Check out this exciting opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and electrical engineering at Digital Alloys, Inc. Digital Alloys is a metal 3D printing startup developing a new technology called Joule Printing. It is a company of only 25 employees which means each person has a direct impact on company success.
We are looking for interns to work on all things mechanical and/or electrical on the machine we are developing. The role includes but is not limited to generating system requirements, mechanical design & analysis, making and releasing drawings, working with suppliers to fabricate parts, and assembling and testing in house. We are looking for anyone with a passion for innovation and a willingness to learn on the job.
For more information on the company and technology, check out our website and LinkedIn pages below. Our VP of Business runs a blog which outlines the 3D printing industry landscape, comparing the various technologies and where ours fits into the market.
Digital Alloys Website: https://www.digitalalloys.com/
Digital Alloys LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/digitalalloys/
Digital Alloys Blog Series: https://www.digitalalloys.com/blog/
Please reach out to Devinne Cullinane, Cornell University BSME ’18, M. Eng. ’18, at email@example.com with your resume and a note on your background.