Top Tool Engineer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Tool Engineer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Tool Engineer resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.4% of Tool Engineer resumes contained Test Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Tool Engineer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Tool Engineer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Read drawing prints, planned and wrote control system operations test procedures.
  • Crafted inspection task plans; reviewed/validated manufacturing processes and test procedures; performed root cause analysis and developed corrective action plans.
  • Assured full product functionality and prompt awareness and removal any defect via comprehensive design and implementation of test procedures.
  • Work across disciplinary boundaries to construct necessary acceptance test procedures, required to determine product meets customer s specifications.
  • Collaborated with the Mexican production facility to develop assembly processes and test procedures to ensure a fully-functional product and minimize defects.
  • Developed proposals, System requirements, software/hardware implementation and test plans and acceptance test procedures for these devices.

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2. New Product Development

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Here's how New Product Development is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Worked directly as engineering support with customers on new product development.
  • Assisted in new product development and product implementation working close with R&D in Ohio.
  • contract) New product development, injection molded parts for ATM units globally.
  • Managed engineering projects on independent basis, involving extensive Customer interaction, and communications, Vendor development for new Product development.
  • Participate in new product development projects and provide guidance to engineering regarding design concepts to best utilize equipment and manufacturing techniques.
  • Mentored and led other manufacturing engineers in process problem solving and new product development, utilizing Design for Manufacturing guidelines.

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3. Process Improvement

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Here's how Process Improvement is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Supported all lean initiatives to implement tooling changes to increase productivity and implement process improvement.
  • Designed and implemented process improvements related to the fabrication of precision Opto-Electronic devices.
  • Lead troubleshooting processes including problem analysis, process improvement and new design.
  • Involved in process improvement team to help improve facility efficiency.
  • Apply methodology of process improvement when applicable.
  • Process improvements and new tool design/implementation.
  • Supported equipment and process improvement projects.
  • Lead, coordinate process improvement activities such as Process capabilities analysis, Measurement system analysis (Gage R&R).
  • Improved mills / tooling / equipment reliability using Root Cause Analysis / DMAIC process improvement.
  • Utilized 6Sigma and Lean Manufacturing concepts to assist in scrap reduction and process improvement.
  • Implement tool savings & process improvements, set up new program tooling.
  • Managed maintenance employees for tooling and process improvement projects.
  • Assist in cost reduction activities and process improvements.
  • Utilized production standards and metrics to provide production and staffing forecasts, capacity planning and identify process improvement opportunties.
  • Evaluate and implement process improvement changes Relocate equipment and tooling from existing factories to new locations.
  • Coordinate Continuous Process Improvement Methods (Kaizen) Within the Plant.
  • Tool & process improvements, improved uptime to meet requirements.

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4. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Analyze customer CAD data and product design for manufacturing feasibility and provide recommendations.
  • Tool and Die Components Started Departments - Set Up and Operated: CNC Machining Centers CNC Wire EDM CAD / CAM Programming
  • Provide GD&T by scanning finished castings and overlaying scans to customer supplied CAD models to determine casting defects.
  • Design of Extrusions Tooling like Dies, Bolsters & Backers according to the customer Specification and Orders using AutoCAD 2000.
  • Used SolidWorks and AutoCAD to design tooling for the extrusion of medical tubing for both production and prototype product lines.
  • Designed tooling and fixtures for assembly line processes * Used AutoCAD Inventor2009: designed both individual parts and assemblies.
  • Worked with CAD designers to ensure the molds would make the part and function in the injection presses.
  • Designed automotive glass tooling on CAD for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM's) from prototype to production.
  • Managed machining and production in tool room (using CAD/CAM, EDM, and NC machines).
  • Verify customer design files and transfer into Cad software to check design rules of circuit design.
  • Provide customer time estimates, tool layouts and process sheets in AutoCAD for each manufacturing operation.
  • Operated AutoCad v.2000 Software (2D and 3D) and provided all EDM and CNC programming.
  • Used Solid Edge CAD software version 7 Accomplishments Completed over 10 fixtures in a month time.
  • Design fabrication tooling and assembly equipment using Solid Works 2012 and AutoCAD from customer part prints.
  • Translated CAD data to Virtual Gibbs and did the 3D programming for the CNC machines.
  • Revised drawings, cad models, tool usage instruction documents and revised preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Create and maintain master title blocks, layers and dimension styles for AutoCAD system.
  • Create CNC tool paths from CAD designs in MasterCAM and generate into NC code.
  • Create drawings in AutoCad for use by pattern makers to build gating systems.
  • Designed using 2D & 3D CAD to manufacture and build tools and dies.

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5. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed and maintained CNC programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers.
  • Designed and programmed CNC machinery for secondary operations.
  • Hired to be responsible for all Die Cast / Trim Tooling, Machining Fixtures, CNC Machining and Tool Room Employees.
  • Tool and Die Components Designed tooling for tool and die components Programmed NC machines Programmed CNC wire EDM's
  • Managed CNC Machine shop managing 20 employees to program and manufacture of plastic injection molds in Tijuana Mexico.
  • Operated both CNC and manual lathes, surface grinders, and developed proficiency with precision measuring tools.
  • Program and document all the process needed to ensure accurate coding and operations of CNC machines.
  • Develop and design tools for high production CNC manufacturing lines, by providing turnkey solutions.
  • Designed all tooling components required to manufacture the company's first CNC Slant Bed Lathe.
  • Created process plans, designed fixtures and programmed CNC machine tools for prototype parts.
  • Manage and coordinate work assignments for 5 salaried tool designers and CNC programmers.
  • Worked with stretch bending, forming, crushing, trimming and CNC cutting.
  • Designed die cast dies and machining fixtures for production CNC milling.
  • Provided CNC programming, mold design, quotes, and support.
  • Implement 5DBIQ and visual factory in CNC and Cavity weld departments.
  • Programmed a CNC Punch Press and Plasma Arc machine.
  • Program CNC machinery when programming department is behind schedule.
  • Maintained preset and tool reference sheets for CNC programmers.
  • Utilized CNC equipment to increase production and quality.
  • Manage CNC Department and Programming for CNC Lathes.

