The following are just a few samples of past work. Several examples of project/product documentation are not available for proprietary and confidentiality reasons. These include, but are not limited to: BOM's, work scopes, engineering test reports, project schedules, and detailed concept presentations.
Developing ASME-compliant manufacturing drawings for everything from parts to detailed assemblies. Practiced and trained in GD&T. (image details blurred)
Evaluating and comparing storefront displays, part of research to understand buyer and retailer habits, associations, and brand presentation. A key takeaway was that kitchen brushes visually look, and are sometimes sold, alongside lavatory brushes.
Conducting variety of tests for operational, environmental, and design improvement purposes. Experience with numerous MIL-STD tests, IP and NEMA ratings.
Test Fixture Design
Design and construction of an innovative, positionable test fixture using custom-fabricated parts and 80/20 framing.
Nothing beats textbook paper and pencil, but once in a while a simulation or parametric study can expedite a redesign or validate test results.
Commercial packaging design crafted with assistance from Daedalus Excel.
Integrating PCB's into complex assemblies using standard interconnects, battery packs, PEM hardware, and other modules.
Working closely with a plastics manufacturer, a family tooling die was constructed and refined through mold and process changes to reduce sinking, eliminate porosity, and maintain part appearance.
This is an example retail sales sheet that was generated to showcase the product and to illustrate the commercial appeal and product features.
Some hand sketches during the initial packaging design. Inspiration derived from classic 1950's colors, patterns, and pop figures (Bernie Brewer shown).
Concepts were generated for a wildlife refuge river barrier. This sketch and rendering supplemented a written synopsis.
The homebrew hobby has also stirred some extra branding / graphic design amusement: Bottle Label Art