Terry will explain the inner workings of cars and motorcycles - their parts, how they run, and how to maintain and restore them. He will also explain how to make minor repairs and service like changing the oil, spark plugs, or a tire.
A Day in the Life of an Aviation Manufacturing Engineer
Will works across multiple groups at Boeing to ensure that the build of the incoming airplane is healthy and stable. He will talk about airplane configurations that customers generally select; how he coordinates the build plan, including validating parts, plans and tools for custom designs; how he integrates the work of factory folks, designers, manufacturing engineers, airplane leaders and others to assess the build risks; and how he monitors build plans for an assigned airplane which can include tooling, testing, sequencing of factory jobs, and more.
Julia Petersen & aj granda
*** 0.2 CEUs in the category of Professional Studies will be offered by the Western Region Interpreter Education Center at Western Oregon University, an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor. ***
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