Mechanical Engineers design, produce and test mechanical equipment, such as industrial machinery, heating, and cooling systems, transport systems, robotics, and tools.
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Understanding of industry standards
3D (Computer Aided Design) CAD
Assemble Project Deliverables
Assist With Field and Manufacturing Problems
Assist With Shipping of Equipment Prior to Deployment
Analyze Test Results and Adjust Design if Needed
Automated Model Programming
Complete Assigned Tasks Within Time and Cost Restraints
Convert Basic Design Information and Requirements Into Working Drawings
Develop and Test Prototypes
Clearly Explain Design Ideas
CAD (Computer Aided Design)
Can help in design works and industries
can help in testing
lot of manual work
Lot of opportunities
Workload is high
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Good at math
loves to build things
understands working of machinery
Interesting Facts about the career
As a Mechanical Engineer you can work in a an office using tiny measuring instruments to enormous air craft hangers and power plants using giant machines.
There are hundreds of thousands of jobs for Mechanical Engineers all over the world, as a Mechanical Engineer, you will be unscathed by the worsening economy.
As always with an Engineering job, there is the money, an average income for Mechanical Engineers in 2007 was $75,130.
Mechanical Engineers develop and use new materials and technologies. They design using the most advanced computer systems and software.