Mechanical Engineering Intern is intended to provide junior engineering support for new tool development projects. Duties will include 3D printing of solid models, creating final drawings, assisting with testing, and other tasks as required to aid project engineers in accelerating their work
1. Under engineering direction develops plans, preliminary concepts and full designs for portions of TDW tools. Presents design approach to management and engineering staff.
2. Evaluates requirements provided, and develops and tests designs to ensure that they meet all requirements. Develop piece part and assembly documentation required to fabricate components.
3. Perform engineering evaluations such as Tolerance analysis and Finite Element Modeling to determine the acceptable performance of various piece parts.
4. Conducts component and product integrity tests, to prove out design concepts, and product reliability tests, documenting the results clearly.
5. Utilizes acquired knowledge regarding products/projects, design standards and procedures, manufacturing techniques, etc., in order to provide solid designs for ILI tools.
6. Prepares all necessary documentation, including assembly drawings to be used in the proto build cycle prior to launching tools for the first time. Clear Bill of Materials are created to help the remaining organization to perform their respective jobs.
7. Provides documentation needed to assist in design reviews and concept evaluations.
8. Provide status updates and projected completion Estimates.
9. Works closely with engineers and suppliers to determine the most effective means to produce piece parts and tools and assemblies.
1. At least 3 years toward a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
2. Familiarity with machining methods and other manufacturing techniques.
3. Extensive experience applying mechanical engineering principles, practices and formal review procedures.
4. Good communication skills both written and verbal.
5. Working knowledge of Solid Works CAD modeling, assembly manipulation, and FEM modeling skills are required.
6. Working knowledge and application of ANSI dimensioning and geometric tolerance.
7. Experience with Bill of Materials and change control, and documenting design iterations, and concepts