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Are you a hands-on problem-solver who really wants to add value to our machines?

Our mechanical engineers add value to our products. This is all about building on our users’ experience and optimizing our products’ and devices’ usability and interaction. Media handling systems. High-precision frames. Linear and rotational drive systems. Print heads. Ink fixation units. If any of this sounds like you’re sort of thing, you’ve come to the right place. Check out the video below and become a Mechanical Engineer at Canon Production Printing.

Challenging work with ownership

You have impact! As a mechanical engineer you really add value to our products. You will be working on end-to-end solutions for our high-end machines. This means varied and challenging work like 3D constructing, building prototypes, testing on setups, visiting suppliers, and much more.

International company with a big R&D campus

You are able to work very hands-on. Many facilities such as prototype production, measuring room, sound room, and cleanrooms are in-house and test set-ups are just around the corner.

Open culture and multidisciplinary teams

Knowledge is power. We have an open culture where colleagues work together in multidisciplinary teams and are willing to help each other. We provide an exciting, dynamic work environment with plenty of opportunities for you to develop personally and professionally.

Meet your colleagues

Our international organization has a flat hierarchy, so you’ll be working with lots of other people in an open, creative multidisciplinary environment. That includes our other departments, designers, developers, and architects.

“I have had the opportunity to work on so many different types of units and products that I’ve really changed my job every two years! It’s continuously different, and that’s what I really like about my job.”

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Mechanical Engineer

“I like the flexibility! As a mechanical engineer, you have tasks and assignments to complete, but you’re free to plan your work throughout the week. Also, I’ve really found there’s no end to the learning. You can broaden your knowledge, and do a deep dive into technical issues. Every day holds something that you don’t know.”

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Mechanical Engineer

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