James Woodward, BSME, has totaled approximately 9000 hours of SolidWorks seat time in the course of 8 years of design work. He has worked in multiple facets of concept design; from prototyping through finalization, from military applications to biomedical devices. He works directly with both clients and fabricators, to streamline or develop designs for efficiency and cost savings. James is a Certified Solidworks Professional (CSWP).
Keith Frankie, BSME, UC Berkeley, enjoys finding solutions to engineering problems. From idea to completed project, SolidWorks is his tool of choice to aid in conceptualization, analysis, detailed design, and documentation. He is a Certified Solidworks Expert (CSWE) with additional certifications in Simulation, Advanced Sheet Metal, Advanced Drawing Tools, and Advanced Weldments. In his 10 year career as a mechanical engineer he has worked on a wide variety of projects in both the commercial and defense sectors. He is active in the leadership of the San Diego chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
Dana Taylor has over 13 years of product design experience. His experience offers designing skid mounted process equipment, piping skids and plant interconnecting piping systems per ASME codes. Development of PFD’s, P&ID’s and plant design utilizing SolidWorks and AutoCAD Drawing packages. Dana has over 8000 hours of SolidWorks seat time. His experience ranges from Large industrial capital equipment, biomedical devices to packaged electronic systems for consumer and military applications.