Problem Solver

Jalen Mayes

Areas Jalen Mayes is Knowledgeable in:

Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Quality Engineering, Additive Manufacturing Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, 3D printing, Applied Science Engineering, Customization Work, CNC Lasers, CO2 Laser, Laser Engraving, Laser Cutting, CNC Programming, CAD, CAM, Mechanical Design

Jalen Mayes's Problem Solving Skills:

  1. Lean Manufacturing
  2. First Article Inspection
  3. CNC Programming
  4. Mastercam
  5. CNC Machining
  6. Rheometer Powder Testing
  7. Certificate of Conformance Creation
  8. Magics by Materialise
  9. Solidworks
  10. Quality Management System
  11. Quality Control Documentation
  12. Rapid Prototyping Engineering
  13. Additive Manufacturing Engineering
  14. Work Traveler Creation
  15. Submittal Creation
  16. Continual Improvement
  17. Business Relations & Communications
  18. AS9100 Knowledge
  19. Powder Testing
  20. Static Point Load Analysis
  21. Structural Analysis
  22. Mechanical Analysis
  23. Product Design
  24. Mechanical Design
  25. CAD
  26. Mechanical Engineering
  27. Quality Control
  28. Quality Assurance
  29. Inspection Report Creation
  30. Quality Engineering
  31. CNC Lasers
  32. Laser Engraving
  33. Lightburn
  34. Laser Cutting
  35. Diode Lasers
  36. CO2 Lasers
  37. Customization Work
  38. Quality Management System

Jalen Mayes's Problem Solving Experience:

  1. I invented a squeezing press mechanism for a clothing company to save time and money. The squeeze press can hold up to 8 shirts at once which is 8x faster than their traditional "hand squeezing" method of grabbing 1 shirt at a time. This method also saved the employs from getting messy with chemical solution and saved their physical energy too.
  2. I developed a way for CNC lasers to have live feed cameras to utilize unused material in areas that are miniscule or too difficult to locate without the camera. This sped placement/nesting time up tremendously and reduced wasted material.
  3. I developed a specific tool to hold down material flat to the mating surface on honeycomb tables for laser machines to achieve accurate cut outs. Simply, push the clamp down into the honeycomb slots and the material will hold. This results in precise cutting which grants better results overall.