The CNC Machinist position is responsible for reviewing specifications, lay out metal stock, set up and operate CNC and manual machine tools.
- Plans machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials, specifications, orthographic drawings, reference planes, locations of surfaces, and machining parameters; interpreting geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T).
- Programs mills and lathes by entering instructions, including zero and reference points; setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and conditional switches; calculating requirements, including basic math, geometry, and trigonometry; proving part programs.
- Sets-up CNC mills and lathes in common practice.
- Loads feed mechanism by lifting stock into position.
- Verifies settings by measuring positions, first-run part, and sample workpieces; adhering to international standards.
- Maintains specifications by observing drilling, grooving, and cutting, including turning, facing, knurling and thread chasing operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; troubleshooting processes; adjusting and reprogramming controls; sharpening and replacing worn tools; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes.
- Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
- Documents actions by completing production and quality logs.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications.
- Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests.
- Detail Oriented.
- Excellent teamwork skills.
- Understanding of machine parameters such as speed and feeds of common metals.
- Problem Solving/Analysis.
- Results Driven.
- Technically self-sufficient in common machine practices.
- Time Management.
- Technical Capacity in at machine programming and machine shop processes.
- Learning Orientation.
- Machinist measuring hand tool proficiency.