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Die Maker / Assembler / Computer Operator - WI #4313
Die Maker / Assembler / Computer Operator - WI #4313
Location Madison WI
Computer Operator/Die Assembler
Company is looking for an unique candidate that has experience using Adobe Illustrator, Cimex CAD Design software and is experienced at die making.
- Produces and repairs cutting dies in accordance with company policy and procedures.
- Reads and follows blueprints, shop orders or other instructions in order to repair and build die cutting dies.
- Evaluates and creates files and plotter samples.
- Review jobs to determine the level of design and prep work that will be required using Adobe Illustrator and Cimex CAD design software.
- Measures parts accurately using scales, micrometers and calipers.
- Perform rule bending techniques.
- Uses table saw, band saw and hand power tools in creating cutting dies
- Orders cutting die supplies and tools using PSI purchasing system.
- Read and interpret job tickets, packing requests and other instructions.
- Effectively communicate with other functional areas and departmental leaders.
- Ensure safe work environment and abide by all safety policies and procedures.
- HS Diploma required. Associates degree in related field preferred.
- Minimum 2 years full-time die making/assembly experience.
- Strong Adobe Illustrator and Cimex CAD skillset.
- Thorough knowledge of finishing or printing industry
- Qualified candidate will possess strong a mechanical aptitude.
- Self- motivated with strengths in time management, organization and attention to detail.
- Ability to prioritize and perform tasks efficiently
- Requires ability to perform basic math functions
- Experience using rule bending equipment
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills
- Must be a team play: We value teamwork, a positive attitude and the willingness to do what is needed for our customer.
- Must have knowledge and ability to use hand tools and machine tools such as drill press, table saw, rule bender, band saw, cut-off saw and grinder.
This is a Spit shift position, scheduled hours 11:00am-7:00pm, M-F with overtime availability. Training will be conducted on First Shift, 8:00am-4:00pm for up to 12 weeks.
Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:
1.HS Diploma required. Associates degree in related field preferred.
2.2+ years of full-time die making/assembly experience.
3.Strong Adobe Illustrator and Cimex CAD experience.
4.Thorough knowledge of finishing or printing industry.
Tool & Die Maker Journeyman
Plan and construct a wide variety of tools, dies, fixtures and gauges to very close tolerances, or construct more complex units where design is available.
Perform development work, layout and difficult tool room machine operations, fitting, timing and adjusting, e.g. combination dies for parts or irregular contour, box type drill jigs with difficult locating or nesting features, ordinary index milling fixtures.
Dismantles and repairs or replaces parts of damaged dies and fixtures, fits and assembles parts, and tests repaired dies for proper operation.
Operates cranes safely to remove and/or relocate dies to specific work stations/equipment.
Establishes and maintains an effective preventative maintenance program. Ensures all tools are properly fit for use.
Prepares sketches for machining of tool details.
Performs basic layout inspections of both tooling and manufactured components in press.
Must have all tools common to trade practice
Proficient in reading and working with blueprints.
Capable of working with varied ranges of ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Proficient in workshop theory and calculation.
Overhead Crane Operation.
Ability to work with SPC.
Participates in ongoing Continuous Improvement processes.
Takes direction from Supervisor/Lead Hand, as applicable.
Protects own health and safety by working in compliance with established safe work practices and procedures.
Maintains safety standard and cleanliness of workplace and equipment as outlined by company policy.
Any other reasonable request made by management
Skills (language, technical, computer, etc.)
Competent in all Tool Room machining to close tolerances.
Able to work with limited guidance and supervision.
Able to troubleshoot tooling problems and estimate timelines for resolution.
Recognized technical trade certificate Tool & Die Maker or minimum 5 years of experience working in the trade.
RD Worldwide has been chosen to recruit Toolmakers for our client in Antioch, TN.
Our client is an International precision metal-stamping manufacturer that is a leader in the production of fineblanked parts for the automotive industry. They make all of their tools and dies in-house on three shifts. Their clients include Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, Honda, and
To build tools, dies, and components of average complexity; repair dies to specifications; work with engineering drawings under minimum supervision to complete tasks
Major Duties and
- Read engineering drawings of average complexity.
