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Tool Maker - Bench
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Builds and repairs tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and gauges
The primary responsibilities of the journeypersons and apprentices of the toolmaker bench trade are as follows:
Responsible for maintenance and repair of hoppers, escapements, bowls, tracking or tubes, and lower indexes, arbors, hone pots, tool clamp, clamp wedge systems, collets, all moving pallets fixture, Gatco bearings, poppets and center line position.
Responsible for maintenance and repair of all parts loader/unloaders.
Responsible for tool clamp faults and collet assembly (HDE).
Responsible for HDE Con Rod Operation 20 and 50 change over.
Responsible for maintenance and realignment all gantries, load and unload part location for true position.
Responsible for maintenance and repair of all linear bearings on all fixtures, probe plates, part alignment, part gripper and transfer fingers and bolts.
Responsible for maintenance and repair of all generating heads.
Responsible for the installation, repair and removal of all bushing plates, fixture plates, and probe plates (Pipefitter responsible for nozzle maintenance and sizing).
Responsible for locating pins, rest pads, guide rails, rollers which consist of Osborn, McGill and cam rollers, as well as and brass pads for control arms.
Responsible for installation of spacers and shims with alignment of centerline fixtures.
Common lifting, transport of trade specific material.
High school diploma (or equivalent) required
An attached resume is required
GED or High School Diploma is required
Technical degree or certificate in manufacturing preferred
Certified Journeyperson card holder or ability to document 8 years of experience
Must possess good written and verbal communication skills
Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service
Strong Computer/Software skills including M/S Office, Prisma
Willingness to be cross-functionally trained
Ability to work any shift assigned
Ability to work effectively with production teams, engineering, service technicians and management staff
Applicants must be legally authorized to work permanently in the U.S. at the time of application.
Final candidate must successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check.
For an accommodation or special assistance with applying for a posted position, please contact our Human Resources department at 503-745-8982 or toll free 800-206-3369. For TTY/TDD enabled call 503-745-2137 or toll free 866-355-6935.
Tool And Die Maker ","Value":" Tool And Die Maker
Plan, layout and perform required bench and machine operations to construct, alter and repair intricately designed and constructed tools, dies, fixtures, cavity mold dies, gauges where a high degree of skill and extensive knowledge of plastic mold tooling practice and metal tooling practice application is required. Work from complicated drawings, specifications or concepts. Use a wide variety of precision instruments for exacting measurements.
Lay out work and plan machining and bench procedures. Perform difficult machining operations requiring complicated setups which may involve improvising of tooling and machines for adaptations beyond the normal range in capacities of available equipment. Sets up and operates a variety of CNC mills, CNC EDM's and related CAD equipment machine tools to perform precision machining operations.
Perform critical bench and assembly operations to fit, align, calibrate, adjust, assemble and finish work. Assume responsibility for quality workmanship and dimensional accuracy of assigned work. May include responsibility for training an apprentice Tool and Die Maker or other tool room personnel on a project basis.
Will also operate related CAD/CAM equipment. Analyzes molded parts to determine tool repair and adjustments required with minimum supervision. Responsible for observing safe work habits and cleanliness of work area.
Proceeds under general supervision. Performs other duties as may be requested. Responsible for using standardized inspection methods and SPC as requested.
Work subject to process and final inspection in accordance with Badger Meter ISO 9000 documentation. Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Applicants can learn more about their rights regarding equal opportunity in employment by viewing the federal "EEO is the Law" poster and the “EEO is the Law” poster supplement at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
Sample Maker / Model Maker
United Display Craft is looking to add a Sample Maker to its team in its Des Plaines, IL location. Join our stable, family-owned company with over 60 years of experience serving some of the biggest brands and retailers. You'll be joining the premier manufacturer of POP displays and retail fixtures in the area!
The Sample Maker must have good steel and plastic fabrication skills including use of brake presses, welding and finishing experience. Sample makers work closely with our engineering group to develop display concepts from renderings and drawings into fully functional prototypes. The ideal candidate would have some prior retail display experience, good communication skills and the ability to work with other team members in a fast paced environment.
Minimum 3 years of experience working as a model maker or in a similar industrial setting including machine setup, fixture maker, etc.
Mechanical and math skills that support problem solving activities
Capable of creating high quality prototypes from drawings and sketches
The ability to read engineering drawings and problem solving is required
Ability to work accurately and use measurement tools to ensure parts are sized correctly.
