Friction Stir Welding Engineer

Website Solvus Global

Friction Stir Welding Engineer Job Highlights

Title Friction Stir Welding Engineer
Type Full Time
Experience 5 Years
Function Engineering/Information Technology
Location Leominster, MA, United States
Company Solvus Global

Company Profile

Solvus Global is a technology innovation start-up that focuses on solving problems in the materials and manufacturing space. The company has a diverse team of engineers and scientists dedicated to leveraging our Knowledge Capital to develop critical solutions for our customers.

Job Profile

The company is a Friction Stir Welding Engineer who will work with team members from many fields (mechanical, controls, software, etc.) to define the problem space, propose a solution, design the architecture, manage projects, and co-develop the final product.

Educational Qualification

  • The prospective applicants should have completed a Degree in Mechanical, Materials or Welding Engineering from a school, college or university.

Work Experience

  • The candidates should have a minimum of 5 years of experience in Friction Stir Welding
  • CAD/CAM experience including an understanding of g-code
  • Experience designing fixtures and building parts
  • Experience in additive manufacturing with friction stir is preferable
  • Experience operating Friction Stir Welding equipment


  • Building large parts for customers
  • Designing fixturing
  • Developing Friction Stir Welding parameters
  • Driving the business case for friction stir additive manufacturing
  • Selecting ideal materials


  • Ability to take and give direction well
  • Desire to develop new skills on the job
  • Desire to work in a team-based environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong desire to understand both technology and business aspects

Employer’s Statement

Solvus Global is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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