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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Seek the Challenging Position of Plastic Worker

A highly talented Plastic Worker with huge background in repairing, fabricating, modifying, and installing composite and plastic items, parts, assemblies, and structures with contours that must be reestablished or must meet rigid mechanical or electrical tests by using standard trade practices, processes, and techniques in accomplishing assignments.

Summary of Qualifications
  • More than eight years experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of the working characteristics and properties of composite and resin materials such as carbon/epoxy, boron/epoxy, aramid/epoxy, plastic materials, and tooling compounds such as silicones, polyurethanes, plastisol vinyl, and flexible epoxies.
  • Exceptional skill in varying the proportions of composite materials, plastic and synthetic rubber resins, and other compound ingredients used to obtain required working properties.
  • Profound ability to consider factors such as the size of the item, the effect of temperature and humidity conditions on setup time, acceptable pot life requirements, and the penetrability by different viscosities of compounds through various weaves and thickness of reinforcement materials.
  • Uncommon ability to know the compatibility of commonly used resins, release agents, and surface parting compounds.
  • Strong ability to know how to avoid problems such as voids and pitting caused by improper mixing, pouring, or curing techniques.
  • Great knowledge of, and skill in using, low-pressure shaping, bonding, forming, and casting techniques.
  • Strong ability to use and operate tools and equipment including: measuring instruments such as balance and gram scales to weigh resins and other compound ingredients; hand sanders, orbital sanders, and cleaning equipment; router motors, cutters, drills, and fasteners to remove or join materials; moisture indicators and optical micrometers to detect and measure depths of damaged areas; rulers, squares, forms, and templates to measure materials and trim lines; scissors, shears, knives, and power saws to cut and trim materials; injection guns and pressure regulators to repair delaminations and disbonds on composite surfaces; and rivet guns, drills, files, squeegees, and rollers to accomplish fabrication and final installation.

Professional Experience

ASTEC ENGINEERING Inc., Tarrytown, NY        2003 - Present

Plastic Worker
  • Plan and accomplish repair and manufacture of laminated items with complicated and varied shapes or damaged contours.
  • Manufacture parts, patches, or molds from a variety of materials such as composites, resins, plastics, plaster, and synthetic rubber tooling compounds.
  • Lay out and accomplish initial hand lay-up of laminated items on molds with sharp, irregular angles and combinations of curved and flat areas.
  • Identify and fix problems such as warpage of manufactured parts, voids, pin holes, pin bubbles, poor lamination results, and adhesion of part to molds, crazing, and incomplete cures.
  • Make necessary corrections and adjustments to cure times, temperatures, pressures, mixing, and pouring techniques.
  • Interpret and apply directions relating to the mixture, ratios, uses, cure times, temperatures, and pressures of composite materials, resins, solvents, and mold releasing agents.
  • Determine dimensions and sizes in drawings and blueprints to make templates used in marking, cutting, and trimming final products.
  • Manufacture composite patches to repair or replace irregular or curved surfaces.
  • Check the orientation and stacking order of each ply.
  • Saturate dry fabric such as fiberglass or aramid fiber with a matrix material, usually an epoxy or other organic resin, and then stack one ply at a time.
  • Warm the patch or part and then move it into place using hands, weights, or vacuum pressure.
  • Manufacture partial backup molds to reestablish proper contours for damaged items.
  • Hand lay-up laminate female and male molds on an identical section of a serviceable part to obtain proper configurations.
  • Make flexible and rigid casting and potting molds from plastic and rubber tooling compounds.
  • Make flat-back one-piece, split one-piece or shelled flexible casting molds; also make male, female, and two-part laminated molds.
  • Prepare lay-up boxes, mark parting lines and alignment points, determine location, and cut vent holes

ASTEC ENGINEERING Inc., Tarrytown, NY           1997 - 2003

Apprentice Plastic Worker (under supervision)
  • Repaired, restored, and removed composite or plastic parts and structures with surface damage such as chips, scratches, minor cuts, pits, abrasion, dents, surface ply rips, delamination, disbond, and bubbles.
  • Repaired and restored the aerodynamic smoothness of the part to prevent further damage.
  • Bond composites, plastics, and metals.
  • Set up and operated various standard industrial machines, tools, and equipment, such as sanders, routers, drills, heat blankets, heat lamps, pre-constructed jigs, molds, and formed blocks.
  • Followed specific instructions and used established methods, processes, blueprints, and technical directives to accomplish routine assignments.
  • Repaired regularly shaped laminated engine case coverings, domes, sinks, and deck housings.
  • Prepared composite materials for bonding or repairing by shaping, cutting, drilling, installing a filler material, and applying a heat blanket and vacuum bag materials onto composite or other surfaces.
  • Poured liquid plastic compounds into molds, and shape, cut, drill, and installed plastic aircraft canopies and windshields.
  • Prepared defective surfaces by sanding, scraping, and applying prepared solvents and cleaning agents; smoothing or removing scratches, dents, depressions, and uneven surfaces.
  • Cleaned and prepared mold surfaces with release agents.
  • Coated items with protective compounds by dipping or brushing; removed defective layers of reinforcement.
  • Calculated surface and volume dimensions to determine the correct amount of compound and reinforcement materials based upon specific manufacturer or shop instructions.

Education

High School Diploma (1997)




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