Anuj Mokashi

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Highland Park, IL, United States
  • Nov 22, 2017
Full time Engineering

Personal Summary

Detail-oriented, innovative, and goal-oriented professional, offering hands-on experience in mechanical engineering, diagram and model designing, finite element and stress analysis, and quality assurance. Demonstrate efficiency in utilizing in-depth knowledge in facilitating research, performing tests, and modifying designs. Exemplify technical competency in identifying mechanical issues and gathering data to ensure quality performance and timely completion of assigned projects. Exhibit strong work ethic in complying with the fundamentals and standards in accomplishing basic engineering functions. Display multilingual fluency in English and Hindi with working knowledge of Japanese.

Work Experience

Mechanical Test Engineer
Mar 2017 - AbbVie

Adhere to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards in verifying and modifying designs for existing products.
Take charge of developing and providing 3D print jigs and fixtures for various test methods and equipment.
Conduct current and next generation drug infusion pumps testing, discoveries analysis, as well as functional performance specifications enhancement in accordance with the Food and Drug Association (FDA) regulations.
Utilize SolidWorks, Zwick, and Instron tensile testers in designing and conducting daily tensile, compression, and drop testing on various parts of the drug infusion pumps, as well as weld gap pin gauging for quality assurance purposes.
Key Highlights:
Drove efforts in decreasing stress and developing sturdy components through the development of ultrasonic welding procedure to formulate minimum flash during welding process.
Drafted and established protocols and standard testing methods in performing experiments in various product development stages which were used by the company during engineering confidence, verification, and validation testing.

Environment, Health, and Safety Specialist (EHS)
Jul 2016 - Jan 2017 AbbVie

Supervised ergonomic assessments and created ergonomically functional workspace layouts.
Initiated CAPA investigations for ergonomic hazards at workstations, as well as manufacturing and packaging plants.
Teamed up with division managers, employees, and EHS to improve the Ergonomics Program and upgrade ergonomic equipment and databases.
Utilized SAP to effectively categorize various hazardous chemicals and substances for better management.
Conducted risk assessments for accidents at the manufacturing and fermentation plants as well as initiated root cause analysis to determine primary causes for these occurrences.
Key Highlights:
Developed and implemented a standard operating procedure for internal calibration verification of manual and electronic pipettes based on Eppendorf’s method, and created several other guidelines for the EHS laboratory.

Research Intern, Laboratory for Additive Manufacturing Research and Education
May 2015 - Jan 2016 University of Illinois

Carried out in-depth research concerning additive manufacturing.
Formulated core cell structure and addictive manufacturing processes for optimal sandwich panel production.
Held accountability in printing and evaluating models for failure as well as initiating the optimal design, which involved compression and tensile tests through self-designed test apparatus and method.
Conceptualized light weight and strong structures with wide-range applications that could withstand high stress.
Key Highlights:
Displayed skills in identifying associated parameters while analyzing modes for failure, deformation, and stress by formulating 3D CAD models in SolidWorks and ANSYS.


Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Jan 2016 University of Illinois
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
- Jan 2014 University of Pune, India