Robotics Mechanical Engineer (R00078282_Detroit)
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A Robotics Mechanical Engineer who helps industrial companies use automation to make things quicker, cheaper, and more useful. You design and integrate robotics solutions, assembling robots and sub-systems for industrial users.
Assemble robots and various components
Familiar with robot types: cobots, autonomous mobile robots, industrial robots
Familiar with component types: cameras and vision systems, grippers, lasers
Translate user needs to technical requirements
Integrate robotics equipment and ancillary systems to create a solution based on requirements and needs, e.g., conveyors or forklifts
Ability to mechanically design robotics solutions for an industrial environment
Be able to customize the hardware and prototype equipment
Design and engineer new customization components of robotic solutions
Develop mechanical drawings of robotic solutions and modifications to the facility
Basic programming and testing of robots of various brands
Ensure the safety of the robotic solution
Understanding and exposure to robot mechanical performance
Advanced knowledge of robotics in material handling and motion control
Proficiency in robotic arm calibration, end of arm tooling customization, and
Familiarity with other advanced manufacturing technologies
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Here’s what you need:
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Industrial Engineering
Minimum 2 years of robotics experience
Ability to travel 50% as needed to industrial sites across North America
Bonus Points if:
Experience implementing a robotics project, worked as a robot integrator or performance services from a robot OEM
Robotics experience in a manufacturing or logistics industrial environment
Manufacturing or Warehouse
Prototyping and Engineering
Experience in industries or domains: Automotive Industry, Logistics and Transportation, Manufacturing and Industrial Automation, Resources, Energy, Oil and Gas, Consumer Goods & Services, High Tech, or Retail
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