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Internship

Opto-Mechanical Systems Engineer Intern - Summer 2024

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Carbon

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1mo ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Redwood City

AI generated summary

  • You should have knowledge of optics, mechanical principles, and hands-on skills. Familiarity with Zemax is preferred. Collaboration and onsite presence are key.
  • You will write Python code, test software applications, use optical design software, integrate measurement system hardware, validate results, and integrate into printer calibration software.

Summer Internship

Engineering•Redwood City

Description

  • The successful candidate will develop, implement, and validate a new automated calibration process & functional system for an optical sensor used in Carbon 3D printers calibration process.
  • This work will require experience in Python coding as main prerequisite and basic hands on/engineering skills.

Requirements

  • Applied Optics, or Opto-Mechanics, or other optics coursework.
  • Ideally a familiarity with Zemax or other optical design software.
  • Understanding of basic mechanical principles and hands on engineering skills
  • Other...
  • Work directly with Optics and Systems engineering teams
  • Work cross functionally with other stakeholders and users
  • 60% onsite presence required on average

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Write Python code that will run motorized positioning equipment, sensors, and light sources, collect and process the data from the sensors and export the result
  • Write unit tests and conduct thorough testing of software applications to ensure reliability and stability
  • Use optical design software to extract relevant input parameters
  • Perform integration of the measurement system software and hardware
  • Perform full validation of the system and demonstrate achieved results
  • Work on integration into Carbons printer calibration software

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Redwood City