Manufacturing Technician

San Carlos, CA, United States Posted 5 days ago

At Dishcraft Robotics, our mission is to create better workplaces for humans. We are a venture-backed Bay Area start-up combining robotics, computer vision, machine learning, and innovative mechanical design to create the kitchen of the future. Come join our talented team as we create advanced machines for the food industry.

First and foremost, at Dishcraft, we value people, intellectual curiosity, and transparent communication. We are looking for a highly-motivated manufacturing technician to bring our robots to life. The ideal candidate will be self-directed, able to work with minimal documentation, have keen attention to detail, and be a clear communicator. Although this technician job is primarily mechanical, due to the nature of robotics, experience with electrical assembly and debugging is beneficial. Past experience partnering closely with engineers is key as this individual will engage with manufacturing and design engineers across the company.

About the Role:

Work closely with engineers in a manufacturing environment to perform assembly tasks in accordance with documented manufacturing processes and procedures. Items include electro-mechanical prototypes, production assemblies, and manufacturing test fixtures

Follow, modify, and create manufacturing/assembly process instructions

Problem solve new designs and manufacturing procedures. Work with design and manufacturing engineers to propose and implement changes

Perform verification and in-process testing of electro-mechanical assemblies according to established protocols

Perform functions associated with all manufacturing operations, including set-up and calibration tasks, rework and quality testing related to the production sub-assemblies and final assemblies

About You:

Associate’s degree in engineering degree or equivalent work experience

5+ years of technician work with mechanical assemblies in the robotics, mechatronics, or medical field

Good familiarity with shop tools such as hand tools and power tools including drill presses, chop saws, and torque wrenches

Excellent problem-solving and organizational skills

Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with engineers

Ability to work to production schedules with minimal supervision

Able to use a computer to run test programs and record data, given instruction

Ability to run laser cutters, 3D printers, or milling machines is a plus

Ability to conduct electrical assembly, such as cable harnesses construction, wire cutting, stripping, crimping and soldering is a plus


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