Qualification: Formal education and/or training must be able to set-up and precisely operate CNC lathes and mills.
Training or experience programming, setting up and operation, CNC Routers, and/or CNC Water Jet machinery is preferred.
Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating numerical control (CNC) machine: maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.
Analyzes blueprints, written specifications, drawings, and sketches to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished parts and tooling. Plan and layout setup operations, and determine sequence of operations.
Set up and operate all machine tools in the factory. Confers with supervisor, CNC programmers, or Team Lead, to resolve machining problems.
Performs in-process probing operations and final acceptance probing operations, both manual and programmed.
Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed and depth of cut to optimize production.
Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, adjusts machine controls or tool offsets as required.
Collect and report process data such as setup and run time, dimensional plotting and tracking; input recordings into statistical process control charts, recognizing and reporting trends and process variations.
Loads programs into machine tool controls from computer and access CNC programs from CNC program storage server.
Verifies conformance of finished parts to blueprint and Work Order Instructions.
Consults with engineers and other team members regarding product design, equipment capability, capacity and purpose, types of material to be used to fabricate product and required tooling.
Assists in establishing work procedures for machined parts.
Participation and contribution in Continuous Improvement processes.
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- Min. Qualification SMA/SMK
- Min Experience Less than 1 year experience/Fresh Grad