Provide manufacturing engineering and troubleshooting support for existing machinery and processes. Designs machining processes and programs CNC equipment to produce required quality and production that exceeds customer expectation.
EXPERIENCE OR TRAINING REQUIRED OR PREFERRED
Blueprint reading, use of all department inspection equipment, tool changes, offset changes, boring bars, and indicators. Experience programming parts for 3, 4, and 5 axis machining centers. Strong CAD/CAM background. Recovery process for E-Stop and/or machine crash conditions.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
OSHA approved forklift license
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Advanced CNC Programming for 3, 4 & 5 axis machines. Aluminum experience preferred.
Design fixtures and cutting tools and interface with the production of the tools.
Fanuc and Siemans based controls (Licon, Toyoda, Doosan, Mori Seki)
Analyze mechanical and operational problems on assigned CNC equipment, plan for and take corrective action.
Make necessary corrections and running adjustments to maintain required quality and maximum production.
Measuring product for quality specifications, using inspection gauges and instruments.
Check product for visual defects.
Guiding shift and use leadership skills to train or counsel individuals.
Repair fixtures, hydraulics, drill heads, gears, bearings, bushings and general department maintenance.
Replace all department drills, endmills, taps, boring bars, and facemills.
Such other duties as are assigned from time-to-time.
To act in a leadership role for all aspects of the job.
To lead efforts to consistently and continuously improve productivity, quality and safety.
Program CNC machines for maximum efficiency
Recover and repair crashed machinery, run and check parts for dimensions
Use Company Lock-out/Tag-out procedures.
Improve cycle times by 50%.
Change CNC tooling as necessary in Mills and Lathes.
The Company reserves the right to amend the duties of this position from time-to-time.
NR = Not Required
O = Occasionally
F = Frequently (34% - 66%)
C = Continuously (67% - 100%)
1. List the type of equipment or tools used for this
position and indicate the frequency of use:
6. The weight required to be lifted each normal work day:
Tool / Machine
Up to 10 lbs.
Up to 20 lbs.
Small Hand tools
Up to 35 lbs.
Up to 50 lbs.
Up to 75 lbs.
Up to 100 lbs.
Over 100 lbs.
2. Percentage of time during the normal work day the
employee is required to:
7. Environmental factors of each work day:
Reach above shoulder