Jesse Goldberg

Quality Inspection Technician

Relevant Experience:26 years

Education:Precision Machining Technology- Front Range Community College

What is your experience in the field?

  • 7 years in precision manufacturing for Aerospace, Medical, and Defense technologies.
  • GD&T, blueprint drafting, and mechanical design review.
  • CNC production shop optimization and management.
  • Innovative and high efficiency process design.
  • Statistical Process Control based on process performance and tool life.
  • Machine diagnostics and repair.
  • Preventative error training and human error management.
  • CAM programming for 3,4,5, and 7 axis CNC Lathes, VMCs, and HMCs.
  • CNC production process setup for extreme precision and repeatability.
  • Working with materials from aluminum to exotic stainless steels and titanium.

What do you like about working at Tensentric?

My team members are the best. The work is exciting. I love the challenge of new projects and all that they entail. After years of work in the field, I have found that the workplace culture is one of the pillars of an amazing company. That’s Tensentric.

What unique set of skills do you bring to Tensentric?

  • 7 years of prototype and high production CNC setup and CAM programming.
  • 10 years of mechanical assembly, repair, and diagnostic from automotive to industrial machines.
  • Quality inspection, GD&T, electromechanical diagnostics, and mechanical design review/improvement.

What hobbies or non-work activities are you most passionate about?

  • Racing cars and high-speed shifter karts.
  • Tinkering with electro-mechanical projects controlled by IoT microcontrollers.
  • Stand up paddling.

Where are you from and how did you end up in Colorado?

I am from a tiny town called “Haiku” on the north shore of Maui, HI. After high school, my best friend and I decided there was much more to see out there than staying on an island forever and decided to make Colorado our new home.

What do you like about working at a company that designs medical products?

Being able to see the machine’s evolution and be a part of many of the processes that a device makes on its journey from the cradle to the moment of triumph when it is ready to be put to use. One of my favorite things is to fix inefficiencies in the operation and improve mechanical design.