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6. Catia

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Here's how Catia is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed, programmed and designed airplane parts using CAD/CAM and CATIA software utilizing engineering drawing and digitizing technology.
  • Determined process capabilities using CATIA kinematics & robotic models.
  • Worked with CATIA and CADAM in designing tooling for N/C machining and shot peen fixtures for forming wing skins.
  • Design all composite tools with all scribe lines and developed all Manufacturing master surface's utilizing CATIA GSD workbench.
  • Tool Engineering related to FEM analysis: -Created CATIA surfaces from point data to meet MDS and N/C requirements.
  • Designed specialized tools and manufacturing support equipment for the production of composite aerospace structures using CATIA CAD system.
  • Designed and checked tool designs using CATIA V4 in support of various programs including the X-45 UCAV.
  • Designed and checked tooling using CATIA (approximately 7000 hours total) to support production of 737-X.
  • Generated 800 NC nest programs for 3-axis router using CATIA, OptiROUT, and AutoCAD.
  • Contract CATIA v5 Tooling Engineer: Currently assigned in the Soft Tooling Group.
  • Designed composite fan cowls and Nacelles using the CATIA CPE and CPM workbench.
  • Updated and refreshed Tooling CATIA products, Drawings and Standards from aged designs.
  • Inspected tools using IGES files and CATIA V5 Created assembly tool drawings.
  • Designed tooling using CATIA in support of JPATS military trainer.
  • Designed 100 TMLO templates and other tools using CATIA.
  • Create and modify existing drawings using CATIA V5.
  • Update design drawings using CATIA CAD software.
  • Accomplished all CAD functions using CATIA.
  • Worked with CATIA V5/ENOVIA, Insight, NASTRAN, and more.
  • Used CATIA V5 for tooling to meet build schedule.

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7. Cost Savings

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Here's how Cost Savings is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Reduced operating budget while increasing productivity, decreasing lead-times, delivering exceptional quality, cost savings and customer satisfaction.
  • Developed production/acceptance tool maintenance plan that resulted in substantial cost savings when performing routine maintenance.
  • Researched and developed new vendors for cost savings while maintaining customer requirements and quality.
  • Design Simplification Project - redesign of a tooling set to utilize 40% less pieces yielding $72,000 in cost savings.
  • Realized material cost savings with designed tooling for Tee-fittings, used 10%-20% less copper than industry standard.
  • Coordinate tool testing with different suppliers to achieve more productivity and cost savings.
  • Cost savings averaged $1 million per year over a 5-year period.
  • Write up cost savings reports and present to superintendent and plant manager.
  • Implemented annual cost savings projects estimated at $1,480,000.
  • Cost savings of $125,000 per year in materials.
  • Produce expected cost savings of $100,000 annually.
  • Increase OEE in CNC area from 50% to 80% over two-year period, annual cost savings of over 500K.
  • Developed patented new design door alignment fixturing implemented from 2001-2009 with cost savings of $2.4 million over production lifespan.
  • Earned numerous division and program level awards for cost savings, increased efficiencies and performance.
  • Achieved [ ] in cost savings within first 5 months of employment.
  • Worked at the Moldfow CAE Department and conducted cost savings analysis.
  • Assist with New Product Cost Analysis and Cost Savings.Design Engineer

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8. Engineering Changes

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Here's how Engineering Changes is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Experienced with examining tool prints for necessary engineering changes and evaluating various methods/ options for optimal results.
  • Managed rework and refurbishment of existing production tooling with regards to engineering changes or general maintenance.
  • Support Sales, Purchasing and Program Management by facilitating all tooling related engineering changes.
  • Recommended and coordinated engineering changes to manufacturing tooling, process and quality inspection.
  • Created engineering changes for manufacturing print revision changes.
  • Use SolidWorks daily for engineering changes and concept illustration
  • Oversee tool/equipment try-outs and investigate design-engineering changes.
  • Coordinate and communicate all process and product driven engineering changes to suppliers ensuring that designs and tools are updated as required.
  • Manage Engineering changes involving obtaining quotes, releasing tools for changes, track changes, and final buy off.
  • Cost savings through engineering changes, optimization of processes, combining of off line operations, and scrap reduction.
  • Coordinated box side engineering changes on 25 tools for Chrysler Truck enabling installation of a rail option.
  • Conduct tooling feasibility to manufacture new parts to be molded and engineering changes to current production tooling.
  • Work with outside tool vendors for replacement parts and customer driven engineering changes to existing tooling.
  • Selected tooling vendors on building new molds, repairs and engineering changes of existing molds.
  • Solicited tool quotations, integrated, tracked and recorded all engineering changes affecting tool construction.
  • Oversee Engineering changes and major tool repairs both in-house and at outside tool shops.
  • Generated concepts for new injection mold designs and engineering changes for outside tool shops.
  • Design and develop stamping tools for new products, engineering changes and prototypes.
  • Outsource major repairs and engineering changes that could not be handled in house.
  • Provide Tool and Die support, troubleshooting and engineering changes and corrective actions.

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9. Solidworks

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Here's how Solidworks is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Apply ASME Y14.5 and welding control for cart frame and structures welding with SolidWorks 2012/2009.
  • Introduced 3D modeling and design (SolidWorks) to improve tool design.
  • Produce 3D models and production drawings using SolidWorks and ProEngineer.
  • Designed high speed progressive carbide stamping dies using SolidWorks 2014.
  • Die cast and injection mold tooling design utilizing SolidWorks software.
  • Designed Progressive forming stamping dies using SolidWorks 2014.
  • Design new products and associated tooling using SolidWorks.
  • Design cores and core assemblies using SolidWorks.
  • Used SolidWorks 2007 for all 3D models & 2D drawings.
  • Created 100's of patterns for green sand and no bake lines using SolidWorks Trained multiply people to draw patters/dies
  • Design tooling fixtures with SolidWorks multi-body techniques for better parts alignment and quicker turn around
  • Performed design, programming, and manufacture of electrodes using MasterCam and Solidworks.
  • Designed and assembled Fine Blank Tooling using Solidworks 2016.
  • Designed tooling and machines using Solidworks 3D modeling software.
  • Assist customer with designs for plastic parts using Solidworks.
  • Perform moldflows with Solidworks Plastic to predict best part designs and gating options.

