-Works well in team environments.
-Observant, inquisitive, and critical.
-Ability to conduct one's self enthusiastically in a field of interest or expertise.
-Looking to become more familiarized with material properties and when to select specific materials for a given objective.
-Looking to advance knowledge in the CAD industry.
-Would like to instruct/tutor the SolidWorks CAD software.
-Always looking for ways to become a better informed/well-rounded designer and engineer.
I've been fascinated by mechanisms and general design since I was a little boy. I don't think I had many toys for more than a week before I figured out how to take them apart. Some wouldn't always make it back together, but most would. As I got older, my interest turned towards computers. My fascination with mechanical engineering turned into a hobby before high school, so I would find free CAD software to doodle in on the home computer.
Eventually I had my first CAD classes in high school, and that sealed the deal. My passion took me into the realm of firearms, and I found myself designing different parts from my sophomore year through my senior year. By my senior year, I had developed a rifle completely from scratch. I now have a career as a mechanical engineer, but my goal is to start and run a business for firearms design and manufacturing.
Through my college years, I was a student by day, part time worker/SolidWorks junky by night. I mentored and tutored SolidWorks to fellow peers for two years. I developed a Youtube channel to provide my tutoring skills for free. Now I am here, looking to trade my knowledge for other peoples' knowledge. If you work with me, you'll find that I am very patient, considerate, and willing to teach from basic fundamentals, up to advanced professional applications.