- CDL A
- Project management
Lead design for manufacturing formability studies, working with the product designer to determine best tooling plan for all stamped parts.
Lead tooling engineering team in developing formability plans and laying out tooling processes for sheet metal stamping parts – ranging from large Class A automotive parts to small progressive parts.
Use Autoform and/or PamStamp simulation software to setup and run formability feasibility studies on sheet metal stamping parts/processes. This includes the completion of all trim development and form compensations.
Lead Tooling team in developing the tooling correction loops to maturation of product for tooling buyoff.
Review tool designs to ensure tool is capable of producing the intended simulation/quality defined product.
Create surfaces for forming tools and basic process layout based on the simulation results.
Travel in support of tooling process development or tool home lining may be required for difficult parts.
Able to setup Autoform or PamStamp simulation files.
Able to troubleshoot formability issues and come up with a feasible correction plan to process problems.
Able to use Catia for design, surfacing, and reverse engineering.
Surfacing skill level – Intermediate to Excellent
Must be willing to adapt to and/or learn new design practices.
Simulation skill level – Intermediate to Excellent
Must be capable of leading technical discussions with broad range of team members and management.
Prefer Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
Tooling industry experience, specifically Class A tooling simulation is desired.
Prefer 2+ years of tool processing experience.
Project management experience is desired.