FESCAJADILLO1985 - Engineer - PIVOTING LOCKING MECHANISM for Swiveling Table
“I enjoyed working with FESCAJADILLO1985, he developed number of possible design schemes.”martinNYC 3 年前
“Thank you for completing a project that others said could not be done.”bethri 3 年前
piping engineerFeb 2014
Gas liquefaction project PISCO-PERU. The design of gas pipelines was performed, with the design of accessories. The project traceability and dimensional analysis for different types of welding was performed as: arc welding (SMAW), TIG (GTAW), also non-destructive testing. Also in this project hydrostatic testing was performed according to ASME B31.3
mechanical designerJan 2009 - Apr 2013 (4 years)
The company Bechtel made an expansion of a copper mine in Peru for which the following designs were made: • Making leach tanks • Design Platform cells • Plans distribution of machines, pumps, tanks moisture separators, etc. • Design Launders between tanks • Making Chutes download • Leaching Tanks • Platforms • General Arrangements, distribution machinery • Supports standard structures according to AISC • Bucket Elevator • Conveyor Belts • Screw Conveyor • Gutters aerodeslizantes • Industrial Buildings • Duct dedusting
mechanical engineer2003 - 2008 (5 years)
solidworks professional designer (2010)ASME
SolidWorks is a CAD (computer aided design) for mechanical 3D modeling software, now developed by SolidWorks Corp., a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes SA (Suresnes, France) for the Microsoft Windows operating system. Its first version was launched in 1995 with the purpose of making CAD technology more accessible. The program allows modeling parts and assemblies and remove them both technical drawings and other information necessary for production. It is a program that works based on new modeling techniques with CAD systems. The process is to transfer the mental idea of the CAD system designer, "building virtually" the part or assembly. Subsequently all extractions (plans and swap files) are made quite automated manner.
Autocad professional designer (2011)Autodesk
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