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10. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed new mold specification documents and instituted preventative maintenance procedures to standardize all tooling and designs to meet ISO requirements.
  • Obtain and supervise vendors; monitor preventative maintenance program to ensure tools receive necessary service.
  • Performed routine die repair and preventative maintenance on tooling while Idle from production.
  • Developed and implemented preventative maintenance program which included 300 + tools.
  • Scheduled preventative maintenance as well as rebuilds for our dies.
  • Analyze and revise preventative maintenance requirements and processes for tools.
  • Served as " lead man" for Maintenance Department directing personnel in the daily tasks of machine repair and preventative maintenance.

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11. Project Management

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Here's how Project Management is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Project Management of converting local DDTs systems to a centralized defect tracking system in production development process.
  • Supply Project Management with tooling requirements and quotes for customer approval.
  • Project management and establishment of outside vendor sourcing.
  • Conducted configuration and the integration of SCM and Project management tools such as Perforce, Jenkins, Maven and Code Collaborator.
  • Managed up to 80 mold builds at one time and project management experience from concept to completion.
  • Configured various plugins to the continuous integration process, which greatly helped in the project management.
  • Plant Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering, tooling engineer, industrial engineering, and project management).
  • Project Management of particle control and fastener process and automation tooling for printer pen IDS
  • Project management of tooling and equipment in excess of $1 million dollars.
  • Project management of new and existing programs.
  • Designed and developedcommon methodology web-portal used by project managers based on Project Management Institute (PMI) principles.
  • Project management for startup of new models through development and launch, and support of current model production.
  • Project management for Electrolux/Husqvarna tooling program.
  • Contract) 787 Jig and Fixture concept, design and project management.

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12. Design Reviews

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Here's how Design Reviews is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Conducted design reviews and approved all tool engineering designs in the Mechanical Manufacturing Organization.
  • Provide necessary design reviews and engineering support for customers using Microsoft Projects and Excel.0
  • Presented tooling approach to customer based preliminary and critical product design reviews.
  • Lead in tooling design reviews providing suggestions for improvement where necessary.
  • Completed necessary calculations and design reviews.
  • Design reviews, die try out and buy off on new tooling local source and oversea visits to Japan.
  • Set up and attended design reviews, tryouts, assess tooling feasibility and ensure plant needs are met.
  • Provided technical assistance to the off load group on design reviews, statement of work and offload packages.
  • Developed design concepts, oversaw drafting, conducted stress analysis, testing, and facilitated design reviews.
  • Created Tool Orders Participated in Design Reviews Responsible for BOM input for downstream users.
  • Participated in design reviews with Quality, Machining, Safety and management.
  • Work with suppliers on design reviews and accurate scheduling.
  • Supported Design for Manufacturability design reviews.
  • Led partner design reviews for KHI/FHI partners.Conducted stress analysis on Sec47/48 Titanium attach to the BL0 web and HPD.
  • Facilitate technical design reviews of injection molds, assembly equipment, measurement requirements, and test fixtures and gages.

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13. Ppap

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Here's how Ppap is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Managed a project to install, debug, and PPAP 23 process manufacturing line for after-market bearing units.
  • Initiated ECP's, tool repair requisitions, and handled PPAP's (Production Part Approval Process).
  • Attended mold trials, approved molds for function, processing and transfer to manufacturing facilities (PPAP).
  • Provided PPAP's for product introductions on schedule and at target costs for Chrysler Automotive Team.
  • Direct tool room for all new tooling builds, engineering changes, tryouts, and PPAP.
  • Worked with in house tool makers on die modifications and or customer design changes after PPAP.
  • Work with Manufacturing and Quality departments on PPAP's and correcting quality issues Rob Shade,
  • Lead and Coordinate PSW lay outs / PPAP submission packages, and part capability studies.
  • Work with Manufacturing Engineer and Quality Department with PPAP's and First Articles.
  • Assisted PPAP group with quoting, start up, and vendor contact.
  • Provided Inspection Reports and PPAP packages for each stamped metal part.
  • Analyze data using statistical processes for each production tools PPAP.
  • Launched 52 dies for 4 customers, all received PPAP approval
  • Prepared all PPAP submissions including PFMEAS and Control Plans.
  • Performed supplier tool tracking through launch and PPAP.
  • Assist plants during the PPAP submission runs.
  • Assisted program managers during PPAP runs.
  • Assist during PPAP submission verification.
  • Worked with APQP, PPAP's, FMEA's, Process flows and set-up sheets.
  • Managed tooling program from design, quote, vendor selection, cost, tool build, PPAP approval process and qualification..

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14. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Designed and implemented universal conveyance tooling to eliminate setup time and tooling cost.
  • Create and setup inventory part numbers for any materials to be purchased for Manufacturing.
  • Improved progressive hit dies for longer life and instructed operators on setup & operation.
  • Identified root causes of failures, designed tooling/fixtures, wrote setup and assembly procedures.
  • Worked with root cause analysis in designing tooling, setup, and processes.
  • Created a database/schema/tables for tracking host setup and problems in the computer lab.
  • Created a host qualification program to verify consistency and setup of lab hardware.
  • Worked with setup department to reduce machine setup time and scrap rate
  • Design and setup a pattern repair shop.
  • Streamlined mold changes to reduce setup costs.
  • Installed setup and configured UNIX servers.
  • Supervised maintenance and setup men.
  • Support Minth's manufacturing plants during the installation and setup of tooling and capital as well as the program launch.
  • Collaborate auction dates, reserves, timelines, setups, inventory process and bottom line end results.
  • Managed all tooling on dedicated platina forming machine including the design of the setup.
  • Trained coworkers on the proper procedures used to setup projection welding equipment.

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15. Plastic Parts

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Here's how Plastic Parts is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Designed plastic parts and plastic injection tools to launch a new production for Philips TV set in Brazil.
  • Assist product designers to create plastic parts that are efficient to manufacture.
  • Designed front panel plastic parts for GAMBRO dialysis machine.
  • Performed mechanical design, plastic part design and managed the manufacture of equipment for making plastic parts.

