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Foundry Engineer

37 years old
Driving License
Professional Status
Open to opportunities
About Me

First of all, i would like to thank you for your interest in my professional profile and I invite you to browse all the tabs on this website. Whether the goal is to create a partnership together or share a possible job offer, I remain available for any additional information.

Citizen of the world, I am open to all proposals. France, Europe or Worldwide... my only two criteria for start a new challenge : a challenge is interesting and a possibility of development for me and my future colleagues.

The foundry world is small, do not hesitate to share the address of this CV with your colleagues or various contacts in the world of metallurgy.

Hoping to have the opportunity to work together one day.

Provide trainees with the operating mode and process parameters in pressure casting
• Know the limits and advantages of the die casting process
• Understand the design principles of die casting parts and provide the basics regarding layout rules
• Better deal with non-quality aspects and know how to analyze the different causes of defects in pressure casting



November 2022
CATIA V5 Basic Mechanical Design Training (5 days)
Mastery of SPC systems, implementation and interpretation

PSC1 - IRR - European First aid certificate

Croix rouge Française

April 2016
The French Red Cross now includes in PSC 1 training the introduction to risk reduction (IRR) which aims to reduce the vulnerability of individuals to individual and collective disasters.
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Use ATAS software - Thermal analysis


January 2015
Handling, conduct and interpretation of thermal analyzes carried out via the ATAS software developed by Inometal.

Metallurgical engineer and mechanic Specialty Foundry and Forging

Ecole Supérieure de Fonderie et de Forge (ESFF) & Institut Supérieur de Mécanique de Paris

September 2006 to September 2009
The ESFF is the most advanced training available in the field of foundry and forging.
Thanks to its proximity to industries and the Technical Center for Foundry Industries (CTIF), the ESFF graduates around twenty engineers each year.
You will find a quick description by following the following link: http://www.esff.fr/vocation.html
Visit the ESFF and SUPMECA websites:
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Recycling based on pace judgment

OAI - Organisation Applications Industrielles

February 2014
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Study an ergonomic and productive WORKSTATION - TIMING

COGITE Atlantique

March 2012 to May 2012
Training in 3 phases over 6.5 days
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  • In charge of HPDC process development
  • Choice of means of production. Consultation of potential suppliers after drafting specifications
  • Definition of process control and PokaYoké on production equipment
  • Customer relations, visit and presentation of industrialization projects and studies (simulations, manufacturing ranges, etc.)
  • Support in the creation of feasibility and creation of quotes
  • Support in the start of production
  • In charge of the ground connection parts line
  • Business travel up to 80%
  • Development of foundry manufacturing processes, gravity foundry processes, low pressure casting and counter pressure casting
  • Industrialization via installation of new production lines or via inter-site transfers.
  • Involvement of the specifications in the functional implementation of the installations (PPAP + production)
  • Development of projects up to industrialization on complex steel/cast iron or ADI cast iron parts with fabric thicknesses of around one millimeter (1mm).Design, technical monitoring, customer relations
  • Supervision of 35 to 40 people spread over 5 molding workspace and one core making workspace
  • 2x8 and 3x8 shift
  • Supervision of 20 to 22 people. Operation in
  • Quality improvement
  • Production optimization
  • Management of 20 to 25 people spread over 3 workspaces, V-Process + Omega + Main Moulding. Operation of workspace in 3*8.
  • Quality improvement
  • Production optimization
  • Quality improvement
  • Production optimization
  • Development and industrialization of metal/ceramic composite wear parts
  • Supervision of 6 people - 40% of the factory's turnover
  • Assignment to the department: Department of Industrial Research and Testing Resources - Business Skills Center
    As part of a project with MANOIR INDUSTRIES

Conduct project

  • Client contact
  • Design development
  • Conflict management
  • Technical proposals
  • Participation in logistics
  • Qualification of subcontractors
  • Partner audit (preparation for VDA 6.3)
  • Technical support