Operate 3D Printers, i.e. Stereolithography, Carbon DLS, Polyjet, DMLM, etc., and develop skills in the use of the 3D Printing technologies for medical product applications.
Actively involved in the post processing of 3D printed components; develop skills in building on post processing skills.
Analyze and process machine accuracy data, logs, and style codes to continuously improve accuracy, resolution, and turnaround time.
Provide engineering support and process flow development for utilizing 3D Printing technology throughout Client.
Direct Interaction with product development engineers/teams to examine options and develop plans to leverage 3D printing tools to optimize the machines performance and the parts they produce.
Actively research and implement new technologies and best practices within 3D printing and post processing.
Scheduling and coordination of 3D Printing machines, communicating with Manager, Team, and Internal BDX customers.
Maintain state-of-the-art 3D printing and post processing competencies through training courses, seminars, and industry conferences.
Perform routine preventative maintenance of the 3D printing machines.
Under guidance and direction, utilize additional engineering tools (Pro Engineer, Solidworks, moldflow, general scripting, etc.), in conjunction with 3D Printing technologies to develop optimal prototyping solutions to reduce time to market.
Participate and contribute to the activities of the broader CAE group by performing analyses to optimize part quality and manufacturability for project teams.
Minimum of a B.S. in Engineering, or A.S. in Engineering with 2+ years industrial experience.
3D Printing industry experience preferred.
Knowledge in using three-dimensional CAD solid modeling software packages, preferably SolidWorks or Pro/E.
Proven ability to work successfully in team and individual situations.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Industry experience preferred, Medical industry experience is a bonus.