Commitment to working safely
Fluent English writing and speaking skills
Basic Computer Skills
Working knowledge of Solidworks
Ability to create and run programs in Mastercam
Ability to setup and run a Haas CNC router
Painting and decorating skills working with graphic elements
We offer competitive wages, full benefits including major medical insurance, 401K, profit sharing and an opportunity for growth.
Ink Maker 2Nd Or 3Rd Shift
Welcome to INX International, your home for performance-proven ink and coating products to match your print application and process. A global supplier as part of Sakata INX, a $1.3 billion company, INX International has more than 15 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and over 50 locations worldwide, on four continents. Among North America's top three ink providers, only INX focuses solely on formulations for printing, from basic chemistries through finished product. We also provide advanced, environmentally-conscious ink systems and services for digital printing operations.
INX is a stable manufacturing company whose average employee has been here over 13.5 years. We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, 401(k), and more.
We are seeking an Ink Maker at our Appleton, WI facility. This person will weigh raw materials and operate mixers and/or mills. Previous experience within the Ink Industry is preferred.
This position will either be 2nd shift or 3rd shift. The 2nd shift hours are 3 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The 3rd shift hours are 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. We have 3 additional openings. This job posting was updated 1/26/18.
Weigh batches of ink, following directions on the batch ticket
Mix batches of ink and make additions as directed
Run batches on a mill
Package finished product
Operate a forklift
High school diploma or G.E.D.
Previous experience in the ink industry preferred
Must be able to pass a color recognition test
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Basic computer skills
Good communication skills
Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance
We require a post offer pre-employment drug screen, physical and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer - disability/veteran
Journeyman Tool & Die Maker
The incumbent provides specific diversified components, tooling, and assemblies to meet engineering and testing requirements by planning and performing various complex and technical machine tool functions with limited supervision.
KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The position requires sufficient professional Tool Room experience of all machinery such that skills can be employed to perform complex layouts and machine tool setups for the purpose of producing, adjusting, repairing, heat-treating tools, dies, fixtures, gauges, and machine components of very tight tolerances. The incumbent must have an aptitude to learn Numeric Control (NC/CNC) or similar programming of complex machinery for the purpose of producing machined parts.
The position will primarily be responsible for test group machining support with limited supervision. Responsibilities include the ability to produce make-to-print items, assemble various tooling projects and electro-mechanical assemblies, and perform design/development on the fly without the aid of prints. The Test Group is a service organization; therefore, the incumbent must be able to setup and operate all Tool Room equipment with minimal (if any) assistance, must have a high level of communication to insure critical jobs are done as expected by the customer, and will be required to contribute to process/capital/tooling improvements necessary to maintain a viable Tool Room service.
Plans the correct material, equipment, tooling, and processes to produce make-to-print items.
Performs work required to produce/fit/repair items utilizing Tool Room equipment and processes.
Performs setup, operation, and troubleshooting of all Tool Room equipment with minimal limited supervision or guidance.
Determines parts and tools needed in order to achieve manufacturing goals with maximum efficiency.
Performs work that involves a high mental application and close visual attention for extended periods of time with the possibility of exposure to hazardous conditions.
Possesses an understanding of complex engineering product and assembly prints, mathematics up to and including advanced trigonometry, and basic electricity/electrical circuitry.
Possesses and utilizes strong methodical problem solving skills to drive to the root cause of issues and implementation of corrective actions (i.e., strong troubleshooting aptitude).
Communicates effectively with all stakeholders including plant personnel, engineers, maintenance, electricians, and machine builders.
Willing to travel within and outside the United States to perform said duties. Assists with everyday manufacturing support issues
Assist maintenance and engineering troubleshooting complex equipment. Provide training to maintenance and operators on equipment operation.
Create work instructions and training material for use by operators and maintenance.
Assist maintenance with predictive maintenance measures to improve equipment reliability.
Safety and Health – Responsible for completing required safety training, reporting and correcting any unsafe practices as appropriate, completing work activities in a safe manner, and complying with safety and health requirements for respective position.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE (Minimum Qualifications)
High School diploma or equivalent
4 years of extensive/specific skills training in the tool and die making field
8 years of Tool Room experience
Journeyman Trade Certificate through a qualified apprenticeship program is preferred
NC programming preferred
Prior experience in the automotive industry is preferred
Timely Decision Making
Drive for Results
Ethics and Values
It is the policy of BorgWarner to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants/employees regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, marital status or any other characteristics covered by federal, state or local law.
