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By: Chris Morris

301 Top Tips for Design Engineers

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This book is aimed at new mechanical design engineers – to improve your employability and to help you ‘hit the ground running’.


It also contains useful information and checklists for more experienced designers.


It’s a quick read, listing real-world, non-academic, practical experiences which you won’t find in an engineer’s technical reference book.


It includes design and drafting guides, good advice for everyday design and general office life, advice on job interviews, how to handle meetings, insights into other departments, looking after yourself in a work environment and more.

Chris studied mechanical and production engineering at Nottingham Trent Polytechnic.


He worked within the engineering industry for 49 years, starting as an apprentice at age 16 with Royal Ordnance (UK MoD), BAE Systems, JCB Ltd and other organisations. He was responsible for the design and production of highly complex precision products.


During his long career, his roles have included technician apprentice, skilled fitter, assistant foreman, drawing office draughtsman, production engineer, tooling engineer, leading CAD draughtsman, CAD supervisor, engineering design services team leader and senior design engineer.


He has witnessed and summarised numerous wise-working practices, which have been shared in his book.


He lives in Nottingham and is married with two sons.

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  • Josh Barry

    As the name suggests, LOTS of good tips for any prospective engineer! Great way to get a quick insight into practices you may learn later on in your career, and so you are familiar with terms. The book covers a broad range of topics from general engineering practice and management to specifics for Computer-Aided Design. Would be a great choice for any engineering student to read before any internship, placement, or grad job.

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