WAYNE J. STUBINSKI P.O. Box 340 Amherst, WI 54406

951-252-4567 Email: wjs6788090@yahoo.com

BSME Manufacturing Engineering (Technical College of South Africa 1977), Certification Lean Manufacturing (USC Riverside CA 2007), AA Business Accounting and Cost Accounting (North Central College 1969), AUTO CAD, CADKEY, certified in OSHA, certification (predetermined motion study) MTM with WOFAC time studies, Six Sigma basics along with ISO9000, SOX, ISO13485 and MASS90, 500, CNC manufacturing Laser cutter, robotic welding CNC turret press. Injection/Rotational molding, and Metal fabrication background with shearing, forming, quick die change(SMED) programs, tooling design, writing of QC specifications monitored reporting, this includes SPC monitoring. The creation of labor standards specifying the process with the application of 5S programs utilizing lean manufacturing application/programs.


A&B Process Systems Stratford, WI June 2015 to February 2016
Manufacturing Engineer II
Manufacturer of processing equipment and systems specialized in formed and welded stainless steel tanks, pumps and the makeup of full systems. Worked on processes improvements removing obsolete methods and equipment, designed layout and flow improvement. Shut down plant and structure equipment/operations into the five remaining plants. Sold off obsolete equipment and materials returning over $250,000.00 for use in the purchase of new equipment and tools. The company was purchased by JBT last October with a resulting reorganization throughout the company.

First vacation in 5 years and worked with son and daughter-in-law for the start of their business during the period of 6 months, December 2014 to June 2015.

Eneigee Engineering Davenport, Iowa March 2011 to December 2015
Performed Manufacturing Engineering functions for the following three companies during this period, as a Contracted Manufacturing Engineer.

HARLEY-DAVIDSON Kansas City, MO December 2013 to November 2015
Advanced Manufacturing Engineer, for Equipment, Fabrication Project Contract
Manufacture of motor cycles dealing with the specific planning, resourcing and implementation of new equipment and methods of operation along with facility layout, material flow and work methods as related to the five-year plan. To work with and coordinating information with vendors timing for equipment and installations. Locate new equipment and sources for development in new methods and technologies for manufacturing developing same for specific application to Harley-Davidson operation. Recognition of outside vendor’s production for components. The handling for production from these vendors for receiving, inspection and delivery to operations. Coordinate activities with team leads, supervisors and team members using their contributions to refine process changes. Insure new process plans will deliver and meet production requirements along with quality. Work with material resources for Lean process application to sustain manufacturing. Further develop as a continuous improvement manufacturing opportunities for equipment and methods insuring good line balancing practice, training and understanding of methods.

JOHN DEERE, Davenport, IA October 2011 to December 2013
Contract Manufacturing Engineer, Fabrication and Assembly
Manufacture of heavy equipment forestry division new product development qualifying of molded and vendor supplied components and inspection of parts or assemblies, manufacturing line plant layout and implementation and assembly instruction. Introduction and operator training with development of process manuals detailing parts, methods, fixtures, tools and sequence of assembly. Create work station layouts, flow and labor analysis/studies, and improvements for cost savings with application of LEAN. Offered Senior Manufacturing Engineering leadership to the nine on staff Junior Manufacturing engineers

CAES/NEW HOLLAND Burlington, IA April 2011 to October 2011
Contract Manufacturing Engineer, Fabrication and Assembly
Manufacturer of construction equipment, fabrication of made and purchased components by MIG welding, Injection molding of components and manual assembly. Manual and robotic operations. Assembly of fabricated and the finished product with full tracking of components, inspection and release to the assembly line. Introduction and operator training with development of process manuals detailing parts, methods, fixtures, tools and sequence of assembly. Robotic programming for new product, supervised an instructed Supervisors and assembly personnel. Create work station layouts, flow and labor analysis/studies, and improvements for cost savings with application of LEAN.

Due to personal reasons I took leave for approximately 2 years returning to Manufacturing Engineering in Special Projects.

BERTOLINI, Inc Chino, CA August 2008— April 2009
Manufacturing Engineer, Operations
Manufacturer of seating, facility reorganization reducing labor and production time, materials flow, LEAN LEADER for planning, materials and operational requirements. Review product to reduce material, standardize components, review make v/s buy parts, and reduce inventories and operations. Co-ordinate and test plastic molded components reviewing die designs and inspection specifications.

