Ed Kernick | Questioning Boundaries, Contact Lens MFG, & UV Disinfection
Ed Kernick started his career as an air conditioning technician. He then decided to go back to school where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering. An interesting story he shared on this episode is when he cut his teeth doing stress analysis on Pro/ENGINEER Mechanica. He also tells us how he developed his skills as a design engineer. These days, and for the past 20 years, Ed has been an engineer with Johnson & Johnson where he helps the company develop and manufacture contact lenses.
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