Robert Moon

Robert Moon

Product Engineer at CafeX

Name:Robert Moon
Phone:(408) 832-0349

    Seeking a position where I can utilize and further my skills, particularly in troubleshooting. I have worn many hats, including training, rapid prototyping, customer service, technical support, and machine maintenance/repair.


September 2017 - Current


Product Engineer

I help design, build, and test coffee robot prototypes. This company builds robotic coffee making kiosks.

September 2016 - August 2017



My role here is building and servicing prototype systems for automation, mainly in the food and beverage industry. Working with Fanuc, Allen-Bradley and Mitsubishi Systems. 

March 2015 - September 2016

TechShop, Inc.

Dream Consultant

My role here is to interact with the members and help them with their projects. As well as Preform active and preventative maintenance on the equipment ranging from 3D printers to laser cutters and waterjets. Trouble-shooting skills are best used here from helping members to fixing equipment.

August 2014 - March 2015

Chuck E. Cheese

Technical Manager

This was a position where I used my technical skills to preform preventative and active maintenance on everything from the building to the kitchen equipment. 

January 2014 - July 2014

Skylite Communications

Physical layer IT and Server support

My main role here was to run local tech support, as well as support for the TV streaming service. I also sold networking cables and did warehouse duties. 

July 2013 - December 2013

Bentek Solar

Cable Technician / Receiving

My main role here was to do cable assembly, and assembly of solar systems. I also worked in the warehouse and did receiving. 

January 2013 - June 2013

Control Analytics

Panel Assembler

My role here was to build panels and systems to specifications provided by the customer. I also did inspections of the systems and testing of some of the analyzers. 

2009 - 2016

F.I.R.S.T. Robotics

Team 3511 mentor

I am a current FIRST robotics team mentor and Alumni. My role is to help the students though the competition, helping them work though troubleshooting and training on the equipment.  


September 2009 - June 2012

Central Westmoreland CTC


This is the study of Electronics and robotics rolled together with mechanical engineering design challenges. A good portion of this class was dedicated to the F.I.R.S.T. robotics competition, where I was teams leader. 

Navy Trailer Project

Navy Trailer Project

This was a special project that I was put on, while with TechShop. The Navy ordered 3 mobile fab-lab trailers. These trailers are 32 feet long and contain a fully functioning mobile maker space. My - Read More

A simple Tablet holder

A simple Tablet holder

Soon after getting my Dodge Caliber I ran into a few problems I Wished to solve No dedicated USB power No good placed to put a phone/gps, without taking your eyes off the road - Read More

Interactive Triangle Triforce lightbox

Interactive Triangle Triforce lightbox

This was a small project to design a small interactive light box, that could demonstrate how simple electronics work. I wanted to show that while micro controllers are great you do not need them in - Read More

Random Creations in spare time

Random Creations in spare time

This section is for one-off parts, as well as new experiments. When I find out about a new process, or think of something I want to try, I make it then see if i can use that process to do something - Read More

On January 14th 2017 I bought a 1982 VW Vanagon off a friend I met at Techshop. It “runs” by that I mean after a long cranking time the twin lawnmower engine fires to life in a cloud of fu - Read Post

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