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Company
John
Job Title
Product & Tooling Designer/Developer
Industry
Several
Your Engineering Focus
New Product/New Tooling Design & Development
Personal Interests
Inventing products and manufacturing processes. Designing product & tooling assemblies in 3D using Solid Works or Unigraphics, providing customers with time to market rapid prototypes, designing production manufacturing processes and tooling. Fabricating miniature electronics stampings and insert molded assemblies.

Master miniature sheet metal model maker

I am a manufacturing professional with 30 years of hands on experience in a variety of process disciplines who consults for product design engineers in several industries. Take a look at some of my sample photos attached herein and contact me in the event that I can be of service.

 

Using my miniature precision ram sheet metal model presses, I fabricatie some of the world's most complex miniature stamped parts. I rarely request tolerance increases as my presses are capable of producing parts to production tolerance. I often fabricate miniature stampings to +/-.001 per bend and +/-.004 non-accumulative.

 

Thank you.

 

John P. Wallis

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Editing product designs to reduce manufacturing cost sells production manufacturing

Posted on June 13, 2011 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Engineering fellows,

 

I have found over the years that my best sales tool is my ability to identify product design features that increase manufacturing costs. In about 80-90% of quote requests that I review, product designs are generally great concepts that represent the product design engineers concept or intent although they are not quite ready for production manufacturing. I have found that by providing budgetary estimates to customer drawings or models that are not…

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Wafer design & development for military communications

Posted on June 9, 2011 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Engineering Exchange fellows, Hello. I am new to the exchange and I would like to share a note about a new program that I was tasked with consulting on for product design engineers at a military tier 1 vendor. My role on this program was to identify lead frame and insulator design features that were not practical to manufacture as designed then to provide design solutions by editing 4 wafer assembly designs that will be used in high reliability video routers for high speed image transmission… Continue

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