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Olivier RAINAUT

Clichy

En résumé

Mes compétences :
Moldflow
Dfss green belt
Plastic technologist
Project management
Function development

Entreprises

  • Amazon - System Integration Manager

    Clichy 2016 - maintenant
  • Philips Avent, Mother and Child Care - Group Lead Mechanical Development

    2014 - 2016 Doubled the size of the mechanical team within 18 month.
    Definition, integration and growth of the technical documentalists' sub-team.
    Manage a team of 30 technical people with different expertise and qualifications to deliver safe and performing products following a quality management system US FDA certified.
    Increase the team output regarding lifecycle management activities by 100% by using lean tools, change management, people management.
    Empower team to define continuous improvement activities and balance in house competence development versus outsourcing to reduce development cost by 200 keuro.
    Standardization of all the raw materials, inks, masterbatches used for food contact products enabling cost savings and taking into accounts regulations, market trends and public opinions.
    Member of the European standard mirror committee (CEN/TC 252) for safety standards related to Drinking equipment, cutlery and feeding utensils, soothers for babies and young children.
  • Philips Innovation Services - Senior Project Leader

    2012 - 2014 Responsible for making project plans and offers based on customers’ requirements together with the project teams. Managing the stakeholders, the risks, the budget, the planning, the deliverables related to ASML lithography machines’ new development.
    Managing multidisciplinary projects teams: mechanic, mechatronic, dynamic, electrical, optical, software, test and verification, industrialization up to 50 FTE.
    Bring a machine’s module from a prototype maturity to a fully verified, released module in production, and shipped to final customers (Apple and Samsung). Project done while keeping the deadline unchanged and integrating change requests representing 25-30% extra effort versus original agreement.
    Took over a project with budget overspent, delay in development. Team ownership, tight control on resources, continuous negotiations on quotations with suppliers were the key elements for fulfilling customer’s expectations and deliver the project on agreed timeline, quality and budget.
  • Philips Consumer Lifestyle - Project Leader Advanced Development

    Suresnes 2010 - 2012 Set advanced development projects and lead the teams (up to 20FTE) in the fields of new products, technologies, manufacturing techniques.
    Define and release a functional model of a drive train (now in the market) for power toothbrushes 50% smaller than the current one following the V-model approach (including invitro testing)
    Project to identify, rank, design and test concepts using fluids dynamic principles to improve gum health by better cleaning the interdental space compare to existing fluid solutions and manual / power toothbrushes. One concept has been brought to a principal proven with benefit shown during invitro testing on biofilms.
    Identify issues within Philips’ product and process architectures, definitions and initiations of predevelopment projects to seek manufacturing solutions enabling part miniaturization, function integration and cost reduction. In Mold Assembly and Variotherm molding techniques are now used.
  • Philips Consumer Lifestyle - R&D Injection and Molding Engineer

    Suresnes 2009 - 2010 Expert acting from predevelopment stage until life cycle support for all the Philips Consumer Lifestyle appliance’s plastic parts.
    Suppliers’ audits (molders, mold makers) for both purchasing and industrialization departments.
    Challenging suppliers’ planning as well as their quotations.
    Consultant in material selection, part design / mold design / molding process for both development and industrialization teams.
    Expert in FEA analysis ; training of 3 FEA engineers (to specialize them with Moldflow) based at a partner in India.
    Technology scouting and reverse engineering activities to setup predevelopment projects.
  • MECAPLAST - FEA technologist

    Clamart 2004 - 2009 Coordination of all the simulations (structural and process) involved per project (more than 25 interior car garnishes per project): improve the speed of delivering results by 50% by having developed mesh requirements suited for both structural (Patran / Nastran / LSDyna) and process (Moldflow) simulations, and reduce cost of meshing by 200% by qualifying suppliers from Asia, Middleeast, NorthAfrica.
    Define and lead molding trials to investigate new techniques and improve simulation accuracy and reliability: clamp force brought from +/40% to +/20%; estimation of filling pattern for parts gated with multiple gates from +/20% to +/10%.
    Realization of Moldflow (process) / Nastran (structure) FEA analysis to optimize parts geometry, select material, design the architecture of the hot runner systems, and optimize process settings: more than 300 studies performed.
    Coordination and planning of the workload for all the simulations department (min. 6 FTE) including outsourcing to suppliers.
  • Gaz de France - Mechanical engineer

    2003 - 2003 Realization of a procedure to calculate the reliability of pipeline after an impact with an excavator (leak and break) so as to estimate the maintenance cost of the current pipelines and to design the new ones: the procedure based on FORM / SORM approach was verified and recognized as being 10 times faster than the existing one based on montecarlo simulations.

Formations

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