Design and build assembly fixturing, mounting/housing system, and tools for aligning and packaging optical component.
Design and ownership of optomechanical mechanisms, including design, build and system testing and tuning.
Perform thermal, structural, and mechanical integrity modeling and analysis to predict the stability of optoelectrical assemblies and optimize the system performance.
Collaborating with Electrical Engineers and optical engineers to design and integrate subsystem.
Designing prototype products for internal use.
Develop a high-volume assembly process that enables required alignment tolerances.
Finding and building relationships with specialists’ vendors and work closely with them.
Generate thorough design documentation, including design review slides, analysis reports, fabrication & assembly drawings, assembly materials, and process, and test procedures, etc.
Push state of the art technologies and approaches to solving complex mechanical problems.
Be able to brainstorm new architectures and push the state-of-the-art technologies and approaches to solve complex optomechanical problems.
Bachelor’s, master’s or Ph.D.’s degree in mechanical engineering with 10+ years of experience.
Experience with optical component packaging and testing.
Experience with CAD design tools for parts, assemblies, drawing generation, and configuration management.
Experience designing, building, and testing prototypes.
Experience in system integration and electromechanical systems.
Experience with precision mechanism design.
Good communication and writing skills.
Understanding of optics fundamentals.
Experience in analysis tools, i.e. ANSYS, NASTRAN, Adams, MATLAB.
Experience with control systems, LABVIEW or MATLAB.
Experience with environmental and reliability testing (shock & vibration, thermal cycling, vacuum systems, etc.)
Experience in design for manufacturability and low-cost packaging process.
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