- Build and/or repair tools from those drawings using the necessary machining operations and equipment.
- Troubleshoot and make decisions on tool manufacturing procedures in conjunction with the group leader or manager and press supervisors.
- Maintain in-process Quality Control procedures and documentation.
- Assist in trying out tools and optimizing to achieve Quality Control accepted parts.
- Housekeeping and 5S in and around machinery.
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
This is an apprentice program with the opportunity for growth.
Salary: Starting at $20/hr with a shift premium of $1.25 for 2nd shift or $2.00 for 3rd shift.
Shift: 2nd and 3rd Shift opportunities are available
Tool & Die Maker
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.
Other duties may be assigned.
Builds Dies – Work layout, machine and grind and fit
details – thorough knowledge of tooling, machining processes, and die functions
– distractions and interruptions to other jobs. Sharpens and repairs dies in tool room – Disassembles dies, inspects, welds, repairs, grinds, detail, fits detail into dies – same
skill requirements as above, same distractions, and interruptions plus
frustrations of machine shortage at times. Maintains dies in the Press Room – Analyzes die problems, troubleshoots problems, repairs damaged details, sharpens, aligns, times dies – same skills as above plus knowledge and experience with presses,
feed mechanisms, releases, timing, and die set-up. Distractions, noise, working in confined and dangerous quarters, oil, and compounds.
Required knowledge of steels, stresses, and material. Have the ability to mentally picture position and shape
of objects; predict position in space after movement.
May be given certain authority within job scope by Manager
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able
to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge,
skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
High school diploma or G.E.D. Completed technical school courses through a
four-year apprenticeship preferred. Requires use of advanced shop math and
formulas. Ability to work with complicated drawings and diagrams. Over
five years experience. Jobs which involve very little repetition, assignments frequently present a new set of complex problems or conditions. Tool and die repairing and building of the most-complicated molding dies and progressive metal dies where construction details are frequently left to the employee to develop.
Must be available to work either 2nd (2:45am-11pm) or 3rd shift (10:45pm-7am).
Tool & Die Maker Viii - Sanford
Basic Position Responsibilities:
Provide technical support to all areas of manufacturing at the Moen Sanford facility
Perform maintenance tasks necessary to ensure a safe and productive environment
Read and analyze drawings containing assemblies, sub-assemblies and details
Read and interpret GD&T information on drawings
Troubleshoot and repair complex mechanical systems such as injection molds
Assist engineering and production teams to develop permanent corrective actions
Knowledge of 3D modeling and assembly to produce or modify detail drawings using Creo or AutoCAD software
Operate CNC and manual style Tool Room equipment
Capable of producing complex parts from detail drawings in a timely manner
Capable of fitting shut offs for injection molds
Design and construct highly intricate tools, fixtures, dies, patterns, and gauges to close tolerances
Capable of welding simple shut offs and parting lines then machining them back to print dimensions
Lubricant and preform scheduled maintenance on equipment
Communicate with manufacturing supervision, engineering, maintenance department, operators, and other technicians to
resolve process and equipment issues. Present information on status of ongoing projects at KPI or other meetings
Develop and implement training procedures on the proper operation of equipment
Perform each and every job to quantity standards while maintaining neat and orderly work areas
Collect and analyze data for problem solving, then recommend solutions
Work different shifts and overtime as necessary for training and troubleshooting
Other miscellaneous duties as assigned
High school diploma or a G.E.D. Two year technical degree in related field preferred
8+ years' experience designing, building, repairing injection molds and machinery
Knowledge of machines and tools, including their design, uses and maintenance
Strong electrical/mechanical skills
Ability to understand schematics/blueprints and utilize sketches or instructions to construct tools, gauges, fixtures and replacement parts
Capable of disassembling, assembling and adjusting all types of machines and injection molds
Experience with pneumatic systems
Experience with hydraulic systems
Excellent verbal and media communication skills
Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems
Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
Must be able to work independently with minimal direction
Skilled with MS Office Excel and Word
Skilled with arithmetic and basic trigonometry
Knowledge of mechanics, dynamics and statistics
Skilled with AutoCAD 2D and Creo 3D
Skilled with checking drawings in/out of Wind-chill CAD vault
Experience with designing and manufacturing of assembly equipment
Experience with designing injection molds
Experience with wire E.D.M. machines
Willing to travel when necessary
Tool And Die Maker Associate
Advanced Technology Services (ATS) grew out of the need for American business to remain competitive in a rapidly changing global economy. ATS has grown into a leading supplier of outsourced factory maintenance, industrial component repair and IT services for top Fortune 500 companies.
