Troy Michael Hush 447 Hunter Avenue Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 (908) 468-4777 or (908) 322-2845 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NCEngineering.web.officelive.com Objective To obtain a position in which utilizes my years of experience and education in the machine and electronic fields. Designing manufacturing process, and develop prototypes and controls systems, as a valued member of a superior design and production R&D team. Education 2002-2003 Union County College, Elizabeth, NJ Engineering studies, classes in CAD/CAM, AutoDesk InventerV8, Master Cam V9 mill and lathe, and Design Dimensioning and Tolerance Engineering 2001-2002 Devry College of Technology, North Brunswick, NJ Electronics Engineering Technology, Enrolled in BSEET Studies. I Finnish my first year. 2000-2001 RETS Institute, Nutley, NJ Electronics Engineering Technology: 18-month course covering basic in solid-state electronics, digital and analog circuitry, technical writing, drafting, microprocessors, computer hardware, software, networking fundamentals, and industrial applications. Transferred to Devry for a degree certification. 1997-1998 Union County Vocational Technical School, Scotch Plains, NJ Machine Technology: Certified in Master Cam, CNC mill and lathe, EDM and 4 axis wire EDM. I Received awards for outstanding academic achievement. 1995-1995 Computer & Design Manufacturing Technologies, Wayne, NJ Certified 200 hours in Fanuc CNC programming and AutoCAD 1988-1989 Tool & Machining Institute, Newark, NJ Certified 360 hours in Manual V/H milling, lathe setup, precision tool making and close tolerance measurement. December 1985 Lockheed Technical Training Center, North Plainfield, NJ Certified in MIL-STD-4543/REQUIREMENT NO.5 Machinist Experience 2006-2008 Princeton Plasma Physic Laboratory, Princeton, NJ Mechanical Technician: work on the NCSX project in many divers roles, proto typing and machining, fabricating specialized tools, fixtures and components. Responsible for doing precision measurement using laser, roamer arm and other large and small scale precision measurement devises in the building and assembly of the NCSX project. 2002-2003 Infineum USA, Linden, NJ Friction-wear test technician: Set-up and ran test equipment for testing of lubricants and friction modifiers for the automotive industry. I fabricated any tooling, fixtures or Parts necessary for testing. 2001-2002 Danly Die, Union, NJ Machine Operator: Setup and operated CNC mill machine center for the production fabricate of Dies and fixtures for the manufacturing industry. 2001-2002 Energy Beams Inc, Bloomingdale, NJ Machinist: Set-up/Operator and QC. Set-up and operate Fadel CNC mill and Secondary lathe operations. Designed and fabricate fixtures for dimensional tolerance QC checks for the manufacturing of integrated circuit manufacturing equipment. 2000-2001 S&S White Technologies, Piscataway, NJ Machinist: CNC machine programmer, setup and operator. Set-up and operate Okuma CNC vertical mill and 5axis lathe machines. Using OSP, IGS multi axis base controller. in the production of various stainless steel tools used in the medical field. 1996-1996 Osteonics, Allendale, NJ Operator: Operated Okuma CNC mill and lathe machinery and preformed quality control inspection in the production of joint replacement produce for the medical industry. 1994-1995 Brooklyn Tool Machine Company, Jersey City, NJ Machinist: Part and tool fabrication for a variety of customers. Was a conventional machine Job shop. Operated early model South Bend Engine lathe and Brown & Sharp vertical and horizontal mill machine, surface grinding. 1992-1994 G&J Steel Tubing Company, Somerville, NJ Production Manager. Night manager responsible for the production of steel tubing for refrigeration systems, this position involved conversational programming of New Form wire bending machine, tool fabrication, Quality Control inspection, drafting, documentation and managing of a small member team. 1990-1992 K.Wiltshire Machining, Roselle, NJ Machinist: Client contracts to built, repaired and maintain machinery. Refurbished parts redesigned and or fabricated new parts and or machinery. This position entailed both field service and inside shop work. Was conventional machine shop. 1988-1990 Interbake Inc, Elizabeth, NJ Machinist: R&D in diary division. Refurbishing, repair, redesigning and building ice-cream sandwich machines, wrappers, boxers and collators. Fabricated parts, components from blue prints and schematics. Used Conventional machines, Bridgeport, lathes, stainless steel Tig-welding plasma cutter. Skills Able to set-up and operate conventional and multi axis CNC machines centers. Operated Okuma, Haas, Fadel, and Cincinnati Milacron. and various Asian and German machines. V/H-milling machines, lathe’s EDM and EDM wire. Have a strong knowledge in custom tool design and fabrication, fixtures and programming of complex set-up for prototyping and production runs. Work in master cam, Smart Cam or straight G-code. Also work in AutoDesk Inventor, Auto-CAD and Turbo-CAD, familiarity in diverse 3D CAD-software.
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