Automated Test Stands for Production

During his internship at Fetch Robotics, Camilo Buscaron built an automated test stand for testing production circuit boards. His efforts ensure that each robot meets a high production standard before it is released into the world. His work also helps expedite our manufacturing capabilities by keeping this testing in-house.

Given that quality control is very important at Fetch Robotics, Camilo was offered a position as a Robotics Engineer and is now a full time “Fetcher”. Since he has come onboard full time, his responsibilities have expanded to fulfilling the goals of our electrical engineering department not only in manufacturing and production but new technology development as well.

Camilo has joined the Fetch team in advancing robotics with new hardware development and compelling software solutions for our customers. Camilo entered Fetch Robotics with the first batch of interns and has made a tremendous impact. We look forward to his contributions moving forward!

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