Dean Osenbaugh

Work experience

Work experience
1992 - Present

Concept Designer

Conceptive Engineering

Design and Detail:

  • Holding fixtures
  • Automatic taping machinery
  • Heat seal machinery
  • Urethane bag fill machinery
Feb 2006 - Jun 2010

Design Engineer/Contract Designer

Indesco, Inc.
  • Project Management and design of capital machinery
  • Assumed design collaboration and responsibility for fossil fuel extraction process machinery for Petroleum industry with goal of taking a high dollar proposition to a cost-efficient process.
  • Devised auto-supplier brake pad mixing system creating resolution to a high cost production process problem.
  • Developed lift assist process machinery eliminating employee safety concern for automotive supplier
Jan 2001 - Feb 2006

Research and Development Engineer

H.L. Lyons

  • Development and Design of Medical Equipment including FDA and U/L Approval. 
  • Design of capital automation machinery for multiple industries including the appliance industry.
  • Design of store fixtures for major US corporations including Dollar General and Walmart. 
Jan 1999 - Jan 2001

Project Engineer/Project Manager

Steel Technologies, Inc

  • Drove value through project management of equipment procurement in excess of $1mm for coiled steel processing.  
  • Designed and debugged layout of production machinery to move processing to efficiency and profitability.
  • Designed and adapted peripheral equipment for steel coiling machinery.
Jan 1997 - Jan 1999

Project Engineer/Designer

Griffin and Company
  • Designed bulk handling equipment for the movement of tobacco in manufacturing and production
  • Designed overhead and product conveyance systems for assembly line
Feb 1993 - May 1997



Tier 1 Automotive Supplier Design:

  • Design and detail of parts for ride control
  • Design and detail assemblies for ride control
  • Design of product for Ford F-150 truck redesign
1992 - 1993



Contracted to Owens-Illinois

  • Design and detail of secondary and specialty plastic machines
  • Design and detail of labeling machines
  • Design and detail of blow molding machnery
  • Design and detail of tooling for injection molding machinery

Contracted directly to Tenneco Automotive

Design and detail of ride control components


1994 - Present

Ford Motor Company

PDGS Training and Certification

1983 - 1986

Engineering Technologies

Whitmer Vocational



Engineering Computer Support

Anvil 1000 and 5000, Prime Medusa Rev. 5, PDGS, ComputerVision Medusa Rev. 12., CADDS 5. MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project, MS PowerPoint, Relational Database Design, MS Access, Punch/Laser Programming

Manufacturing Engineering

Production layout, equipment, workflow, process, prototyping, bulk handling, conveyor, tooling, blow molding, injection molding, prototyping, DFM, Industrial methods,


Mechanical, Structural, GD&T, ASME Y14.5M, Computer aided (CAD) and Manual Drafting, tooling, molding, component, elevator, research, development, build-outs, machine room, prototype, research, development, conveyance, design for manufacturing, stress analysis, tolerance analysis,

Product Engineering

Product development, suspension, ride control, parts and assemblies, line automation, bulk handling, custom molded, point of purchase (POP) fixtures, check-out stands, appliance cladding, appliance parts, life cycle analysis,

Project Management

Design, detail, quote, specification, costing, purchasing, fabrication, supervision , installation

Concept/Machinery Design

Industrial mixers, J Hook locking equipment, lift-assist, Metered escapements, steel coiling, medical imaging (X-Ray), elevators, collectors, holding fixtures, heat seal, urethane bag fill, plastics machinery, bottle trimmers, labelers, injection molding, palletizers, capital machinery, medical device/x-ray, secondary and specialty machinery, mixed and multi use


Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing


Outstanding AutoCAD abilities using versions 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 2000, 2002, 2005