AAS Mechanical Technology

Years of


Daniel C. Estabrook is a professional with a proven track record of success in prototype development, product design and testing, project management, and customer interaction and support. His design accomplishments include drone airframe and support equipment, night-vision goggles, laser rangefinders, and satellite frames and structures. He is a testing professional and a project engineer for product integration and training.



  • Elbit Systems of America (Night Vision), Roanoke, VA (2020-23, 2015-16, 2011-12), Mechanical design contract work
  • Triumph Gear Systems, Park City, UT (2019-20), Project engineer and test engineer contract work
  • Raytheon, Tucson, AZ (2018-19) Mechanical design lead contract work
  • DRS Technologies, Melbourne, FL (2-017-18), Mechanical design contract work
  • Kord Technologies, Huntsville, AL (2016-17), Mechanical design contract work
  • L3/Harris Corp. (Geospatial Division), Fort Wayne, IN (2013-15), Mechanical design contract work
  • Smith-Schlumberger (Completions Group), Houston, TX (2012-13), Project manager, and test engineer contract work
  • L3/Harris ALST and CyTerra, Orlando, FL (2009-11, 2005-07), Project engineer direct and contract work
  • Cummins/PACCAR, Seattle, WA (2008-08), Project and application support engineer contract work
  • Various contract positions, notably including AMP Inc. and Texas Instruments, designing  product and supporting tooling and machines for these companies’ products (1980-2005)



  • Product development and testing engineering
  • Application/integration engineering
  • Project management
  • Technical writing
  • Six Sigma Green Belt with Lean DFSS



  • A.S in Business Administration (Operations, MIS), Indiana Tech, Fort Wayne IN
  • A.A.S. in Mechanical Technology, Mt. Joy Vo-Tech, Mt. Joy, PA
  • Technical Writing Certification, Calhoun Community College, Decatur, AL.