- Mechanical Engineering
- Communication Skills
- Product Development
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Our 3,000+ worldwide team members prove our commitment to you every day by developing breakthrough technologies for the manufacturing of signage, packaging, textiles, ceramic tiles, and personalized documents, with a wide range of printers, inks, digital front ends, and a comprehensive business and production workflow suite that transforms and streamlines the entire production process, increasing your competitiveness and boosting productivity.
EFI is looking for a Mechanical Sustaining Engineer to join our Inkjet Business Unit in the Londonderry New Hampshire office.
At EFI the Mechanical Sustaining Engineer will work closely with Engineering, Service, Manufacturing, and Quality to coordinate product platform enhancements, implement cost reduction programs, drive corrective action in response to field issues, respond to regulatory requirements, resolve manufacturing obsolescence and manufacturing quality issues on existing printers. Strong focus for the first 12-month duration on value engineering/ product cost reduction projects. Other responsibility details are:
Provide technical input/support for complex electromechanical systems on existing and legacy printers.
Troubleshoot customer application problems if they are design related.
Debug, design, verify and implement engineering changes for existing and legacy printers.
Design experiments and perform testing to collect verification data for proposed design changes.
Identify opportunities to improve product quality and product productivity.
Update parts, drawings and assemblies using CAD as required.
Perform tolerance stack-up analysis and other light design analysis as required to prove out designs and changes.
Ensure component reliability based on technical evaluation of vendor's designs and manufacturing processes.
Occasional travel to customers and suppliers is required.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Minimum of an Associates Degree in mechanical engineering or manufacturing engineering.
5+ years’ design experience in product development and/or manufacturing environment in a capital equipment industry.
Ability to create engineering drawings, and other technical information required to perform the assigned task.
Experienced in writing, verifying, and processing Engineering Change Orders (ECO’s).
Working understanding of designing for multiple manufacturing processes (machining, sheet metal, welding, casting, thermo forming, injection molding, etc.).
Practical working experience with Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) and tolerance stack analysis.
Practical working experience with external suppliers to develop and test components, modules or sub-systems.
Practical working experience with Test Engineering to develop new components. Establishes test and functionality requirements, either at supplier or in our test lab, as well as reliability targets and test plans to validate them.
Ability to respond rapidly and flexibly to emerging issues in production, quality, engineering, and supply chain.
Strong communication and team work skills including: written, verbal, interpersonal and presentation skills.
Proficient in MS Office and MS Project/ MS Scheduler (or equivalent).
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