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16. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed process of elimination trouble shooting technique to determine faulty leak test equipment or pneumatic fittings and connections.
  • Communicate with customer and drilling crew on trouble shooting and job planning to insure effective solutions are recognized and carried out.
  • Design review for new products and to supervise a team of mold maintenance carries repairing and trouble shooting of molds.
  • Performed final assembly, mold-matching, trial and trouble shooting of injection molds and die-casting dies.
  • Directed all mold repairs Supervised Engineering and maintenance in machinery trouble shooting and mold repair.
  • Supervised UAW skilled tradesmen in maintaining, trouble shooting and improving automated assembly processes.
  • Trouble shooting production concerns and managing ECN's on current production tooling.
  • Trouble shooting of machines and processes.
  • Direct maintenance efforts in machine repair and process trouble shooting Machine (mill, lathe, grinder, etc.)
  • Transfer lines, radial dials, trouble shooting Processes, testing.
  • Trouble shooting and maintenance of machines, utilities and moulds.

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17. GD

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Here's how GD is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Worked with Tool shops with die corrections and provided them with GD&T data to make the correct moves.
  • Utilized GD&T, ensuring proper tool fit and function and allowing for better, less expensive tools.
  • Incorporate GD&T and simplified tool designs, methods, tool path's, fixtures and machining processes.
  • Review engineering drawings for GD&T completeness and inspect-ability as well as standardization of GD&T interpretations.
  • Review part prints for accuracy, tolerance feasibility, datum schemes, GD&T and material specifications.
  • Use of GD&T and AWS D1.1 standards of manufacturing in creating engineering drawing.
  • Designed tools for GE Aviation Support Equipment using advanced stress analysis and GD&T.
  • Utilized GD&T and performed tolerance stack up calculations to ensure assembly fits.
  • Use of GD&T to clearly define dimensions and tolerances in drawings.
  • Initiated GD&T practices within Tool Engineering to eliminate errors
  • Generated drawing documentation in GD&T symbol format.
  • Position required knowledge of SPC, JIT, GDT and GMP.
  • Certified in Advanced GD&T.
  • Performed drawing and model checks to insure accuracy and proper application of GD&T, ANSI/ASME standards.
  • Helped to implement GD&T at YNA on a multi-function switch project.
  • Design, and or approve gages made to meet GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing) requirements.
  • Utilized geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) to ensure manufacturability and quality.

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18. Cam

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Here's how Cam is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Helped fix problems with existing programs most of these problems came into existence after a steel vendor change.
  • Started as a tool and die maker and became tooling engineer when left the company in 1994.
  • Assist with computer programming of Master Cam X and Solid Works designs.
  • Support Manufacture of Camshafts, balance shafts, and other engine components.
  • Utilized the computer program of Solid Works and Master Cam X.
  • Install and maintain sensors including sonar, camera and survey equipment.
  • Generated CAM programs using Bridgeport's E-Z CAM 9.1.1 software.
  • Purchased Master Cam and trained programmers to use it.
  • Key Projects: SVIP (Lead Engineer) - Adaption of underwater camera delivery system for first US deployment.
  • Utilized tooling constructed and toolpathed in MasterCam and then machined in Haas and Yang 3-axis machining centers.
  • Created NC programs to machine fixture components using Surfcam software.
  • Programmed with pro-man and surfcam to build tooling
  • Company Closed) Responsible for overseeing the manufacturing of optics for cell phones and cameras.
  • Implement and train toolroom and production personnel on Mastercam programming.

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19. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Performed shop liaison to engineering and quality assurance organizations.
  • Conducted thorough training of supervisory staff.
  • Direct Supervisors: My direct supervisors no longer are with the company, but I do have my reviews if required.
  • Helped develop HPWO in plant, where a 60-man fabrication department is working with no supervisors as a self-directed work group.
  • Retrofitted the CAD/CAM applications to use the ISO metric standards instead of the ANSI imperial standard that came with the software.
  • Led weekly broach team meeting and reported status on all key tools to plant tooling engineers and tooling supervisor.
  • Supervised two Tool Designers and three Tooling Machinists supporting seven productions lines in ISO 9001 and QS-9000 registered plan.
  • Design Molded Plastics, Inc. is an ISO-registered company with an impeccable reputation for quality parts and on-time delivery.
  • Lead and direct tool room die makers and supervisors for mold repair, improvements, and changes.
  • Tool disposition changes, tooling lists and cross reference charts for comparison plus machine holder location.
  • Implement ISO9000/9002 standards when detailing tool build release letters for new and existing products.
  • Participated in a team to audit the company in its requirements with ISO 9001:2015.
  • Direct supervisor of 7 skilled union employees and coordination of all pattern shop activities.
  • Work with 3rd party ISO 17025 certified laboratories to get the certification testing done.
  • Acted as liaison between the automotive assembly plants and Johns-Manville on quality issues.
  • Completed phase out on 2003 Mustang as a Floor Supervisor over UAW workers.
  • Plant Manager: Plant supervisory managing new launch for Chrysler high production line.
  • Provide coaching for lean process development to area manager, supervisors and leads.
  • Managed a staff of Foremen, Supervisors, Set-up Technicians, and operators.
  • Worked on TS16949 and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems (EMS).

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20. Product Quality

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Here's how Product Quality is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Generated product engineering specifications for Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) documents.
  • Received Certificates of Achievement and Teamwork Award for process and product quality improvements.
  • Conducted tool testing to improve product quality and manufacturing throughput.
  • Advance Product Quality Planning involvement for newly acquired products.
  • Scrap minimization, overall product quality.
  • Design tooling and manufacturing processes to ensure product quality in a cost effective manner, confirm meets safety standards.
  • Increased responsibility in the Advanced Product Quality Planning area led to a promotion to Tooling Engineer.
  • Recommend design changes to enhance product quality and reduce costs.
  • Lead Advance Product Quality Planning for development of products.
  • Developed product Quality Assurance criteria and documentation Troubleshooting and experiments to find causes of defects.
  • Fulfilled ad hoc special project of automating product quality inspection.
  • Manufacture of light ballast PRODUCT QUALITY ENGINEER Worked with team of process engineers to find quality defects in released product.
  • Develop corrective action plans to prevent non-conforming issues and improve product quality - "protect the customer" issues.

