Autonomous robots are very complex hardware systems. As a mechanical engineer at Marble, you will be responsible for collaborating with electrical and sensing engineering to package the cameras, computers, lasers, and other sensors into the robot. This will include environmental enclosure design, devising creative thermal solutions, robust mechanical assemblies, and developing optical systems. You’ll have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art high performance embedded computing and sensing and solve some of the toughest challenges on our robots covering structures, thermals, and optics.
Marble's team is small and very talented. They move fast and are looking for someone who can take on multiple projects at a time, is able to work cross-functionally, and is comfortable with sensor/electronics packaging and design for extreme environments (heavy dust, corrosion, moisture, low-high temps, shock, vibe, ESD, etc). Marble is currently in the early phases of new product development with a fast timeline. It is important that you have experience with a full product development lifecycle, and have been responsible for a major part/assembly from initial conception through production within the same, or similar industry.
Experience with full product development lifecycle and have been responsible for a major part/assembly from concept to production
Have designed electro-mechanical enclosures for use in extreme environments (mechanical shock, corrosion, high/low temps, heavy dust, water, etc)
Strong knowledge and hands-on experience with optical and non-optical sensors and their performance tradeoffs
Comfortable designing parts for sheet metal, injection molding, and CNC processes
Fluent in at least one mechanical design suite (Solidworks, Catia, NX, etc)
Strong knowledge of materials and their properties
Proficient in the thermal design and analysis of basic conductive / convective cooling systems
Experience collaborating with electrical engineers to create complex and elegant integrations of PCB and their connectors with electro-mechanical assemblies
Bachelors/Masters in Mechanical Engineering or related field
Experience in any of the following: IP rating design and test, thermal design and analysis, electro-optical assemblies, shipped > 100,000 of something
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This job comes with several perks and benefits
Time is precious. Make it count. Morning person or night owl, this job is for you.
Get your caffeine fix to get you started and keep you going.
Easy access and treehugger friendly workplace.
Social gatherings and games; hang out with your colleagues.
Peckish after lunch? We got your back with soft drinks, treats and fruit.
Friday is something special, let's enjoy a beer together.