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  • Justin May-West


    Park City, UT

Work Samples

Work History

  • Adventurer

    • Self Employed
    • 2016 - Present (1 year)

    Training With Naval Special Warfare (2014-2016)

    Mechanical Designer
    American Creative Machine, Manchester, NH (2013-2014)
    • Designed and engineered robotic arms and fixtures for computer assembly and manufacturing.
    • Designed RF sensor housing for a tech start up company. Hand rendered and CAD designed.
    • Collaborated on building of several large machinery applications, through the use of engineering and CAD.
    • Designed parts and assemblies, detailed, had them fabricated, and assembled them.

    Industrial Designer/ Model Maker
    Juliet Marine Systems Inc., Portsmouth, NH (2012 - 2013)
    • Utilized cutting edge and unique applications of technology to create and advance a marine platform’s ability to defend our country.
    • Conceptualized and designed the next iteration of maritime surface vessels for various end-users to address national defense and security.
    • Produced physical models that illustrated existing vessel technology and the direction of future vessels, utilizing drawing, model making, CAD systems, 3D printers and prototyping.
    • Physically worked on vessel; tasks included mechanical, electrical, various installations, visual aesthetics, and sea trials.

    Mechanical Engineer Intern
    Mechanical Solutions Inc., Whippany, NJ (2011 - 2012)
    • Assisted with a wide range of analytical and experimental turbomachinery projects for industrial and military applications.
    • Performed vibration testing and data acquisition for machine vibration signatures and compressor/turbine blade vibration.
    • Designed and fabricated instrumentation mount for helicopter main rotor blade vibration tests.
    • Configured and operated multi-channel acquisition system and data reduction software.
    • Contributed to software development team creating applications that connect legacy rotordynamic solvers (University of Virginia) to modern finite element tool (ANSYS).


  • Appalachian State University

    • Bachelor of Science Industrial Design, Concentration in Product Design
    • 2011