About Bryan Dillion

  • Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree
  • Preferred Sector Design
  • Preferred Work Schedule Full-time Job
  • My Experience 6 Years
  • Last Job Title Digital Engineering And Innovation Engineer
  • Desired Job Title Senior Research And Development Engineer


Accomplished engineer with 6 years of experience in evaluating manufacturing processes for an organization. Proven background in project management, manufacturing, product design, fabrication, tooling, CAE development and robotics. Skilled at developing manufacturing processes, particularly robotic processes and injection molding. Excellent communication, interpersonal and teamworking skills.



  • 2019 - Present
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America

    Research and Development Specialist

    Led the research and development team for digital engineering. - Collaborated with Hypertherm to implement an offline robotic programing system, the implementation of this technology saves 3 weeks of technician lead time per project roughly equating to $15K. - Developed 3D datum schemes in CATIA to increase relative positioning between robots and treatment objects. - Used particle works to develop a FEA tool to determine the characteristics of powder particles during rotational molding. - Collaborated with Kinetic Vision to develop a nickel mold heating CAE to ensure even mold heating during this process. This reduces the number of critical failures saving $120K per nickel mold.

  • 2019 - 2019
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana

    Lead Manufacturing Engineer

    Served as Lead Manufacturing and Process Engineer for a 2020 vehicle launch. - Led installation team to ensure the launch of the 2020 vehicle. - Developed the process conditions for several manufacturing processes (injection molding, urethane molding, rotational molding, robotic processes). - Identified issues in tooling and collaborated with technicians and vendors to implement proper solutions. - Worked with on-site laser welding technologies to bring engineering changes in house saving $150K. - Preformed multiple part quality inspections to ensure design issues were eliminated before customers received vehicles. - Implemented new surface treatment technology (plasma treatment) to reduce greenhouse emissions from our manufacturing line. - Recieved on job training with Yaskawa and Nachi robotic programing. - Received Toyopuc PLC training and implemented this knowledge in machine integration.

  • 2016 - 2019
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America

    Design and procurement engineer

    Led the design and procurement of equipment for a global project. - Designed and procured over $4.2M in molds and equipment. - Determined where tooling anomalies were expected and how to countermeasure them appropriately. - Collaborated internationally with vendors and engineering counterparts in Japan. - Led several trials in Japan to confirm molds and equipment before shipping to North America. - Attended several training seminars for CATIA design software and became the department expert and trainer of the program.


Catia Part Design
Microsoft office
Robotic Programing
Injection molding

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