AMF Support Surfaces Corona, CA 2007 June – July 2008
Facility Manager, Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Operations
Work in areas of operations, maintenance, equipment start-up, facility, capital equipment, CNC operations, RF welding. Reorganize facility layout, new construction and manning, improved material handling, lead LEAN program and training, run Kaizen events. Reduced scrap/labor in production from 40% down to 5%. Create CAD design/programs for CNC. Set up Quality Control program test equipment. Managed capital expenditure projects for 2007 and 2008.ROI justifications, installed CNC equipment, trained operators and planners for new equipment, tool design, fixtures and handling.

RESON Goleta, CA 2006 February – May 2007
Manufacturing Engineering Manager
Coordinated activities of mechanical/and manufacturing engineers, procurement activities. Worked on inventory control and contracting with outside vendors using Six Sigma practices, LEAN program Manager for materials and manufacturing control. Set up manufacturing operations and testing at vendors. Oversaw the product assembly/ testing processes of internal and vendors. Establish test protocols and reports and trained personnel in document preparation. Aligned sourcing in Denmark via US vendors and for European vendors.

YOUNGER OPTICS Torrance, CA April 2004 – Jan. 2006
Senior Manufacturing Operations Engineer/Materials Manager
Injection molding working mold improvement, processes along with purchasing of molding materials and tooling, robotic assembly, laser fabrication, manual assembly with Six Sigma and LEAN. Plants in the U.S. and Mexico coordinating personnel and production. Install Quality Control programs and specifications. Senior Manufacturing Engineer developed methods of operations and introduced equipment, set up and wrote the costing platform for all products in raw material, process operations and setting labor standards as well as routings. Materials Manager, negotiated contracts, prepared projection and delivery. After assuming the position has had zero shortage in manufacturing or delays reducing inventory by 40%. Consolidated vendors, inventories and utilized surplus inventory as well as equipment.

METRO FURNITURE Oakland, CA June 2001—March 2004
Senior Manufacturing/Costing Engineer
Metal fabrication and Injection components working with robotic assembly of components, powder coating, automated finishing and assembly, leader for KanBan and Lean manufacturing in operation control. New Product Development and Costing, introduced new product, dealing from concept, to production, structuring bills of material, routers and labor for production. Prepared management ROI’s, improved warehouse and operation control of inventory and finished goods. Reduced cost and made product changes, Area Manufacturing Engineer for upholstered products, program lead in creation of inventory control and tracking. Auditing of operations, bills of material, motivated and train employees for lean manufacturing. Applied Lean programs and Kaizen meetings as well as Lean training at all levels.

CHANNELL CORPORATION Temecula, CA July 1994 – May 2001
Senior Manufacturing/Cost Engineer
Worked with equipment automation, quick tool change, progressive tooling, turret press application, robotics, CNC laser methods and powder coating. Implementation for ISO 9000-9001 and creation of quality program applied LEAN practices to operations and inventory control. Designed components for molded and fabrication tooling along with assembly fixtures. This to include the standard of inspection and reporting.
Assigned to Channel of Canada for transfer of operations and product to California, reduced production cost, refined products design with ECN and ECO control, designed a new manufacturing line, lead in new start up training and outside processing. Installing CNC Laser cutting equipment and programming along with robotic welding, wing benders and turret presses. Designed equipment layout and material flows. Senior Manufacturing Engineer, facility layouts, flow and storage, tool design, fixtures and equipment
selection. Prepared for ISO 9001, mechanical drawings, equipment tooling PM programs and created
an Industrial Engineering program, wrote Q.C spec’s and material standards. Manufacturing/Cost Engineer developed a metal finishing process, directed changes in product, process, routers, costs and BOM’s. Lead in improving layouts, equipment, production and material management, designed jigs and fixtures, wrote procedures, specifications and work orders. Prepared ROI’s for new equipment, automation and manufacturing methods. Worked with customers and existing products in their designs and the design of tooling for injection molding as well as metal fabrication, to qualify tooling and components for production along with inspection criteria for parts, tooling and molds, reporting production results.

Manufacturing Engineering Manager
Injection Molding and Metal fabrication and product assembly, fabrication in metal using turret presses, spot welding, progressing tooling, quick die change, powder coating and the design and qualifying of injection molding components along with tooling. Responsible for Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering, Cost Accounting, Quality, tool design for sheet metal, fiberglass and wood product. Managed Lean Manufacturing and Kan Ban for savings and efficiency of operation, Developed and audited bills of material, for new materials and equipment. Created and installed 5 assembly lines with four reworks to meeting new product requirements along with developing and installing of packaging line. Created labor studies and standards for work centers.

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