May 5, 2010
Nathan Weister nathanjweister@eaton.com
(w) 412-893-2482 njweister@comcast.net
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  • 1. May 5, 2010 Nathan Weister nathanjweister@eaton.com (w) 412-893-2482 njweister@comcast.net Work Biography About Nathan Weister Nathan is currently working for Eaton Electrical at their world headquarters, which is based in Pittsburgh, PA. He is presently a designer specializing in the development of power circuit breakers, breaker cassettes, and accessories. Since starting with Eaton Electrical in 2000, Nathan’s role as a designer has included skills in conceptualization, design, detail, and building components from customer specifications. His expertise has also employed the use of thermo set and thermoplastic moldings, sheet metal and mechanical kinematic design. Nathan has authored and partnered many ECD standards, including the Drafting Standards and Special Characteristics documentation. In 2001, he was inducted as a member into the "Eaton Society of Inventors" with 27 disclosed or filed patents. In 2004, Nathan championed the successful and complete implementation of GD&T into a $12M electrical circuit breaker development program, working closely with the consultant group, Effective Training Inc. During that time, Nathan orchestrated and conducted GD&T training within the R&D center and offsite plants, as well as peer to peer training and development. Since then, Nathan has been responsible for the teams’ documentation checking, standards adherence, and internal drafting standards. Additionally, he has provided counsel to vendors and suppliers on drawing interpretation and inspection reports. During the design phase, Nathan has performed hundreds of assembly stacks using geometric tolerances both in worst case and statistical conditions. In addition to hand calculation, he has utilized specialized software (CE/Tol) for complex tolerance stacks involving hundreds of components. Prior to employment at Eaton, Nathan has worked as an independent contractor for CCAD, based in Cleveland, OH, Universal Auto Radiator located in Pittsburgh, Invensys Appliance Controls from New Stanton, PA and Michael Baker Jr, Inc in Beaver, PA. Nathan graduated with honors and perfect attendance from Pittsburgh Technical Institute with an Associate degree in Specialized Technology. His high school diploma comes from Blackhawk High School, Beaver County, PA. Outside of work, Nathan enjoys spending time with his family and fishing with his two boys. He also enjoys hunting, boating, camping and golfing. Some technical training of interest: Senior Level Certification in GD&T – ASME – GDTP S-0549 Technologist Level Certification in GD&T- ASME – GDTP T-0244 Certificate of Completion – GD&T for Plastics – Penn State Behrend (D.Day) Certificate of Completion – ASME Y14.41 Solid Modeling – ETI Certificate of Completion – Tolerance Stacks per Y14.5 – ETI Certificate of Completion – Exec Overview of GD&T - ETI Certificate of Completion, Statistical Tolerance Design – SAE World HQ Certificate of Completion – CE/Tol 6 Sigma – Sigmetrix Corp. Certificate of Completion - GD&T – Advanced Lv2 – SAE World HQ Certificate of GD&T Skills ASME Y14.5M-1994 – Alex Krulikowski Certificate of Completion - Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing - Robertshaw Certificate of Completion - GD&T - Pennsylvania College of Technology Six Sigma - Measurement System Analysis, Cutler-Hammer University Six Sigma - Statistical Tolerancing, , Cutler-Hammer University Innovation & Quality Award – Drafting Standards & Documentation Team

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