Michael Kaeding Machine Design in the Agricultural & Mining Industry
What to learn on this episode?
Want to know about how an engineer develops their products? Today we’re going to find out about how Michael Kaeding does this!
In this episode of The being an engineer podcast, Michael Kaeding shares his journey from his first job to his current, what he learned, what he improved, and what he can share with others.
Who is Michael Kaeding?
Michael Kaeding received his Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) focused in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. From being a fresh graduate he is now an experienced Project Engineer working in machinery, specializing in the agricultural and mining industry. He’s skilled in 3D modelling software, such as SolidWorks, Autodesk, and Inventor. (you’ll see what I mean when you start listening). He gained a bunch of experience allowing him to provide practical, easy-to-use pieces of equipment for a variety of customers. Currently, Michael is working at Rockford Engineering Works Ltd.
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