative tasks for engineering projects.

Lake Washington Institute of Technology (Kirkland, WA)                  September 2010 – January 2012

        Major: Mechanical Engineering Graphics Design          Class      GPA     Status
         CATIA V5 R20       I, II & III (ENGT 222, 223 & 224)   4.0 GPA      Certificate of Completion
         Solid Works 2010   I & II     (ENGT 225, 226)          3.9 GPA                     Completed
         Auto CAD 2010      II & III   (ENGT 132, 133)          3.95 GPA                    Completed

                                                                          November 1994 - March 1996
        Major: Automotive Technician I & II                    3.3 GPA      Certificate of Completion

                                                                            February 1993 – July 1993
         Major: Advanced AutoCAD III & IIII                     4.0 GPA                 Completed

                                                                             July 1988 - January 1990
        Major: Structural Engineering Graphics Design          3.45 GPA Certificate of Completion

Griffin Business College (Bellevue, WA)                                   February 1985 – March 1986
        Major: Computerized Accounting

Job Corps (Astoria, OR)                                                     July 1981 - February 1983
        Major: Electronics Assembly                            G.E.D., A+ Certificate Completed


Mechanical Engineering Graphics Design: Proficient in mechanical drafting with CATIA V5, Solid works
2010 and AutoCAD. 2D, 3D parametric model drawings, exploded views, section views, auxiliary views,
dimensioning, orthographic extraction, advanced surface modeling with Generative Shape Design, loft,
multi-solids, dimensioning and tolerances, advanced solid designs, assembly drawing, Bill Of Materials
(B.O.M.) and organizational layouts. Proactive communication skills and design problem solving for
manufacturing processes.

Structural Engineering Graphics Design: Mechanical and civil drafting designs, structural steel detail
and design, tolerance Beam designs for copes and other interconnecting connections using A.I.S.C.
standards for grades of steel, cope tolerances, loads and allowable gauges to determine the structural
strengths of designs. Drawings included steel buildings, high rise buildings, fountains, platforms,
handrails and risers for steps.

Electronics Assembly: Schematic design and interpretation, wire wrapping, soldering, component
identification, circuit theory, diagnostics and analysis.

Design Programs: CATIA V5 R20, Solid Works 2010, AutoCAD 2010, Bryce 3D.
Resume online:

Special Project Made Completely with CATIA V5:


Adam Petersen
CATIA Instructor, Engineering Graphics: Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Boeing Technical Engineering Designer – Seattle, WA

Scott Acton
Auto CAD Instructor, Engineering Graphics: Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Boeing Technical Engineering Designer – Seattle, WA

Ken Brown
Solid Works Instructor, Engineering Graphics: Lake Washington Institute of Technology

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