ATS has improved the performance for the world's most sophisticated companies, and we owe our success to our employees. Your time and your knowledge are important - make the most of both. At ATS, we've continually empowered our employees to develop their skills and advance in their careers. It's our philosophy, along with our uncompromising commitment to customer satisfaction that has made ATS a success and a great place to work.
ATS has an immediate opening for a Tool & Die Maker Associate.
Responsibilities will include:
Set up and operating all types of machine tools necessary to accomplish work assignments
Performing simple harden, draw, and welding operations when necessary
Lubricating machines and maintaining department equipment
Measuring, marks, and scribing metal stock for machining
Sets up and operating machine tools, such as lathes, milling machine, shaper, and grinder, to machine parts
High school diploma or GED
Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
Awareness of measurement processes and equipment capabilities used in order to perform repairs and adjustments to die sets
ATS offers a competitive salary and benefits program which includes:
Prescription drug program
401(k) with company match
Flexible spending account
ATS is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all aspects of employment to all applicants and employees, regardless of age, color, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information or other legally protected status.
Instrument Maker - Advanced
INSTRUMENT/MODEL MAKER - ADVANCED Position Number 02176857 Division B34 Office of Research Department B3401 GRAD RESEARCH VICE PROVOST OFF Position Type University Staff Appointment Type Ongoing/Probationary FLSA Status Nonexempt Percent 100 Posting Type Staff Introduction (Description of School/College/Dept/Program)
The UWM Prototyping Center is home to several of the most advanced prototyping and machining centers available to be able to fabricate nearly anything. But to operate the equipment to produce successful prototypes, it takes our staff of experienced machinists, model makers, and engineers. Custom parts for varieties of industries are designed, developed, and fabricated for anyone from campus researchers to private sector goliaths to independent entrepreneurs. Development efficiency is achieved from combining the unique capabilities of each machining center to best carry out the fabrication of components. Iterations of highly-complex designs are streamlined due to the rare integration of engineering and CNC machining centers being just steps away to provide a cost-effective means of achieving success quickly.
This is advanced level Instrument Maker work in a client-facing role. The work performed is similar to the journey-level except that employees at this level are significantly more involved in the design phase of highly specialized parts, machinery and instruments. Advanced instrument makers are in constant contact with the user or client, for example graduate students, professors and researchers, or external private entities functioning as a consultant to them. In addition, advanced level instrument makers are often responsible for coordinating, assembling and testing projects. The projects may last six months to a couple of years and require thousands of individual parts. Also, employees at this level are considered experts (i.e., they have advanced knowledge, skills and experience) in a specialized area, such as, but not limited to, welding, Computer Aided Design (CAD)/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)/Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, complex project coordination or student machine shop coordination with an emphasis on providing instruments for advanced scientific research. Employees, who are considered experts, spend a majority of their time in that particular area of expertise. Communication skills and the ability to foster relationships are mandatory to be able to meet, update, and continue long-term relationships with clients.
Please note that in addition to satisfying the identified minimum and preferred qualifications, the ideal candidates for each of the positions will be able demonstrate strengths with the following competencies, deemed important for superior performance of the incumbent in this function:
Attention and appreciation for details, and quality of work produced.
Capacity and passion for problem solving, critical thinking, and analytics.
Evidence of ability to effectively manage time, prioritize workload, and meet deadlines.
Ability to show initiative and resourcefulness.
Adaptability in an ever-changing business environment motivated by business necessity.
Communication skills that are closely aligned with the ability to focus on customer's needs, collaboration, and on building effective relationship with a varied group of peers, clients, and administrators.
Accountability and integrity for one's actions.
Excels in a team environment, while being able to function independently.
Desire for, and pursuit of, continuous learning.
