Regal Rexnord Corporation

About Regal Rexnord Corporation

Regal Rexnord Corporation (RRX) is approximately a $5B publicly traded global manufacturer of electric motors and controls, electrical components and power transmission products serving customers around the world in the general industrial, consumer, commercial construction, food & beverage, and alternative energy end markets, among others. Regal Rexnord sells its products and solutions to OEMs, through distributors, and directly to end-users. The company has approximately 29,000 global associates with significant operations in the US, Mexico, Europe, China, and India. Regal Rexnord Corporation is the result of a merger between Regal Beloit Corporation and Rexnord’s PMC business which was completed in 2021. The headquarters for Regal Rexnord is located in Beloit, WI with an executive satellite office in Rosemont, IL.


Engineering CO-OP

May 2022 - December 2022 Tipp City, OH
“I was able to work on a bunch of projects during my time with Regal Rexnord. My boss gave me projects that challenged me in many different areas. I really like how much I felt valued here. The projects I had were important to the company and the mechanical engineering team. I had the opportunity to be one of the first people at the company to run a harmonic analysis on one of our motors. That project was a ton of fun because I was able to do it on my own without having anyone that knew exactly what to do. Overall, the environment, people, and projects I had were all great and created a great experience for me. ”

Engineering Co-op

January 2022 - May 2022 Tipp City, OH
“What I liked about this experience is the amount of information I was able to learn in a few months. I was able to work as a design engineer to create and modify parts for electric motors and fans. This opportunity allowed me to acquire technical skills that are important in the field of engineering. These skills include improvement in Solidworks, FEA & CFD Analysis using Ansys software, dimensioning & tolerances, understanding BOMs, and using PDM tools. I was also able to get hands-on experience in the laboratory using wind tunnels and dynamometers on the 3D printed prototypes I would make and I was able to do data analysis based on the results of the tests. All of my coworkers were very supportive and I asked as many questions as I could. ”
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