Manufacturing Engineering Co-op


The MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING CO-OP will act as a key player in Rennscot’s OPERATIONS department. The ideal candidate will possess a strong mechanical aptitude and an eagerness to continue their education via hands-on practice.


  • Support CNC machining operations

    • CNC programming of 3, 4, and 5-axis machines​

    • Operation of machines with Haas controllers

    • Operation of machines with Heidenhain controllers

    • Recommend process improvements, aid in machine maintenance

  • Support 3D printing operations

    • Design of basic components to be printed​

    • Operation of Markforged, Prusa, and Creality FDM printers

    • Operation of Formlabs Form 3 SLA printer

  • Support post processing activities

    • Operation of laser cutter/engraver (part marking, foam cutting, etc.)​

    • Operation of vapor honing cabinet

    • Traditional deburring (hand files, sanding, etc.)

  • Manufacturing process planning

    • Creation of technical run descriptions for production parts​

    • Creation of inspection plans and supporting 2D drawings

    • Design of fixturing (soft jaws, pallets, etc.)

    • Tooling selection

  • Consistently improve one's own knowledge and skills

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in manufacturing, mechanical, or similar accredited, four-year program

  • Proficiency in a 3D CAD system

  • Familiarity with various manufacturing processes with an emphasis on machining

  • Strong mechanical aptitude

Bonus Skills & Qualifications

  • Experience working with Fusion 360 and/or Inventor

  • Experience working with SolidWorks

  • Experience working with Haas CNC controllers

  • Experience working with Heidenhain CNC controllers

  • Experience working in automotive environment

  • Passion for the performance automotive industry

  • Experience working within aerospace, automotive, or medical device industries

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