Evidence of experience in 2D and 3D CAD modeling;
Evidence of experience in CAM programming for 3D toolpaths (e.g., CNC 3-axis End Mills, 5-axis End Mills, Lathe, and EDM equipment, etc.);
Evidence of experience with interpreting, reading, writing, and creating conversational programming CNC equipment (e.g., CNC 3-axis, 5-axis, Lathe, and EDM equipment, etc.);
Experience with setting up, operating, and editing programs and parameters with the CNC machines;
Evidence of experience with manual machining using various tools (e.g., end mills, lathes, saws, grinders, sheet metal benders, hand tools, etc.);
Metrology knowledge as evidenced by experience using precision instruments to gauge part dimension;
Expertise in manual TIG and MIG welding of various alloys/metals (e.g. steels, stainless steels, aluminums, etc.);
Knowledge of, evidenced by experience, with OSHA safety standards;
Experience with fabrication and tooling methods (e.g. vacuum forming, casting, extrusions, injection molding, stamping, forging, heat treating, etc.).
Expertise in 2D and 3D CAD modeling with SolidWorks;
Expertise in CAM programming with HSMWorks for 3D toolpaths for CNC 3-axis End Mills, 5-axis End Mills, Lathe, and EDM equipment;
Experience in 3D printing with knowledge of the FDM process;
Experience in scanning and post-processing 3D data for surface meshing, reverse engineering, and part inspection;
Expertise in 2D CAM programming with EnRoute for 2D toolpaths for CNC 2-axis plasma cutting (or laser-cutting experience);
Prior consultancy experience in fabrication, design, or engineering with knowledge and understanding of the cost of doing a project;
Experience in a wide variety of fabrication and prototyping industries.
Please submit the following application materials: cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references.
Please clearly address minimum and preferred qualifications in your cover letter and resume. In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to ascertain from the candidates' application materials whether he/she meets any of the qualifications, they will be evaluated as not meeting such qualifications.
Application Deadline 09/28/2018 Continuous (Open Until Filled?) No If Continuous, Initial Review Date Position Contact Name Kyle Jansson Contact Phone 414.316.3081 Contact Email email@example.com Application Notes
For this position, applicants are required to apply online. UWM will not consider paper, emailed or faxed applications. Additionally, applicants must complete all required fields and attach any required documents. The process is complete when the message "Your application has been submitted" is displayed and you receive a confirmation number.
UWM is an AA/EO employer: All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, or protected veteran status.
UWM provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. Employment opportunities will not be denied because of the need to make reasonable accommodations for a qualified individual with a disability. If you need assistance or accommodation in applying because of a disability, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-229-4463. This job announcement and other material on this site will be made available in alternate formats upon request to an individual with a disability.
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UWM is a State agency and subject to Wisconsin's Open Records Law. UWM will not, however, reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing except as may be required by Wisconsin's Open Records law. In certain circumstances, the identities of "final candidates" and/or the identity of the appointed applicant must be revealed upon request.
Employment will require a criminal background check.
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Commercial Cabinet Maker / Installer
Our Little Chute client is looking to hire a full time Temp-to-Hire Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer. They are open to someone who has previous cabinet making experience OR training a candidate.
Candidate will be assisting with production of custom cabinetry, assembling cabinets, and working with high pressure laminate manufacturing. You will also be putting edges on shelves, counters, etc, (They call this edge banding, T molding & self-edge banding.)
They have 20 employees, are busy, and offer a casual atmosphere with various company outings throughout the year. They offer a great flexible schedule for employees as well!
Requirements for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer:
1 year of manufacturing, labor, construction or similar experience is needed.
Experience in cabinetry trade or wood working, etc is helpful but not required.
Preference to those who have used any of the following: drills, hand saws, table saws, etc.
Ability to add, subtracts, multiply.
Must have good measuring skills and be able to lift 50 pounds.
Able to work under deadlines and have good communication skills
This individual must be able to work independently as well as in a group.
Positive attitude, eager to learn, dependable and willing to ask questions
Steel toes are needed
Hours for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer:40 hours per week, Monday-Friday. (occasional weekends, when needed.) You can pick your start time: 6am, 7am or 8am!
Pay for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer: $14.00-15.00/hour for entry level candidates with no experience. (For those with Commercial Cabinet making experience, higher pay is offered - up to $17/hour.)
