Valtronic Welcomes Three New Team Members


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Valtronic welcomes Konstanin Nakovski, mechanical engineer, Cindy Gilmore, HR/accounting assistant and Engineering Co-op Jackson Rothier to the expanding US operations.

Konstantin will be responsible for product concept design and development, detailed mechanical design of medical and industrial devices, 3D CAD modeling (SolidWorks), FEA, production of detail drawings (GD&T) and support for manufacturing transfer processes. 

Previously, Konstantin was employed with Philips Healthcare as a Mechanical Design Engineer where he was responsible for leading the mechanical design of a multi-disciplinary team for the Patient Support used on the Vereos PET/CT Scanner. Prior to Philips, Konstantin was with Blue Sky Innovation group as a product engineer, PMI Industries, Inc. as lead product engineer.

Cindy will be responsible for the administrative support of for human resource and accounting operations.  Previously, Cindy was employed with ITS traffic/trustpoint technologies as an accounting assistant. Lawn Tech as an office manager, and Triskett Road Storage as a site manager.  

Jack is a co-op student who will assist the development and process engineers in the design, testing, and manufacturing transfer of electronic assemblies. Jack attends Case Western Reserve University majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on mechanics and minoring in mechanical engineering and film studies.   

About Valtronic

Valtronic designs, develops and manufactures miniaturized and complex products for medical device partners across the globe.  With facilities in Switzerland, the U.S, and Morocco we offer design and feasibility to industrialization and manufacturing, providing a full range of competences and solutions. 

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