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 Subject : Veteran looking for opportunities... 07/19/2014 04:02:19 PM 
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I have been in the model train hobby for most of my life, collecting, or working with 1:48 scale trains. Most of the equipment I have worked one has come from my father's personal collection.

I will soon graduate from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College with an associate's in prototype & design.

My architectural model in this course was a retirement gift that would fit onto a 1:87 scale model railroad, and when finished occupied a board space about 4 feet by 4 feet square, and stood about 8" tall.

While in this course, I focused on a 1:39 scale Jules Verne nautilus for 3D CNC machining.

And for our final project, our group worked on developing a functioning hovercraft, and while none of the hovercraft that our class built were successful, my group had the most promising performance, and I attribute my part of the success to the things I learned with model trains.

My resume and portfolio (which contain pictures of these projects) are available upon request, as is a copy of my DD214 and other references. I will work towards posting my Resume & portfolio at the soonest. thank you for taking the time to read this.

Robert Steffen.
 Subject : Re:Veteran looking for opportunities... 08/21/2014 12:41:56 AM 
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Robert Steffen
N3837 County Highway B Kewaunee, WI 54216
(920)255-2596 email: steffen19k@msn.com
Professional Profile:
Scope of responsibility is specific to fabrication and coordination of prototypes through development process. Communicate with peers and supervisors to precisely solve challenges in support of product development.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
 Highly Knowledgeable in Subject Research for model making
 Knowledgeable in technical photography for model making
 Knowledgeable in documenting build progress of models.
 Working Knowledge of SurfCAM for CNC programming
 Working Knowledge of setting up CNC machines
 Working knowledge of AutoCAD for project development
 Working knowledge of Solidworks for project development
 Working knowledge of CorelDraw
 Working Knowledge with Epilog Laser Engraving Machine
 Working Knowledge of Mold making using Silicone and Resin
 Working Knowledge of automotive grade painting techniques
 Basic Knowledge of using Stratasys Dimension 3D printer (FDM)
 Conceptual knowledge of Photochemical Machining (PCM) process
EDUCATION:
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, WI
Associate Degree in Prototype and Design Expected Graduation: 2014
RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT:
M1 Armor Crewman (MOS 19K)
US Army, Fort Hood, TX May 2002-September 2008
 Monitor & Maintain various systems; engine, weapons and communications.
 Communicate with peers and supervisors to maintain efficient operations
 Inspect and maintain equipment using operator’s manual
 Two tours of duty to Iraq, Honorable Discharge.
Railway Operations Crewman (MOS 88U)
US Army Reserve, Milwaukee, WI October 2008-April 2012
 Operate locomotive, conduct operator inspections of equipment.
 Communicate with peers and supervisors
 Maintain efficient transportation of materials in compliance with rules and regulations
 Honorable Discharge
Other Organizations
Neenah Menasha Model Railroad Club 2008-Present
Prototype & Design Club at NWTC 2013-Present
Steam Automotive Club of America 2014-Present
 
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