Brad Eledge has a diverse work experience in mechanical design and engineering. Brad started their career in 1997 at HR Textron, where they were involved in designing hardware for hydraulic test equipment. Brad used Solidworks and Anvil CAD software for creating design and finished drawings. Brad then worked as a Financial Representative as a self-employed individual from 2001 to 2004.
In 2004, Brad joined Double K Industries, where they focused on product design, modeling, and detail drawings related to the pet grooming industry. Brad also handled product testing, shop floor layout design, and maintenance.
From 2005 to 2015, they worked at Woodward HRT as a Mechanical Designer. Brad was responsible for solid modeling and detail drawing tasks for complex components and assemblies related to hydraulic servo valves. Brad played a crucial role in creating and preparing packages for multiple programs, including the SpaceX Falcon 9 program.
Since 2016, Brad has been working at Millennium Engineering and Integration as an Engineering Designer. Brad collaborates with NASA engineers and project managers to conceptualize and design space vehicles and ground-based projects. Brad performs mechanical design for detail parts, mounting hardware, and electronics packaging. Brad also engages with structural and thermal engineers and participates in design reviews.
Throughout their career, Brad has consistently demonstrated their expertise in mechanical design and has proven to be an asset in their various roles.
Brad Eledge attended LA Pierce College, but there is no information available about the start year, end year, degree name, or field of study.
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March, 2016 – present