Chucking And Boring Machine Operator Job Description Sample
CNC Lathe Operator
1. CNC Lathe experience (minimum 5 years)
2. Haas and Fanuc controls (preferably Haas experience)
4. Ability to multitask and run minimum 2 machines at a time
5. Good work stability, minimum 2 years at current or previous job
1. Must be able to read and understand Blueprint dimensions/specifications/tolerance call outs.
2. Ability to touch off tools accordingly (ie, o.d. turning tools, drills, i.d. boring tools, etc.)
3. Ability to submit first articles accurately with no discrepancies
4. Ability to read and interpret programs prior to set up
5. Edit tools within program
6. Work with programmer to troubleshoot any issues/concerns
7. Knowledge of bar feeder set up, chucking set up, collet pads and soft jaw machining
8. Basic shop math knowledge
9. Threading and drilling experience
10. Simple G and M code knowledge
11. Grinding experience to make or modify boring tools (preferred)
12. Ability to edit speeds and feeds depending on material hardness
Must have experience using the following measuring tools:
2.- Pitch mic
3.- Height gauge
4.- Dial caliper
5.- Depth Mic
Set-Up Machinist will need to posses the following basic set-up tools:
1. Torx wrench set
2. Allen wrench set (standard and metric)
3. Open-end wrench set (standard and metric)
4. Crescent wrench
5. Channel locks
6. Needle nose and vise grip pliers
7. Rubber mallet/dead blow hammer
8. 0-6" Hand caliper required
10. Flash light
Experience machining Steel, Stainless steel, Aluminum, Titanium, Copper, and Brass
Knowledge of machined surface finishes
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Haas/Cnc Vertical Machining Center Set-Up Operator
Title: HAAS/CNC Set-Up Operator
Purpose: To outline the major responsibilities, specific responsibilities, expectations and authority of the CNC Set-Up Operator. This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Authority: The CNC Set-Up Operator reports to the President and is solely accountable for the performance of all assigned responsibilities and associated duties. This position has authority delegated commensurate with assigned responsibilities.
Pre -Requisites: The pre-requisites for the CNC Set-Up Operator in education, training and experience are listed below. In certain special cases, additional experience and/or training can be substituted for education and vice versa.
Education: High School Diploma; GED; or adequate experience to substitute.
Training: Operator and Set-Up
Experience: Experience in both CNC operation and Set-Up.
Expectations: Under the supervision of the President, the CNC Set-Up Operator is responsible for setting up machinery and efficiently producing quality machined parts, SPC charting, gauging, problem solving and reading and interpreting blueprints.
The CNC Set-Up Operator sets up and operates one or more single- or multiple-spindle verticle chucking machines (lathes/mills) to perform a series of machining operations, such as turning, boring, threading, facing, and milling on metal parts according to specifications, tooling instructions, standard charts and knowledge of turning procedures.
A. Safety / Housekeeping
C. Machinery and Equipment
E. Problem Solving
F. Blueprints, Gauges and
G. General ResponsibilitiesII. Specific
A. Safety / Housekeeping:
1. Maintains machinery in reference to cleaning, lubricants, and ensures that machinery is operated within safety guidelines.
2. Responsible for working area and department cleanliness.
3. Responsible for ensuring that machinery complies with safety guidelines.
B. Manufacturing / Production:
1. Meets or exceeds expected production rates.
C. Machinery and Equipment:
1. Capable of replacing and sharpening worn tooling without creating scrap.
2. Safely operates electric pallet jack and/or forklift.
3. Maintains machine in reference to cleaning, lubricants, coolant, etc.
CNC Set-Up Operator
4. Operates efficiently by obtaining standard rates set for individual jobs.
5. Lifts parts manually and positions and secures in chuck.
6. Operates stamping press.
1. Loads part programs into the machine memory and makes necessary edits.
2. Reads blueprints, tooling instructions and standard charts to determine product specifications, work holding arrangement, cutting speeds, feed rates, and cutting tools to be used.
3. Moves controls, cams and stops to set rotations speeds and feed rates and to control tool and work piece movement for specified operations.
4. Change or installs chucks or chuck jaws, collet systems and indicates them true.
5. Changes tools and tool holders including boring bars, stick tools, drills, taps, reamers, mills.
6. May be required to decide on station and timing of each operation to assure efficient use of tools and time.
7. Runs a comparison first piece part and has it checked by another operator for conformance to specifications prior to production.
8. Directs the machine to the proper tool position after installing new tools.
9. Acquires gauging, sets up and masters gauging including the optical comparator.
E. Problem Solving:
1. Offsets a machine during the program if necessary.
2. Identifies unusual problems including but not limited to concentricity, broken tooling, excessive cycle times, etc.
3. Reworks parts that exceed specification.
4. May compute such data as dimensions, rotation speeds, and feed rates, using knowledge of shop mathematics and tooling instructions.
F. Blueprints, Gauges and SPC:
1. Reads and comprehends blueprints and tolerances.
2. Lays out a part according to print with necessary measuring tools after each set-up before signing off on a check sheet.
3. Masters the use of gauges, including the optical comparator, and checks master sized from the print.
4. Maintains and understands SPC charting techniques.
5. Verifies conformance of turned parts to specifications, using measuring instruments, such as micrometers, calipers and fixed gauges.
6. Performs audits and tags properly.
1. Keeps President informed of anything that could affect the performance and profitability of the company.
2. Performs any other duties, not specifically stated herein, but which may be assigned by the President and those that are logically and properly inherent to this position.
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