Resume'

Greg Pettengill

- EXPERIENCE -



Present
Independent Engineer & Freelance Artisan
Cote' Art & Engineering, Inc.
1002 Queen St.
Mims, FL 32754-5547
Phone (321) 420-9037

March 1995 - October 1995
Hy-Tech Forming Systems, Inc.
2329 W. Mescal #303, Phoenix, AZ 85029
Supervisor: Ed Gasiorek (602) 944-9174
Title: Research & Development Machinist
Responsibilities: Design & develop tools and methods for Prototyping hydroformed plastic parts. Procure, startup and run a CNC Machining Center and a TekSoft CAD/CAM System.

November 1990 - December 1994
Smith West Inc.
404 W. Guadalupe Rd. Tempe, AZ 85283
Supervisor: Mark Locher (602)839-0501
Title: Manufacturing Engineer
Responsibilities: Develop and implement work instructions (MOT) for aircraft engine component machining. Write programs for CNC lathes and mills using CimLink on Sun work stations. Design and oversee the building of fixtures and tools. Manage and maintain all engineering files, drawings and specs.


May - October 1990
Ronningen Research & Development Co.
6700 E. YZ Ave. Vicksburg, MI
Supervisor: John McQueen
(616) 649-0520
Title: CAD/CAM Mold Designer
Responsibilities: Design prototype dies for plastic injection molding of parts. This was done on Anvil 5K software run on Silicon Graphics work stations.


February 1987 - May 1990
Raychem Corp., Fuquay-Varina, NC
Supervisor: Robert Timmer
(919) 552-8427
Position: Senior Model Shop Technician
Responsibilities: Product development of plastic parts for the telecommunication industry. This required producing parts by CNC & conventional machining, RTV casting, vacuum forming and other methods.


February, 1984 - November, 1986
Raymond Kaskey
2221 Hall Place
Washington, D.C.
(202) 337-2305

Portlandia Project; The building, transporting, and installation of a 10X LIFE SIZE monumental statue for the city of Portland OR. This is the largest sculpture of it's kind since the Statue of Liberty.



March, 1982 - November, 1986
Garner Denver Corp., Denver, Colorado
(303) 287-2976

Responsibilities; Make jigs, fixture and tooling for manufacturing of pneumatic rock drills.



September, 1980 - March, 1982
TCD Inc., Wheatridge, Colorado
(303)877-1773

SUPERVISOR: Joe Graff
Responsibilities: Machinist in short run production job shop.



July, 1976 - September, 1980
Cooper Airmotive
Love Field, Dallas, Texas

SUPERVISOR: David Mills
Responsibilities: Machining parts for jet aircraft engine rebuilding.



June, 1973 - September, 1975
Bruno Machinery Corp.
18 Petra Lane,Albany, NY 12110
SUPERVISOR: Forest Keyon
Responsibilities: Machining parts for the manufacture of die-cutting presses and rebuilding machine tools.

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- EDUCATION -
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Guilderland Central High School
Albany, New York
Graduated: June 1969

State University of New York
Albany, New York
September 1969 - January 1971

Goddard College
Plainfield, Vermont
September 1971 - June 1973

California College of Arts and Crafts Oakland, California
September 1975 - June 1976

Wake Tech Community College
Raleigh, North Carolina
December 1989 - March 1990


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