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Location: Clifton Springs, NY
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Recruitment Agency, Staffing, Job Board
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CNC Machinists perform set-up, dimensional inspection, and production operating tasks for a variety of equipment, including live-tool lathes, Swiss lathes, grinders, EDMs, mills, and machining centers.
Responsibilities Candidates must: Be dependable with excellent attendance. Thrive in a fast paced work environment. Demonstrate strong inter-personal skills while working in a team based environment. Have strong communication skills, both oral and written. Be able to work on their feet, lift up to 40 pounds, and work overtime on an as-needed basis. Responsibilities include: Setting up CNC equipment with limited supervision, including prove-outs of new processes and all adjustments required to obtain an approved First Article Inspection Report. Full dimensional inspections, including lengths, diameters, radii, finishes, and all positional and geometric requirements, both for First Article preparation and in process inspection. Running production quantities while maintaining process capability as well as meeting productivity standards. Trouble-shooting and process improvements during both setup and production. Working with teammates to ensure the team meets shared objectives. Performing routine maintenance of equipment. Using software tools to manage tooling inventory, review standards, collect SPC and capture job performance data. Keeping the team's work area clean and free from safety hazards.
Required skills include: Strong blueprint reading and comprehension. Understanding of GD&T per ASME Y14.5 is a significant plus. Skilled in CNC setup and operation functions. Knowledge of programming is a plus. Strong knowledge of production tooling selection and use, including spindle tooling and cutting tools. Expert in common inspection and gaging techniques, including micrometers, bore gages, height gages, indicators, thread gaging, profilometers, and optical comparators. Working knowledge of CMMs, vision systems and other metrology equipment is a plus. Familiarity with SPC data collection and analysis as a tool to maintain process capability. Ability to meet productivity and quality standards while working with a diverse range of components, materials, and equipment. Basic computer and software skills. Strengths in CAD/CAM, SPC, ERP, inventory, or typical office applications is a plus.
Minimum experience: Five years machining experience including familiarity with manual and CNC production equipment. Three years setup and production experience on CNC equipment.
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