Additive manufacturing (AM) is an attractive way to shorten development time, reduce product weight and allow for manufacturing of more complex products than conventional methods and processes. By using AM, thermal solutions can possibly be integrated in the manufacturing process together with load bearing and radio frequency circuitry. AM yields unknown factors in volume production that needs to be fully understood before entering this field.
A lot of the Additive Manufacturing scenarios of today is based on profound production technology knowledge but with a more volume production approach the way to the final design will most likely be altered. The aim of this Thesis is defining the responsibilites and way of working with the design model and it´s manufacturing data in conjunction with a Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence touch.
- Understanding and identifying the challenges with specific tolerances for Process, machine, material, part, logistics
- How to secure the intellectual property and assure quality with a globally distributed manufacturing and production setup.
- How would a toolless, on demand volume production scenario change the way Ericsson design products?
This project aims at students in Mechanical Engineering/Production Engineering or similar.
Extent: 1-2 students, 30hp each
Location: Ericsson AB, Kista, Stockholm, Sweden
Preferred Starting Date January/Febuary 2020
Keywords: 5G, Mechanical Design, Additive Manufacturing, Tolerance Chains
Your application should include the following documents:
• Your CV
• A short letter explaining the motivation of your interest to apply for this position
• Transcripts of studies
• Any additional certificates (if not academic) regarding relevant experience.
Are you interested?
The application deadline is the 15th of December. The selection process will be ongoing, and we will let you know as soon as we can if you move forward to the next step.
For questions, please contact Recruiter Richard Tjong at email@example.com.
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Primary country and city: Sweden (SE) || || Stockholm || R&D
Req ID: 308204