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Manufacturing - Production - Cutting Die Maker - 1St Shift
Dynamic Dies, Inc., a corrugated box industry supplier & a leading manufacturer of cutting dies & printing plates, is looking to fill a Cutting Die Maker position in our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania location.
About the job:
Cutting Die Maker--Die Makers bend, notch, and install steel rule and rubber on cutting dies, according to work order & machine specifications. This is not a tool and die position.
Experience not needed. The position requires basic math skills including the ability to use a ruler and understand fractions. We will train! Learn how to make a Steel Rule Cutting Dies!
Ability to stand for up to 10 hours a day and lift up to approximately 50 lbs.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide, common fractions and decimals. Position requires use of a tape measure to 1/16" as well.
If you have a great attitude & can validate it during the interview process, then we want to hear from you. We are seeking applicants with a strong work ethic, solid work history, great attendance, detail oriented, & an excellent quality record. We offer competitive pay & a great benefit package.
About Dynamic Dies You may have worked for the rest. Now it's time to work for the Best!!!
Dynamic Dies, Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers of tooling for the corrugated box industry. From our humble beginning in a rented garage in 1971, our multi-state operations now consists of 5 manufacturing facilities located in Toledo, Ohio; Pittsburgh, PA; Indianapolis, IN and Middletown, Ohio.
Our state of the art graphics operation is centralized at our Toledo (Holland) manufacturing facility which is also home to our Corporate Offices. Insuring that our customers receive personalize service, we have sales offices located throughout across the Midwest.
Growth has continued for our family owned company to include almost 200 employees. The foundation of the company was built on mutual respect for others, hard work and an unyielding pride in getting the job done right.
We would not be where we are today without our dedicated employees; some have been with us since the beginning! As a member of our team, you'll find an environment where your co-workers help you learn the job, employees are respected and treated like family, and your growth is only limited by you. As we continue to grow, we look for talented candidates to join our team!
Our team members are dedicated to providing our customers with a quality product and in return for their continued dedication to the company and our customers, they are rewarded. Our employees enjoy competitive pay, an extensive benefit plan, profit sharing opportunities and what fun would work be without a few extra perks like a company picnic, pizza lunches, and whatever fun stuff we can think of!
You won't be just a number with DDI! We care about our employees!
All candidates receiving an offer of employment must successfully complete a background check and pre-employment drug screen.
Are you a talented Tool Maker? Do you have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment? Do you want to work in a great environment, with room for advancement and a competitive compensation package and benefits?
The Tool Maker will develop strategies for fabricating designed tools using most suitable machining resources and maintaining specified tolerances to warrant the proper qualification of the products, meeting all quality and efficiency expectations.
Job Summary and Duties:
- Plan and layout work and perform most difficult and exacting bench and machine operations to construct, fit and assemble highly complicated eyelet tools, dies and gauges where accurate application of extended experience and a very high degree of ability are required.
- Works from product print, sketch or sample to lay out tooling or employs knowledge to construct tools where no design is available.
- Determines operation for each station and sequence of operations determines metal flow in dies, selects allowances, etc. to produce parts to required tolerances and designs.
- Fabricates, assembles and grooms complicated and expensive tools for eyelet machines and transfer presses, involving roll feeds, automatic operation, special attachments, intricate cam and lever devices, carriers and slides, for handling and positioning parts through various tools stations which require intricate assembly and timing of multiple parts and intensive die form development.
- Ensure effective operation of all jobs by maintaining production and quality standards. Assists with Job Training activities as required.
- Perform troubleshooting on jobs as required by production and quality requirements and make appropriate changes as needed.
- Constructs within estimated costs a limited variety of tools for eyelet machines and transfer presses to perform such operations as: blank, cup, draw, strip draw, pierce, clip, letter, form, collapse, swell, cone, flare, knurl, thread, bead, skive, nib, etc., and make gauges for use in checking products made by these tools.
- Receives layout or makes general layout from detailed instructions supplied by Class A Eyelet Toolmaker or Lead Eyelet Toolmaker, Stamping Department Manager, or Tooling Engineer. May work under direction of Eyelet Toolmaker (Class A) to assist in the construction of components and assemblies of more complicated tools, make tool tryouts and set up machines.
- Plans and performs a sequence of tool room machine operations where recognized methods are available on work involving close tolerances and fits requiring judgment to make general decisions on quality, tolerances, etc.
