Unique Software Development is a Dallas Digital Invention Agency for Mobile/Web Applications, eCommerce, Augmented Reality, Wearables, IoT and 3D. Currently, we’re seeking an Engineering/Robotics Intern who live, eat and breathe tech, to join our team for 2019. These positions are located at our Dallas, TX office and candidates local to the DFW area are highly preferred.
The 3D Printing/Robotics intern will be part of an engineering team developing 3D printers. Their primary function is to develop and optimize and operate the print processes for SLA technology involving new materials, new printers and new post-processing techniques.
PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
Grow and optimize processes for SLA technology involving new materials, new printers and new post-processing.
Accountable for the delivery of the 3D printing engineering deliverables and timing.
Interact with Software Engineers, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, while creating, specifying, optimizing and testing processes with variable parameters using statistical methods. Develop, communicate and document process engineering activities.
Conduct hands-on experiments on 3D printers and develop thorough reports on the research.
Progress towards a B. S. in Electrical Engineering or an appropriate equivalent is required.
Progress towards an M. S. in Electrical Engineering or an appropriate equivalent is desirable.
Experience and/or knowledge about statistics.
Ability to write reports, business correspondence.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from other engineers and technical managers.
Strong analytical skills to work on problems of diverse scope where collection and analysis of data is required.
Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for defining problems and obtaining solutions.
Solid knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Strong communication, interpersonal and leadership abilities.
Solid skills in planning and organization with attention to detail.
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