Benefits for Commercial Cabinet Maker include Paid Vacation, Paid Holiday, Health Insurance, Simple Plan (401K), Flex Hours.
Tool And Die Maker
1st Shift Tool & Die Maker
DRS Technologies is a leading supplier of integrated products, services and support to military forces, intelligence agencies and prime contractors worldwide. Focused on defense technology, we develop, manufacture and support a broad range of systems for mission critical and military sustainment requirements, as well as homeland security.
Headquartered in Arlington, VA, the Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A. which employs more than 70,000 people worldwide. We offer a competitive compensation package and a business culture which rewards performance. For additional information on DRS, please visit our website at www.drs.com.
DRS Naval Power Systems (NPS) a multi-site operation responsible for $350 million of revenue with locations in Milwaukee, WI, Bridgeport/Danbury, CT, Fitchburg, MA, and High Ridge, MO with an employee base of approximately 900 employees. NPS is structured into four Lines of Business: Surface, Submarines, Nuclear instrumentation and Controls and Marlo Coil focusing on supporting the power and propulsion needs of the U.S. Navy. We provide engineering, manufacturing and lifetime support of our highly engineered products.
Job Location: Milwaukee, WI
Duties and Responsibilities
Design, build, modify and repair – with occasional engineering assistance – tools, dies, jigs and fixtures.
Work with engineers in the design and development of various prototype parts and assemblies
Make modifications to existing production parts when required
Maintain records, develop and write calibration procedures and act as a gatekeeper for mechanical tools
Consult with engineers and other maintenance personnel to affect repairs and modifications when necessary.
Coordinate workload with customers to insure on time deliver
Possess the ability to direct others as necessary
Perform other duties and assist in projects as directed by supervision
Train other employees as required
High school diploma or equivalent required
Five or more years of journeyman experience as a Tool & Die Maker in an industrial tool room.
Must be a fully indenture Tool & Die Maker as defined in the State of Wisconsin Apprenticeship program
Ability to work from informal plans
Ability to work with a numerically controlled milling machine
Ability to use precision measurement and inspection equipment and techniques
Ability to design tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and special machinery with little or no engineering assistance.
Ability to heat treat a variety of tool steels.
Candidates must be a US citizen and meet DRS security standards as imposed by DoD, including the issuance of any necessary security clearance by the US government within a reasonable time after commencement of employment.
Ability to lift up to 35 pounds frequently
Ability to stand for up to 9 hours a day
Walking, lifting, bending, stooping and kneeling
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
We offer a very competitive base salary commensurate with experience including: an annual bonus, eligibility for a long-term incentive plan, and a business culture which rewards good performance. The Company offers a full range of employee benefits, and is prepared to offer a comprehensive relocation package.
Candidates must be a US citizen and meet DRS security standards as imposed by DoD, including the issuance of any necessary security clearance by the US government within a reasonable time after commencement of employment.
DRS Technologies is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital or veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. #JS #NPS
This person will assist with the efficient operation of the plant by maintaining all production tooling. Supports manufacturing by repairing, tear-down and rework existing tools. Manage a mold data base/list, track time, and updates, modifications, spare parts list, and other relevant information for all molds within the company. Must also be able to comply with the duties and responsibilities below.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Supports production by maintaining all molds in a production ready state.
Responsible for mentoring less experienced employees on the job, such as apprentices
Repairs, cleans, services and performs insert changes on all molds
Wire Hot runners, hot sprue, thermocouples in addition to replace hot runner components
Wire limit switches
Cleaning ,lubrication, polishing mold components
Must complete job assignments in a timely manner
Blue and spot shutoffs in and out of the machine
Ability to make small parts in a manual lathe, milling machine, surface grinder
Must be able to TIG weld
Knowledge of core pull hydraulic cylinders being able to rebuild / replace
High school diploma or GED. Experienced level of tool maker job typically requires trade school and 3+ years of tool room experience, or equivalent. Three years experience in Injection Molding. General knowledge of Injection Molding and manufacturing operations. Completion of the tool and die maker apprenticeship program. Good communication and Interpersonal Skills. Basic Computer experience.
Background Check /Drug Screen Required:
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