DUANE PUTNAM
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Company
APG CASH DRAWER, LLC
Job Title
PROJECT ENGINEER
Industry
OEM METAL FABRICATION AND ASSEMBLY
Company Website
http://APGCD.COM
I'm Looking For:
Networking, Career Opportunities, Inspiration
Personal Interests
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES, PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL, FRESH WATER FISHING, 3D CAD

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At 2:53am on May 9, 2013, Daniel.Lou said…

Hi,this is Daniel,i am a engineer professional in prototyping and tooling in China.Hope we could learn more each other in here and also hope have an opportunity to work with you.

www.jevny.com
www.jevny.wordpress.com (Prototype and Tooling life in Shenzhen)

At 9:36am on March 31, 2010, Peter Vigil Jr. said…
Hi Duane,

I recently read your post about low volume tooling. Our company specializes in Low Volume Prototyping and Tooling.

www.star-prototype-china.com

Please give me a call at 619-251-2145 so I explain our quick turn tooling solution for you.

Thanks,

Pete Vigil Jr.
pete.vigil@star-prototype-china.com
North American Sales Manager
At 4:59pm on August 19, 2009, Paul Spiech said…
Duane,

I have a client in Chicago seeking a Mechanical Project Engineer with strong SolidWorks skills. They would like someone with experience designing products where aesthetics are involved.

If you are interested in hearing more please send me an email with your contact information to pauls@sriusa.biz.

Thanks,
Paul Spiech
At 10:46am on March 26, 2009, Jerry Gordon said…
Thanks Duane,

That is good advice and I do all my work at 1 to 1. This was an assembly that I picked up from the user library. It is a drawing of a car that I would like to use in one of my assemblies.

Jerry Gordon
At 7:43am on January 21, 2009, Gerritt VanNoord said…
Depends on how effective each individual is at the assigned task. To me, it's logical assigning someone to do what their specialty would be. CAD operaters are very efficient at "materializing" an idea and engineers have the idea of what to do with the materials. Seems it would be more efficient to keep them separate. Each project has it's own context.
my $0.02
 
 
 

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