Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) milling machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies. Competitive pay and benefits. This position is exclusively for 2nd shift. Hours are 4:15 pm - 2:45 am (4 days/week)
- Maintains specifications by observing milling, drilling, tapping, chamfering operations, taking measurements, detecting errors or discrepancies, troubleshooting operations, making program adjustments at the control, making tool offset adjustments, sharpening or replacing worn tools.
- Document actions by completing production and quality logs
- Maintains continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating job status, details about the current operations in progress, etc.
- Ensure machines are always running at maximum capacity and efficiency
- Working knowledge of G&M codes on Fanuc type controls
- Ability to write, edit, and troubleshoot programs at the machine control
- Familiar with laser tool setting devices and touch probes
- Must be comfortable maintaining tolerances of ± 0.005 mm for squareness, flatness, parallelism, and size etc.
- Must be able to quickly and accurately indicate a vice in straight on machine table, tram head in on milling machines, indicate parts in on a lathe with both 3 and 4 jaw chucks.
- Experience working with high alloy tool and die steels including knowledge of speeds and feeds required for such materials
- Able to use precision shop measuring tools such as micrometers, calipers, sine plate, gage pins, gage blocks, thread gages, dial indicators, etc.
- Basic understanding of trigonometry for the purposes of surface plate work such as measuring angles of parts, measuring roll dimensions, projecting theoretical sharps, etc.
- Must be able to read blueprints and have a basic understanding of GD&T
Job Type: Full-time