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21. New Tools

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Here's how New Tools is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Planned 25 Tool Orders for creation of new tools and 100 Tool Rework Orders authorizing rework and reconditioning of existing tools.
  • Quoted new tools and EC's to existing tooling and responsible for all tooling design approvals before released to manufacturing.
  • Attend trials for new tools, issues findings from trials, and oversees any necessary corrections.
  • Conceptualized, designed, and developed new tools while simultaneously maintaining and improving current tools.
  • Designed and machined new tools and dies using lathes, milling machines and grinding machines.
  • Created step by step procedures on how to use new tools for fabrication team.
  • Develop and work with tool sources for new tools, fixtures, etc.
  • Provided training on how to properly set up and use new tools.
  • Developed new tools to assist and improve manufacturing processes.
  • Machine Selection and Trial attend of New tools.
  • Assisted with integration of new tools.
  • Major responsibilities: Manage the identification and evaluation of new tools available in the market place.
  • Evaluated new tools and processes for insourced product lines.

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22. EDM

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Here's how EDM is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Program and Operate Wire EDM to Cut Form Tools from Carbide and HHS.
  • Resolve extrusions quality defects and Supervise EDM Copper Electrodes dimensions.
  • Purchased 2 sinkers and l wire EDM machines.
  • Created process prints for machining Programmed and operated EDM and milling machines (Esprit 2009-10) Electrode design
  • Design fixtures, dies Purchase materials Work with outside vendors Analyze and improve manufacturing processes Program EDM wire machine
  • Designed tools for Electrical Discharge Machines (EDM).

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23. Apqp

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Here's how Apqp is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Assisted program managers with APQP relating to parts, tools, processes, and work cell designs.
  • Conducted APQP meetings, wrote control plans and presented them to customers for their approval.
  • Planned and executed new tooling projects using the Critical Path Method and APQP tools.
  • Worked with Project managers & engineers in developing processes under APQP Program Parameters.
  • Interact with customers and supplier in the APQP process in Prototype and Design.
  • Champion of all APQP and trials for all new product launches
  • Participate in Feasibility and APQP activities for new parts.
  • Coordinate APQP team, Processes, and Functions.

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24. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Supported manufacturing operations and provided manufacturing technical support to product design and procurement.
  • Provide technical support and follow up on Design/Product/Process Validation activities.
  • Supported ongoing operations through technical support and troubleshooting techniques.
  • Provided software technical support and performed field problem investigations.
  • Provided operational and technical support for developed tools.
  • Investigated and resolved all technical support team tickets
  • Provided direct technical support to hourly assemblers and worked with tool design engineers on specific drawing issues.
  • Provide technical support to manufacturing floor support for in house and outside vendor tool repair.
  • Traveled to Corporate Headquarters to interface with R&D Department and provide technical support.
  • Provided technical support for tool builds, product development, design and product launches.
  • Provided technical support for tool fabrication and collaborated with engineers to solve issues.
  • Provided product DFM support for customers, provided technical support for Account Managers.
  • Provided key process ownership and technical support for primary glass packing equipment.
  • Provided Technical Support to the Sales Team to secure new business.
  • Provide technical support to Senior Tooling Engineer.
  • Provided technical support for USA and European automotive parts customers to reduce workflow disruption.

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25. SQL

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Here's how SQL is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Worked with HTML, CSS, ASP, SharePoint 2013, SQL Server, and JavaScript to develop functional applications.
  • Configured database KM s to monitor Oracle (10,11i), MSSQL (4.2.20, 4.4.00) databases.
  • Created custom SQL's in db2 and oracle for the reports.
  • Performed SQL queries to get the server data to be used as data source for VUser scripts.
  • Designed and developed ASP.Net administration tools* Designed SQL schema for administration information backend storage
  • Designed/Implemented solutions for Synchronous and Asynchronous transactions using SQL Server Agent Jobs.

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26. Unigraphics

average Demand
Here's how Unigraphics is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Design gating systems in Unigraphics 3D, and supplying the data to the tool vendors' for the corresponding tools.
  • Skilled in the usage of computerized planning and Unigraphics for the mfg of components.
  • Developed Unigraphics Solid Edge design techniques for lead-time reduction program.
  • Used Unigraphics NX9/10 for design of parts and FEA.
  • Used Unigraphics NX3 for 3D solid modeling.
  • Designed tooling using 3-D Unigraphics Modeling software.
  • Die Cast Mold Design Unigraphics/NX 7.5 Created standard part library with attributes for use with automated bill of material

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27. Linux

average Demand
Here's how Linux is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Installed, maintained and upgraded Debian Linux/kernel sources on all Linux lab machines.
  • Conducted periodic patching of Windows and Linux boxes from the BSA console.
  • Deployed patrol agents and KM's to Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX OS platform boxes.
  • Upgraded Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX Patrol agents to the current patrol agent version utilizing the BladeLogic Server Automation.
  • Designed and implemented a Wi-Fi Display Sink reference application on an embedded Linux multimedia platform from Sigma Designs.
  • Designed and implemented Linux control modules to configure and provide core functionality of device.

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28. Chrysler

average Demand
Here's how Chrysler is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed tooling for major electrical connector systems for Daimler Chrysler.
  • Collaborated with manufacturing to develop a more robust Production Cell to maximize production of the Chrysler Neon lost Core Intake Manifold.
  • Developed and instituted quick die change on all existing dies and for new tooling for Chrysler Neon program.
  • Designed and built welding fixtures for Chrysler SRT-8 program and Toyota 635-N program.
  • Oversee Chrysler Pacifica fuel filler tube program, 3 shift tool room department, Six Sigma, continuous improvement coordinator.
  • Performed as Team Leader in tooling set-ups for G.M, Ford, Chrysler, & Detroit Diesel prototype projects.
  • Develop tooling and gage components to meet product launch of fuel rails for GM, Chrysler and Ford.

