Cory Knight

Senior Engineer

Cory was the kind of kid who took apart radios to see how they worked, so it makes perfect sense that, even though he wanted to pitch for the Atlanta Braves, he would wind up in engineering. (He was also the kind of kid who wouldn’t eat his peas but we don’t think that had any bearing on his future profession).

Today, when it comes to USPTO compliant drawings, or designing machines that work, Cory is our resident ninja. Cory is also very gifted at foreseeing and avoiding unusual hazards (although he did dip once, without question, a California roll in wasabi, to the enjoyment of all who witnessed).


Bachelor of Science - 2006

  • The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington TX
  • Majored: Mechanical Engineering

Skills & Strengths:

University of Texas at Arlington, Civil and Environmental Engineering; National Science Foundation (NSF)

Computer Skills

  • Performed tensile and fatigue tests on shape memory alloy (NiTiNOL) using an MTS 810 testing apparatus.
  • Designed tensile samples to be fabricated.
  • Analyzed data, accumulated results, and composed a technical publication.
  • Presented findings to the National Science Foundation
  • Mechanical Desktop
  • Solidworks 2014
  • Pro E
  • AutoCAD
  • CATIA V5
  • ANSYS Workbench
  • RobotStudio
  • Matlab
  • DySim
  • MS Office
  • MS C++