My name is Todd Corrie and I am a University of Victoria Mechanical Engineering graduate. I am an eager and inquisitive engineer skilled in computer-aided design (CAD), Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), design for manufacturing, and design for assembly.
Shockwave · Internship
Aug 2021 –
Sidney, BC, Canada
Assessed model modifications and provided updates to existing production drawings. Designed and implemented creative solutions to manufacturing and configuration problems. Optimized complex macros in Excel in order to process large amounts of drop-test information. Created simplified models of custom suspension systems to be sent directly to customers. Optimized complex models to be 3D printed for use in trade shows. Used QCAD to polyline various drawings for water and laser-cut files.
VMAC · Internship
Dec 2020 –
Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Effectively designed integral Mechanical Components yielding tens of millions in revenue annually. Conducted meetings focused on DFMEA and root cause analysis throughout multiple engineering design projects. Conducted vibrational FEA to validate maximum rotational unbalance due to tolerance stack-up. Created various compressor casting patterns using a 3D printer.
Nor-Mar Industries Ltd · Internship
Dec 2018 –
Penticton, BC, Canada
Produced manufacturing drawings for fabrication and sales drawings for initial customization and product sales. Used AutoCAD to design electric schematics implemented during assembly. Communicated effectively with various coworkers to ensure the viability of proposed engineering solutions.
University of Victoria
Bachelor Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, 3.9
2018 – 2023
Activities and Societies:
UVic Formula Racing, UVic Rocketry, Volleyball