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cgosnell
Member Since: March 15, 2012
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Mechanical Designer with repsect to manufacturing Aerospace and Medical parts and assemblies.  Main focus is in Forging process design and tooling, but also includes manufacturing processes machining, fixturing, gauging and assembly.

Fluent in CAD/CAM/CAE using Pro-Engineer, Solidworks, ANSYS and FORGE software.

Husband, father, avid Maker and founder of a Robotics Group in my community to foster competition in USFIRST.

Favorite Sites:

MAKE Magazine: www.makezine.com

The Engineer Guy: www.engineerguy.com

Adafruit Industries: www.adafruit.com

Sparkfun: www.sparkfun.com

Robert Cringely: www.cringely.com

Hacker News: news.ycombinator.com

Tool and Die Guy: www.thetoolanddieguy.com



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