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29. Sigma

average Demand
Here's how Sigma is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Completed Motorola Six Sigma Mechanical Tolerance, Mini-Tab and other Engineering/ Quality Courses.
  • Saved plant over $80,000 by using Six Sigma project to determine parameters for improving efficiency during the manufacturing process.
  • Lead special project teams to develop or improve 6 Sigma Quality, Kan Ban and Lean manufacturing.
  • Worked with a cross-functional team on machining Six Sigma project resulting in 5% scrap reduction.
  • Involved with Six Sigma projects to improve production flow.
  • Implemented and worked with Lean Sigma methodologies.
  • Implement improvements using Six Sigma principles.

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30. CMM

low Demand
Here's how CMM is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Verified tool design to engineering design specifications utilizing Theodolite CMM.
  • Utilized Continuous Improvement techniques throughout per quality expectations CMM.
  • Performed duties in the Quality, Machining, CMM, Pattern, and Metallurgy Departments in OEM Green Sand Foundry.
  • Tool design for aircraft accessories and structures to meet Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) requirements using SolidWorks.
  • Created a program to automatically import CMM report data into a standard reporting format.
  • Designed, built, and tested part holding fixtures for laser, EDM, CNC, grind, and CMM operations.
  • Operated and programmed a Roamer Arm CMM, using PC-DMIS to check GD&T of tools.
  • Train Customers on CNC Lathes, Mills, and CMM.
  • Programmed inspection paths for CMMs of aerospace components.
  • Perform GR&R on CMM and Hard Gages.
  • Evaluate and document existing tooling and test equipment for equivalency based on CMM specifications -Evaluate existing procedures equivalency based on CMM requirements
  • Trained personnel on quality assurance and quality equipment (CMMs & special gages) in aerospace industry.

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31. Perl

low Demand
Here's how Perl is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Supported management/program/developer initiatives by developing various Perl to perform automated tasks to support objectives.
  • Design, Develop and Support web interface tools using Perl CGI to automate repetitive processes and procedures.
  • Implemented client server tools for dispensing builds written in C++ and Perl.
  • Enhanced BURT Perl CGI web tools to improve user experience and functionality.
  • Developed and enhanced the Perl based test harness for running regression tests.
  • Manage deployment automation using Chef, Ruby and Perl.
  • Maintain the machines working properly.
  • Test SDS GUI using 3rd party tools and in house Perl scripts.
  • Write automated scripts using Perl, Atlassian CLI, Rest API to replace some manual and repetitive tasks.
  • Developed software system for network monitoring and analysis using Perl and RRDTool, using object-oriented Perl.
  • Create Shell/PERL scripts for additional functionality/product limitation, integration/automation Backup/Disaster Recovery using IBM ADSM.

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32. R

low Demand
Here's how R is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Identified and implemented cost reduction activities, defined tooling requirements and conducted feasibility and cost trade studies.
  • Monitored tool and instrument performance, scheduled and performed preventative and corrective maintenance along with troubleshooting.
  • Provide technical support for manufacturing operations and jointly develop solutions to problems for continuous improvement.
  • Prepared office reports and communicating with management team in a positive and effective manner.
  • Designed state-of-the-art transmission plant based on lean manufacturing and total quality management principles.
  • Validated capacity planning process through review and fine-tuning of bi-weekly and monthly reports.
  • Assisted and worked with design engineering in customizing unitized tooling and packages.
  • Verified statistical capacity data via bi-weekly and monthly reporting regimen to Management.
  • Supported manufacturing by reducing costs, eliminating scrap and ergonomics related issues.
  • Developed tools to assist in the monitoring and troubleshooting of library operation.
  • Interfaced with program managers and/or customers to help develop functional specification documents.
  • Researched, screened and evaluated outsource vendors to supplement in-house capabilities.
  • Interfaced with engineering and manufacturing staff to drive continuous improvement activities.
  • Fabricated and altered developmental tooling using a milling machine and lathe.
  • Developed the entity dimension structure and configuration data for each entity.
  • Monitored inventory and ordered products and services used in manufacturing.
  • Provided leadership and direction to less experienced tool design engineers.
  • Provide manufacturing input for injection molding products during design phase.
  • Investigate and determine corrective action required for production of assemblies.
  • Fabricated, inspected, and integrated tooling into manufacturing areas.

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33. Spare Parts

low Demand
Here's how Spare Parts is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Reduced production downtime by 80% with design and implementation of a database for tracking mold maintenance and spare parts.
  • Created standard and spare parts inventories, field use, training, and maintenance procedures for tooling.
  • Prepare equipment manuals spare parts lists, setup sheets, and any documentation required for support personnel.
  • Prepare a store of spare parts with thresholds well defined to decrease the ruptures of production.
  • Purchased all spare parts and created setup procedures across the board for the Plastic Division.
  • Develop, design and install new manufacturing processes and tooling including spare parts planning.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance program to track cost of spare parts and labor.
  • Keep inventory of spare parts, perishable tools, and shop supplies.
  • Provide and maintain spare parts for molds and coordinate mold repairs.
  • Maintain an inventory of spare parts for all equipment.
  • Provide Standard Operating Procedures and Spare Parts Lists.
  • Set up spare parts for new equipment.
  • Developed program for spare parts inventory.
  • Created systems for managing 30 Gb of spare parts drawings and 3-D solid models.

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34. Shop Floor

low Demand
Here's how Shop Floor is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Monitor shop floor activities to ensure Safety operations and that costs are accurately captured.
  • Consulted with machinist and techs on shop floor to identify areas for improvement.
  • Train coworkers in Injection Mold Design, manufacture and shop floor machining.
  • Shop floor management by planning, programming and executing them.
  • Shop floor rearrangement and scaffold design for shop rate increases.
  • Monitor and advise shop floor personnel regarding machine operation time.
  • Used teamwork to collaborate with shop floor skilled trades.
  • Work with outside tooling vendors in developing estimated purchased tooling costs Provide technical support on shop floor.

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35. RFQ

low Demand
Here's how RFQ is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Provide concept and statement of work for RFQ to injection mold suppliers.
  • Generate RFQ for mold build, and place mold to toolmaker.
  • Quoted competitive RFQ and in-house tooling costs and its procurement.
  • Develop Injection Mold RFQ for new business quoting.
  • Design, RFQ, and procure composite bag, compression, and plastic injected mold tooling to meet rigid government specifications.
  • Developed processing and estimating on over 500 RFQs successfully.
  • Created Quoting packages from customer supplied RFQ Created Quality System (W.I., Q.M.

