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Patrick R. Hagner 10809 Quincy Blvd NE Blaine, MN 55434 Cell: 612-599-9016 ph5e7f2e@westpost.

net SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE R&D engineering professional with expertise in mechanical design, machining and electrical/mechanical testing in military, aerospace and medical industries. St rong machining background using Milltronics CNC, manual mills and lathes. Known as a creative problem solver with ability to multitask and bring high energy an d enthusiasm to new challenges while fostering a culture of innovation. TECHNICAL SKILLS CAD (SolidWorks, Ashlar Vellum Graphite) CAM (Gibbs) NASA Lewice airfoil accretion software (FEA) Vibration fixturing MiniTab statistical analysis Infrared camera and software operations PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Minco Products Inc. Fridley, MN Associate Development Engineer II 2005-2010 Responsible for designing and machining mechanical/electrical solutions includin g heaters, sensors, instrumentation and flexible circuitry to meet customers' pr oduct needs. Researched, recommended and formally adopted new technologies solidifying the co mpany's strategic plans for new product and technology developments as member of Technical Foresight Team. Mechanically designed and tested first electrically heated airfoil wing for de-i cing airplanes and wind turbines which led to $3 million grant to further develo p technology for a leading large airframe manufacturer. Designed and manufactured fixturing for manufacturing and testing setups by usin g CAD/CAM. Defined test plans and tested by using "proof of concept" and "design of experim ents" while continuously reporting on large datasets with the Senior Engineer. Co-trained engineering personnel and senior managers on technical software usage and imaging. Wrote manufacturing process instructions for new products utilized by engineers and production. Wrote technical articles utilized by engineering, marketing and executive manage ment. Adopted Subversion software for department CAD document control in lieu of PDM s oftware. Associate Development Engineer I 1998-2005 Responsible for designing / manufacturing prototypes and test fixturing for R&D Department and Heaters, Sensors, Instrumentation and Flexible Circuitry Division s. Designed, developed, manufactured and prototyped the company's first heater chuc k for the semiconductor industry which led to the first multimillion dollar sale in a new industry. Created complex machined parts using CAD/CAM. Designed and marketed high quality presentation prototype products and marketing

displays for national and international semiconductor trade shows. Performed welding, soldering, and wiring of components, controllers and machines for various manufacturing departments company-wide. R&D Technician 1994-1998 Responsible for conducting laboratory tests and experiments of new sensor techno logies to support R&D Engineers and manager. Developed and tested chemical formulations for the company's first thermistor se nsor which generated sales in the aerospace industry. Researched platinum thin film sensor technologies utilizing YAG lasers to explor e feasibility of new business directions. Set up the company's first CO2 laser used for sensor manufacturing and flexible circuitry trimming. Advance Possis Inc. Laboratory Technician 1993-1994 Responsible for laboratory analysis of health care products to explore new produ ct's stability and optimization. US Navy Engineering Laboratory Technician 1987-1993 Responsible for maintaining and monitoring all shipboard primary reactor / secon dary water chemistries and containment barriers. Supervised 13 Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technicians while providing all rad iological controls testing. Analyzed water chemistry, oil and other liquid chemicals. Generated containment and fixturing for liquid nitrogen freeze seal operations. Managed hazardous materials and radioactive spill cleanup and decontaminations. Documented control of hazmat radiological materials in accordance with governmen t regulations (10CFR20). EDUCATION Associate of Science (A.S.), Engineering, anticipated completion 2012 Anoka Ramsey Community College, Coon Rapids, MN Engineering Laboratory Technician, 1 yr certificate Nuclear Propulsion Technician, 2 yr certificate US Navy Additional Coursework: SolidWorks (40 hrs) Documentation Skills Milltronics CNC Programming Chemical Safety Blue Print Reading Maintenance Technology Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) Principles of Supervision