At TT Electronics, you will meet dedicated people who believe that advanced electronics is the key to a brighter, smarter future. Whether it’s advanced flight controls, smart surgical tools, intelligent vehicle charging or seamless automation everywhere, advancements like this come from the minds of passionate, creative people – working to a common goal, watching out for each other, and caring about making a difference in the lives of people all over the world.
Our passion? Simplifying the development of complex electronics… it’s the reason we exist as an organisation. Our way of life? Fostering a culture that values individuals as well as community and teamwork.
Join us – and work with a team that believes success is measured by more than the bottom line, where you’ll find opportunities to achieve your goals, contribute to the lives of others, and build a brighter, smarter future, together.
TT Electronics’ Loveland, Colorado facility, is located near north of Denver and just an hour from the airport. The area is home to a number of large corporations and well respected universities. The equipment in Colorado can wind both copper and aluminium, and can handle wire as small as 40 AWG and up to three million circular mils of foil. We have produced single phase transformers and inductors ranging from 50VA to 50KW and three phase transformers from 50VA to 100KVA. And we can produce line reactors of four megawatts and more. It is a high mix, low-to-mid volume facility, which means we have the ability to quickly convert lines to handle different, sometimes complex orders. Here in Colorado we work hard and play hard, and we’re well located to be able to take advantage of all Colorado has to offer year round.
Performs set-ups and winds coils for transformers, chokes and inductors using heavy copper foil and wire while maintaining tight tolerances using detailed processes as guide to determine number of turns and size of wire under minimal supervision. Provides mechanical assembly in addition to coring and stacking. This position focuses primarily on winding larger coils.