Mold Flow Analysis and Steering Column Control Mechanical Product Eng.

Mold Flow Analysis and Steering Column Control Mechanical Product Engineer
Location: Plymouth, MI
Domain: Engineering

Candidates must have Green card or US Citizens ONLY

Job Description

Experienced Mechanical Product Engineer is required having responsibility for Designing product to meet customer structural, packaging and performance requirements.
Developing DFMEA and coordinating computational analysis of components, coordinating prototype builds and validation process and design validation testing.
Interact with product engineering staff to propose, evaluate and recommend necessary design changes or other solutions to improve quality or reduce costs.
Designing and developing test set-ups for the testing and evaluation of HMI features (buttons, rotaries, displays, etc.) and Designing product to meet customer structural, packaging and performance requirements
Drawing conclusions from analyses performed and writing formal reports, preparing and presenting analyses performed and Performing failure analyses and problem resolutions related to HMI feature concerns
Creating finite element models translated from CAD models through UG NX or from 2D drawings
Required Skills

BSME or MSME is required
CAD Experience with Unigraphic or similar
Switch perceived quality regarding haptics, force travel and noise management
Six Sigma Black Belt/ Green Belt certification preferred.
Familiarity and experience with FEA preferred.
Know about A-Surfaces technology and its process
Having Experience in GD&T, Mold-flow analysis , FEA , Stack up tolerance , Mech. FMEA, Mech. B.O.M
Minimum 4+ years experience with HMI product design or similar product, including plastics, cosmetics, backlighting.
Strong know how of 2D/3D dwg. Creation
Display development and integration (TFTs, mounting, movement, backlighting, etc.) is a plus.

Skills Required:
Body Control Systems, Steering Column Control, Integrated Electronics Control, Mechanical Component Design, 2D and 3D Skils, Unigraphics CAD, Mold Flow Analysis, FEA, GD&T, Switching Tech, Push button Switch, Switch Plunger, Mech. FMEA, Mech. B.O.M, Stack up tolerance, A-Surfaces technology

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