Additive Manufacturing Technician, 2nd Shift

Job Title
Additive Manufacturing Technician, 2nd Shift
Job ID
Durham,  NC 27709
Other Location
Additive Manufacturing Technicians will be primarily responsible for the operation of 3d LBPF metal printers, along with supporting the post-processing and additional production functions.

  • Principal responsibilities for the position include the following. Other duties may be assigned as necessary.
  • Full operation of 3d metal printers. Includes machine unload, setup, operation, maintenance and general upkeep and troubleshooting.
  • Plating, prepping and software support for metal printers. Inclusive of all functions required to start a build on metal printers.
  • Aid in post-processing steps done on common shop equipment (micro-blasting, grinding wheel, deburring tools).
  • Aid in testing of verification samples on hydraulic and electronic test frames. Support R&D engineers during testing of devices for other purposes.
  • Operate from start to finish in-house heat treatment of build plates. Loading, operating, troubleshooting and maintenance of furnace.
  • Follow appropriate safety precautions, including usage of PPE and maintaining lab cleanliness.
  • Visual inspection of manufactured goods as part of quality-controlled process.

  • Some college education is preferred.
  • Preference given to technical training and degree work.
  • restor3d, Inc

  • 1 year of experience in an additive background (SLA, Polymer, Metal, etc)
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work in a regulated industry, including adherence to proper paperwork protocols and good quality practices.
  • Ability to routinely lift 35 lbs during a shift
  • Ability to be standing for 3+ hours during a shift
  • Strong visualization skills
restor3d is an equal opportunity employer

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