Bradley Martin

Mr. Bradley Martin

Lab Technician

52C Garland Hall
513-529-0726
martin93@miamioh.edu

Education

  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering
    Miami University
    2017
  • A.A.S., Engineering Technology
    Miami University
    2014

Employment

  • Applied Engineering, Inc.
    Manufacturing Engineer
    Fargo, North Dakota
    November 2017 - October 2018
    • Designed and rendered 3D models of parts to be 3D printed or machined
    • Developed floorplan models for the purpose of allocating floor space for various equipment
    • Maintained concise documentation for projects utilizing project management schedules, bill of materials, and improved part inventory accuracy
    • Effectively communicated with floor technicians to improve process efficiency, increase safety, and reduce risk

Technical Skills

  • Lab Equipment: Knowledge and operation of manual or CNC machining technology: lathe & mill; injection molding, monitored tensile testing, bandsaw operation
  • Software Literacy: Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk AutoCAD, BobCAD-CAM, Abaqus, Engineering Equation Solver (EES), Matlab, Microsoft Office Suite, R-Studio, Arduino, and SAP (inventory management software)
  • Mechanical: Ability to read/interpret engineering drawings, keeping well-organized records of a design/repair process, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to determine design compatibility and critical stress locations, 3D modeling and 3D printing of parts
  • Manufacturing: Application of Statistical Process Control (SPC), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Project Management scheduling, Manufacturing Process Plan, Design for Manufacturability (DFM), Prototype Test Plan, Product Design Specifications (PDS), Bill of Materials (BOM), Selection Matrix

Undergraduate Projects

  • Senior Design Capstone Project January - December 2016
    Contributors: Buchanan J., Krieger B., Martin B., Saul E., Schriever J., Richter J.
    • Collaborated with a multi-disciplinary team in the design, development, and fabrication, and testing of a rotational headrest adapter for a client with cerebral palsy.
    • Iterated and finalized design based on functionality tests, design specifications, and client feedback.
    • My major contributions include part fabrication and functionality testing.
  • Statistical Analysis Experiment for 3D Printing Spring 2016
    Contributors: Levy J., Martin B., Richter J., Scheatzle D., Tuthill N.
    • Conducted a thorough statistical analysis by collecting experimental data.
    • Analyzed empirical data and monitored the degree of accuracy of the printing process using control charts.
    • My major contributions include: 3D modeling the parts to be measured, iterative DOE analysis to determine significance of factors.

Professional Interests

  • Design/Analysis of mechanical components in commonplace items (i.e. identifying the manufacturing process of a part, the forces acting on the part, estimating failure modes)
  • Open-ended projects that provide space for creativity
  • Practical applications/benefits of thermodynamic systems
  • Quality Control and Industrial Statistics