Industrial large scale fiber reinforced CFAM printing
Royal3D is an integrator offering fabrication and consultancy solutions
Royal3D has the following vacancies:
The Plastics 3D printing engineer is responsible for producing fibre reinforced 3D printed parts based on the design and specifications as set by the client in cooperation with the design and engineering department. You understand about the design and production processes of thermoplastics and communicate about system requirements to the CAD/CAM modeler. As printing engineer you address technical concerns with regards to the day to day 3D printer maintenance e.g. cleaning and small repair of the printer. Also you come up with ideas and suggestions to improve the printing and maintenance process.
Royal3D is looking for an industrial designer with a MA degree and specialization in emerging technology design and thermoplastics. You have 1-3 years working experience in a manufacturing/production environment, preferably in emerging production techniques like 3D printing. You are fluent in English, both written and oral and you like working in a multidisciplinary team using the SCRUM working method.
We are looking for a CAD/CAM modeler able to prepare 3D CAD and CAM files for 3D printing and in accordance with specifications from the design team and/or client. You have excellent 2D and 3D modelling skills in software programs like SolidWorks and AutoCAD. And you have knowledge about creating print files for 3D printers.
Royal3D is looking for someone with a mid-level or BA degree in technical drawing and an interest in emerging technology design. You will work in a multidisciplinary team using a SCRUM working method and you are fluent in English, both written and oral.
The materials engineering plastics (3D printing) will conduct research on thermoplastic materials for various 3D printable form parts taking into account the specific shape and final utilization of the parts. This research includes various aspects such as material strength, deformation, wear, thermal characteristics, welding procedures, etc. Aim is to gain in depth knowledge of suitable materials for 3D printing of parts to be used foremost in the maritime industry.
Royal3D is looking for a polymer chemist or equivalent with a MA degree and 1-3 years of working experience in emerging production techniques like 3D printing. You are fluent in English, both written and oral and you like working in a multidisciplinary team using the SCRUM working method.
Royal3D offers an internship for a 3D printing operator. The printer operator will work in close cooperation and under supervision of the 3D Plastics engineer. You will assist with producing fibre reinforced 3D printed parts based on the design and specifications as set by the client in cooperation with the design and engineering department. You will assist with technical concerns regarding the day to day running and maintenance of the printer. Also you will analyse the production process and identify improvements if possible.
Royal3D is looking for a student with a ‘mbo’ study in technical industrial (product) design or equivalent. You have good English communication skills both written and verbal.