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36. GM

low Demand
Here's how GM is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Developed solutions to problems utilizing my education, statistical knowledge, cultural tools, structured problem-solving techniques and sound engineering judgment.
  • Lead GM head product launch activities, organize meetings to coordinate tooling & equipment sourcing, equipment installation & process development.
  • Provided assistance to both GM of Maintenance and VP of Tooling and Development in business decisions.
  • Collected and analyzed tool data with engineers, which in turn saved GM financial resources.
  • Implement Operating Procedures, ensure GMP, customer & government manufacturing process specs.
  • Lead a team from GM to the Tool Room capital plant expansion.
  • Managed $500k tooling contract account for 2013 GM battery tray program.
  • Saved GM approximately $500,000 in tooling costs per program each year.
  • Managed six different departments inside of the Bay City GMPT Plant
  • Retooled GM SUV/Truck Steering Linkage Dept.
  • Followed GM tooling standards and guidelines.
  • Design all machine tooling for automotive and industrial diaphragms Test tool and procure all materials required for compression mold tooling
  • Introduced 15 new Tier One part numbers for Ford, Cummins, GM and Detroit Diesel.
  • Experience with cycle times,identifying capital investment which was the suppliers responsibilty, not GM's.

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37. Design Changes

low Demand
Here's how Design Changes is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Manage the tooling drawing/design changes and review/approve drawings for release to manufacture with design drafting personnel and suppliers.
  • Coordinated with tooling shops and customers for running design changes and on time delivery of prototype parts.
  • Programmed complex 3-d design changes in MasterCAM for milling part and runner changes.
  • Negotiate costs and lead time with tool shops for design changes as needed.
  • Worked with tooling suppliers on die designs and design changes.
  • Implemented PDM software to track tooling design changes.
  • Implement tool and panel design changes.
  • Model design changes using SolidWorks.
  • Performed dimensional and design changes for pre-production and current production tools to improve customer satisfaction.
  • Key Accomplishments Recommended design changes to customers to reduce casting costs and save them money.
  • Involved in vehicle design changes, body-side developments and customized stampings.
  • Used SolidWorks 2007 Improved product designs of mail-sorting machines Tested design changes to insure functionality Presented new projects to management

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38. Engineering Department

low Demand
Here's how Engineering Department is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Coordinated with engineering and manufacturing engineering departments on tool interfaces.
  • Maintained computer system for the engineering department.
  • Approved all new tooling sources for new tooling based on criteria between Accounting and Engineering departments.
  • Managed engineering department of custom tool making shop specialized in plastic and die cast molds.
  • Coordinate all the ECO's (Engineering Change orders) requested by the engineering department.
  • Support and maintain the engineering departments computer system and network.
  • Created schematic diagrams of various types of electronic equipment for the engineering departmentand repair shop.

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39. Kaizen

low Demand
Here's how Kaizen is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Participated in multiple Kaizen events to improve facility flow.
  • Assist in plant continuous improvement operations on the floor, including work flow analysis, time studies, and Kaizen activities.
  • Created flow charts, fish bones diagrams, and Kaizen events for products
  • Participated in lean, 6S, and Kaizen training and events.
  • Develop new work instruction, work flow charts, production standards using Kaizen (lean manufacturing) and 5S Standards.
  • Managed the current kaizen log for GSW, now with over 100 kaizens, on a weekly basis..

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40. New Projects

low Demand
Here's how New Projects is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Interfaced with customers and between PEC manufacturing facility developing new projects and assisting in resolving existing problems.
  • Directed all staff with start up of all new projects from the quote stage through production.
  • Oversee Tool Room, new projects, new tooling, existing projects and ongoing continuous improvements.
  • Estimate new projects for cost, timing, and tooling or equipment needs to customers.
  • Produced music for a variety of artists and brought in new projects for the studio
  • Work with Corporate Project Engineers to determine the best way to tool new projects.
  • Managed quotation, tool design, troubleshooting and reconciliation for new projects.
  • Team leader of new projects set up and tooling transfers.
  • Support to optimized new projects on die casting machines.
  • Managed tooling budget estimates for new projects.
  • Provided part cost estimates for new projects.

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41. Assembly Line

low Demand
Here's how Assembly Line is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Performed repair and preventive maintenance on CNC/assembly lines of high volume machinery and all facility equipment.
  • Worked with Quality Department and Control Engineer on error/mistake proofing assembly lines for customer satisfaction.
  • Created modular scaffolding and moving assembly line to decrease assembly time for Delta IV rockets.
  • Experience in designing and building in-house equipment for current and new product assembly lines.
  • Supported a high volume electronics assembly line in a clean room environment.
  • Set up secondary tooling and assembly lines.

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42. Capital Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Capital Equipment is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Specified and coordinated the acquisition of capital equipment for production use.
  • Developed capital equipment ultrasonic welding technologies and ultrasonic tool design.
  • Purchased capital equipment to improve production.
  • Make recommendations on capital equipment purchases.
  • Coordinated capital equipment, facilities construction; installation and validation of equipment, tooling, robotics, and automation.
  • Developed and maintained $250,000 annual tooling / capital equipment repair budget for the roll and cylinder lines.
  • Managed new product launch schedules, door assembly automation work cells, and ancillary capital equipment.
  • Managed capital equipment, rebuilt existing equipment and acquired $3 million of new equipment.
  • Create projected annual budgets for clients pertaining to repairs and maintenance of capital equipment.
  • Design of capital equipment used to construct fuel rails.
  • Plan and execute Fiscal and Capital Equipment Budgets.
  • Managed NPIT deveopment of customer new tooling and capital equipment programs.

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43. Python

low Demand
Here's how Python is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Designed and implemented a Python server and abstraction layer to delegate tasks to a 3rd-party data simulation tool.
  • Developed a Python framework for testing QEMU emulated firmware.
  • Implemented general purpose Python XML packages from PyPI.
  • Developed cross-platform tools for internal type development group using wxPython.
  • Learned PyQT in order to create a better gui for the program (than wxPython).
  • Created post commit and pre-push hooks using Python in SVN and GIT repos.
  • Designed both Python Flask backend and AngularJS frontend.

