Schedule: Days, Swings, Graves and even CUSTOM Shifts!
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Reads and interprets blueprints, engineering specifications, and shop orders to determine machine setup,
production methods, and sequence of operation.
• Selects, positions, and secures dies, blades, cutters, and fixtures onto machine, using rule, square, shims,
templates, hand tools, and built-in gauges.
• Positions and clamps stops, guides, and turntables; adjusts controls to set and regulate machining factors, such
as pressure, adjustment rolls, blade angle, and machine speed.
• Locates and marks bending or cutting lines and reference points on work piece, using instruments, such as rule
and compass, or by tracing from templates.
• Positions work piece against stops and guides or aligns layout marks with dies or cutting blades.
• Starts machine and observes machine operation to reposition work piece, change dies, or adjust machine
settings for multiple or successive passes; inspects or measures work, using rule, gauges, and templates.
• Pushes buttons on control panel to start and activate automatic cycles of production machines.
• Observes machine operations, material supplies, and position of work pieces to detect malfunctions, needed
supplies, or misaligned parts.
• Performs routine preventative maintenance on machines as scheduled and required for TPM.
• Works individually and as a team to develop and implement quality and efficiency improvements.
• Conducts tests and inspections of products, or processes to evaluate quality or performance; examines products
or work to verify conformance to specifications