Cincinnati Fan specializes in cast aluminum and fabricated aluminum, steel, and stainless steel industrial fans. Since 1956, they have been designing and manufacturing top quality centrifugal blowers, axial fans, cooling fans, dust collectors, and more. They have a large selection of standard and customizable products. 

In 2015 Cincinnati Fan acquired Daniels Fans; T​his ​added specialized high temperature fans to their selection of fans.​ Then in 2018 they acquired Str​obic Air; This added fume exhaust systems for laboratory fume hoods in university, public health, government, chemical, pharmaceutical, industrial, and other process industries.


My co-op experiences​ at Cincinnati Fan is detailed below.​​

Quality and Manufacturing 

Engineering Co​​​​​-op

January 2018 - Current ​​


​​​Utilized DMAIC problem-solving to pinpoint and quantify production bottleneck causes

  • Created and implemented data collection plans to efficiently capture data needed for analysis

  • Justified the replacement of old machinery to remove the bottleneck of in fabrication.

    • This change could more than triple the maximum throughput in fabrication

  • Enabled new parts to be sent from engineering to manufacturing an average of 8 hours sooner

​Designed and implemented improvements for flow of Work-In-Progress
  • Reduced staging handling time by 63% for assembly

  • Improved job visibility to reduce searching time

Preformed continuous improvement projects to increase throughput and productivity

  • Improved transport of wheel parts though welding with more agile cart system

  • Wrote Work-Instructions and Standard Operating procedures to aid in training and to standardize procedures​



Boston Scientific is a leader in minimally invasive medical devises. They have 40 locations and 27,000 employees all over the world; they develop, manufacture and market worldwide. I have had the great opportunity to do three Co-Op rotations at the Boston Scientific plant located in Spencer, Indiana​.

The Spencer, Indiana plant manufactures over 700 Class I and II medical devices for urology, endoscopy and pelvic health. This plant also preforms extrusion, molding and coating manufacturing processes.


My co-op experiences​ at Boston Scientific is detailed below.​

Quality As​​​surance​

Engineering Co​​​​​-op 

(Lead Quality Co-op)

May 2017-August 2017

My roll in Quality Assurance was to assure quality of products, processes, and testing practices statistical analysis of data was used to find and reduce variation; decisions were explained in tech reports

I used document control systems to create and make changes to documents plans, and performed capability analysis

As Lead Quality Co-op I made sure all the quality co-ops had a balanced workload. I led weekly quality Co-op meetings and updated the other Co-op Leads.


Software learned: ​Minitab​​



Engineering Co-op

​​​August 2016 - January 2017

Supported more than five production lines

Learned lean and six sigma manufacturing basic principles such as 5s, Kaizen, and quality controls

Participated in root cause analysis u​sing 5M/fishbone tools

Assisted calibration department in ensuring​ all equipment was used within its calibration ranges

Conducted failure mode effects analysis and process change analysis


Software learn​​ed: ​Primo (​Calibration management software​), Document Archive

Process Development

Engineering Co-op

​​August 2015 - December 2015

Process characterization data analysis as well as gage R&R data collection and analysis


Software learned: PLM, Outlook, Solidworks​

Equipment used: Keyence Vision Systems, OGP Smartscope Flash, Instron Universal Testing Systems