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Software / Electrical Engineer - Internship

Internship in Delft, the Netherlands
Posted

Degree level

Bachelor

Job function

Engineering

Required language

Dutch (Fluent)

Work experience

0 to 1 years

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DESCRIPTION

The first workflow that makes 3D Printed Handbraces a reality. We are fascinated by technology and the way we can positively impact the world. Orthotics have great impact on people – but there hasn’t been a lot of innovation in this field since WWII.

We were wondering why 3D Printed Handbraces were always concepts, and why we never saw people actually wearing them. We are making big steps in our development right now. Instant hand scanning, fast automation software and a brand-new handbrace. Developed with medical professionals, designers and engineers.

We are looking for a passionate and skilled Electrical Engineer, with creativity and who likes to get his/her hands dirty. We work with a skilled team of people: 3D, Orthopedic Specialists, Electrical & Software Engineering in the high-tech incubator Yes!Delft.

About your role

You will be working at an exciting intersection of hardware, software and medical technology. Our ManoX is more than a Scanner - it's a platform for various 3D innovations for healthcare. You need to be creative, able to think quickly and strive for simplicity. We have the opportunity to revolutionize several parts of current healthcare.

REQUIREMENTS

Preferably:

  • Interesting portfolio of (electronics) projects, inside & outside school
  • You love to work with micro-controllers (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc.)
  • Creative, Curious, Persistent, Pro-Active, Teamplayer.
  • Coding experience (preferably Python/C+)
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Braces have a huge impact on the lives of people. It can create great support and confidence - making sure people can do their work and hobbies again.
Unfortunately, current braces are uncomfortable, expensive and unattractive, resulting in a very low compliance.
Our 3D workflow is a huge leap forward, with a self-developed 3D Scanner, automation software and 3D Printed Designs for the braces. We are changing the industry for the better - and you can be a significant part of that.

Engineering
Delft
Active in 1 countries
11 employees
70% men - 30% women
Average age is 28 years

What employees are saying

Oyono de Armada

Mechanical Engineering Intern

Oyono de Armada

An awesome experience to work with this team to develop sophisticated and beautiful products. I didn't expect that I would have such a significant impact. A great opportunity to grow in various fields as an engineer!