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44. Process Flow

low Demand
Here's how Process Flow is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Organized and implemented the manufacturing floor to incorporate new equipment and improve process flow and increase productivity.
  • Initiated layered audits within manufacturing to ensure adherence to control plans and process flow.
  • Designed process flows, trained manufacturing/quality teams and executed process validations to launch newly integrated product lines into new manufacturing site.
  • Performed analysis of material process flow using industrial engineering and continuous improvement principles to improve service, productivity and cost performance.
  • Designed and implemented optimized process flow for new parts introduced into manufacturing based on critical path method for maximum throughput.
  • Implemented lean manufacturing principles to improve process flows and integrate ergonomic techniques into the redesign of manufacturing equipment and tooling.

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45. Customer Requirements

low Demand
Here's how Customer Requirements is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Collaborated with Finance Manager, General Manager, Sales Managers and Plant Managers to meet custom project expenditures and customer requirements.
  • Worked with manufacturing groups to utilize/standardize injection molding equipment and technical capabilities of the organization to meet customer requirements.
  • Motivated personnel during this transition to maintain business and customer requirements.
  • Develop new production tooling as related to customer requirements.
  • Collected and reviewed internal customer requirements and functional specifications.
  • Make or modify wax injection molds per customer requirements or quality improvements, using CNC machines, grinders and manual machines.
  • Develop and design concept parts to meet customer requirements.
  • Designed custum conveyer systems per customer requirements.

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46. Corrective Action

low Demand
Here's how Corrective Action is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Managed Quality Technicians, reviewed and evaluated daily inspection reports and implemented corrective action as needed.
  • Monitored and report production defects for Root Cause Analysis, recommended and implemented corrective action.
  • Key projects for Navy contracts and special manufacturing processes and manufacturing corrective actions.
  • Diagnosed complicated tooling discrepancies and initiated corrective actions.
  • Provided process troubleshooting and implemented corrective action.
  • Assist Quality Engineers to find and assign root cause and corrective action of customer complain related to the tool.
  • Monitor downtime causes, investigate root causes and implement corrective actions to reduce downtime.
  • Facilitate in corrective action preventative action plan and root cause for procedure failures.
  • Lead continuous improvement and corrective action on existing processes and tooling.
  • Analyze failures on molds and give corrective actions.
  • Support Quality corrective actions during launch phase.
  • Take corrective action as needed.
  • Perform Root Cause Analysis & Corrective Actions (RCCA) and Error Proof (Poke Yoke) the Process.
  • Submit for approval sample parts from revised tooling and review product engineering deposition to determine corrective action.
  • Handled customer corrective action plans, conduct investigation, analyzed root cause using five whys methodology.
  • Assist in the corrective action process to insure all non-conformances are corrected to meet customer specifications.

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47. OEM

low Demand
Here's how OEM is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Served as engineering approval for production OEM customer revisions.
  • Design and set up specific to customer OEM requirements Developed best practices for design and function.
  • Worked with OEM's to help produce complex components and assemblies for impact systems.
  • Direct and manage tooling disposition with proper OEMS for transfers or obsolescence.
  • Developed Terms Checker application that helped OEM team identifying non-OEM terms in deliverables.
  • Interfaced with contract manufacturers, OEM, suppliers and regulatory agencies to ensure successful product implementation.

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48. Fmea

low Demand
Here's how Fmea is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Participated in PFMEA activities and provided expertise from a tooling/manufacturing perspective.
  • Participated in regular meetings: production, tools, project update and launch, development of Process FMEA.
  • Cost reduction implementing process improvements, quality improvements and fixture design including use of FMEA and C.A.R.
  • Conducted Line Trails and FMEA tests
  • Supported departmental efforts encompassing value stream mapping, kaizen events, and pFMEA reviews.
  • Designed tools to aid in the assembly of the 737 MAX and 737 NG airplanes FMEA and FEA Drafting Failure analysis

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49. Engineering Support

low Demand
Here's how Engineering Support is used in Tool Engineer jobs:
  • Provided engineering support to departments and processes and recommend improvements.
  • Provided engineering support for McCoy's manufacturing facilities.
  • Provided engineering support to machining component operation.
  • Provided engineering support for space suit to space shuttle compatibility testing at Kennedy Space Center.
  • Created QS9000 procedures related to maintenance and engineering support.
  • Provided tool engineering support in BEC Manufacturing Engineering for the Stamped Metal Progressive and Singulation Dies.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Tool Engineer

Test Procedures18.1%
New Product Development10.7%
Process Improvement9.5%
CAD9.3%
CNC6.5%
Catia4.5%
Cost Savings4.2%
Engineering Changes3.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Tool Engineer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
13.4%
13.4%
2
2
New Product Development
New Product Development
7.9%
7.9%
3
3
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
7%
7%
4
4
CAD
CAD
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
CNC
CNC
4.8%
4.8%
6
6
Catia
Catia
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Cost Savings
Cost Savings
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Engineering Changes
Engineering Changes
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Solidworks
Solidworks
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Project Management
Project Management
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Design Reviews
Design Reviews
2.4%
2.4%
13
13
Ppap
Ppap
2.3%
2.3%
14
14
Setup
Setup
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Plastic Parts
Plastic Parts
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
GD
GD
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Cam
Cam
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
ISO
ISO
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Product Quality
Product Quality
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
New Tools
New Tools
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
EDM
EDM
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Apqp
Apqp
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Technical Support
Technical Support
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
SQL
SQL
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Unigraphics
Unigraphics
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Linux
Linux
1%
1%
28
28
Chrysler
Chrysler
1%
1%
29
29
Sigma
Sigma
1%
1%
30
30
CMM
CMM
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Perl
Perl
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
R
R
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Spare Parts
Spare Parts
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Shop Floor
Shop Floor
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
RFQ
RFQ
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
GM
GM
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Design Changes
Design Changes
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Engineering Department
Engineering Department
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Kaizen
Kaizen
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
New Projects
New Projects
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Capital Equipment
Capital Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Python
Python
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Process Flow
Process Flow
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Customer Requirements
Customer Requirements
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
OEM
OEM
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Fmea
Fmea
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Engineering Support
Engineering Support
0.7%
0.7%

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