- Maintain excellent attendance record, keep work place in neat and orderly fashion at all times, be able to work overtime as needed on short notice.
- Complete all required training pursuant to ANO-QY21, ANO-QY51, ANO-QY27, QAP-4.18 and POL 4.18.
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.
Tool And Die Maker
Tool and Die Maker
Company: Allfast Fastening Systems
Primary Location: 15200 Don Julian Rd City of Industry, CA 91745
Employment Type: Hourly| Full-Time
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
About Allfast Fastening Systems
Allfast Fastening Systems, a TriMas Corporation company (NASDAQ: TRS) - a diversified global manufacturer of engineered and applied products, is the world's leading manufacturer of solid & blind rivets, blind bolts & installation tooling for the aerospace industry.
Allfast is proud to be certified to ISO9001:2008 and AS9100:2009 Revision C. Our continued commitment to SPC and Lean Manufacturing has earned us the Boeing President's Award for Supplier of the Year, Boeing Q100 Club for the 100 best suppliers in the world, Lockheed's Star Supplier Award, Embraer Supplier of the Year Award, Strategic Airbus Partner and the Bombardier Certified Supplier Award, among many others. The implementation of min/max inventory programs has reduced inventories at all major OEMs.
Allfast is the only company in the world that manufactures solid and blind rivets and automated installation tools in one facility. Allfast strives for 100% customer satisfaction, 100% quality products on time – all the time - at competitive pricing.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
Fabricate and/or repair precision carbide and steel tooling (dies, jigs, fixtures, gauges, etc.) for the manufacture of aircraft quality fasteners, utilizing automatic and manual machines, and/or cutting apparatuses, and precision measuring devices.
Essential Duties, Responsibilities and Competencies:
Studies specifications such as blueprints, sketches, models, or descriptions to determine materials and machines required to fabricate part.
Computes dimensions, plans layout, and determines assembly method and sequence of operations.
Measures, makes, and scribes metal stock for machining.
Sets up and operates equipment such as lathe, milling machine, and grinder to machine parts, and verifies conformance of machined parts to specifications.
Heat treats tools and/or parts.
Examines standard to previously used dies, tools, jigs and fixtures, and recommends design modification regarding construction and function of part.
Meets and maintains productivity levels and quality requirements in support of departmental standards, goals and schedules.
Performs record keeping, housekeeping, and follows safety regulations.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent. Ability to apply basic concepts of algebra and geometry.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Education and/or Experience:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED). A minimum of 4 years experience in fabricating aircraft quality fastener tooling; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and sit.
The employee is occasionally required to walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
City:City of Industry
Location_formattedLocationLong:City of Industry, California US
Community / Marketing Title:Tool and Die Maker
EEO Employer Verbiage:
2Nd Shift-Tool Maker
JD Norman Industries, Inc. is a diversified manufacturer of metal components and systems with operations in North America and Europe. JD Norman is a leader in the manufacturing of highly engineered product including formed, machined and cast metals.
Plan and perform machining operations of diverse and difficult nature to produce components for tools, dies, fixtures, jogs, gauges, etc., of complex and intricate design having close and exacting dimensional requirements, interrelated dimensions, formed sections and compound configurations requiring a broad knowledge of machining methods and techniques and a high degree of skill.
Ability to determine and organize operational procedures and sequences; select tooling, work holding methods, spindle speeds, tooling feed rates and machine attachments.
Grind or prescribe grind for tooling best suited for material characteristics and the nature of the operations to be performed.
Mount and secure tooling in tool holders or chucks, position and secure work piece on bed, face-plate or between centers of machine using care to align, block, support and clamp properly to avoid distortion, tool deflection or other conditions affecting dimensions.
Improvise tooling and machine set-ups for special adaptations and unusual operations.
Work with minimal supervision and direction. Assume responsibility for the quality of workmanship, accuracy of dimensions and finish specifications.
General housekeeping of work area and perform all duties following safety procedures at all times.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. The employee is expected to perform other duties necessary for the effective operation of the department.
Education / Experience
Knowledge of machine technology, mechanical principles, shop mathematics, layout and precision measuring procedures, set-up, tooling applications, operating methods and machining characteristics of materials usually acquired through four years of vocational or high school supplemented by an accredited journeyman apprenticeship or equivalent training plus four to five years of diversified machining experience.
Must have progressive die experience of 4 or more years.
Reports directly to the Plant Manager or Operations Supervisor.
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