I am a graduate of UC Berkeley (Cal) with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. My passion is solving difficult problems and learning new skills. Although my degree is in Mechanical Engineering, I have found that I get the most enjoyment out of software-based problems and solutions. Having a mechanical background gives me a unique understanding of the physical world that I can translate into software solutions to physical (or cyberphyisical) problems.
One thing that I pride myself in is being able to handle all aspects of a project from design to prototype to final validation. This includes mechanical design, machining/fabrication, assembly, software development, prototype testing, and iteration of the whole process to produce a functioning product.
Pre-Covid, I was a volunteer mentor for a FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) Team: Team 4999 Momentum Robotics. The FRC program is dedicated to introducing hands-on robotic-based STEM opportunities for high school students. I worked to pass on my knowledge in mechanical design, CAD, programming, prototyping, business, and project management, as well as oversaw and demonstrated proper hands-on work with fabrication and robotics.
Resume: Andrius Raulinaitis – Resume
LinkedIn: Andrius Raulinaitis – LinkedIn
Machine Shop: Engine Lathe | Vertical Mill |CNC Mill (CAM) | Drill Press | Bench Grinder | Belt Sander
3D Printing: 3D Systems Projet HD3000 | EnvisionTEC (most platforms) | Makerbot Replicator 2X | Afinia H-Series | Lulzbot (Taz and Mini) | XYZ da Vinci Jr. | Ender 5 | Basic knowledge of SLM 500 Systems (Metal AM) | Prusa MK3s