Setup, adjust and maintain various secondary production equipment. Setup, maintain, edit programming and operate numerically controlled machines to perform a complex series of progressive machining operations on a diversified line of work to close and exacting tolerance and finish specifications. Supervision is available.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Operate, or assign to flowline employees to operate, production equipment up to and including; robotic systems and peripheral equipment, numerically controlled equipment, automatic screw machines, pin and spring machines and secondary production machinery, including unattended machines. Perform expediting and layout functions, service operators, maintain production flow and assure that production quotas are met. Read blueprints, sketches and operation sheets to make setups. Use various gages and measuring instruments. Tools, feeds and speeds are usually predetermined.
Instruct operators on proper operating procedures, practices and quantities to produce. Periodically check operators and setups to insure proper operation and that quality and safety standards are being maintained. Re-instruct operators as necessary. Run small quantities of production pieces while instructing, re-instructing or before assigning to an operator to assure that jobs are setup and running properly.
Job requires a high degree of skill and broad knowledge of machine setups and operations involving familiarity with and understanding program formats involving combination of operations such as: milling, boring, recessing, turning, drilling, facing and threading. Job also requires working from blueprints, operations sheets, complicated drawings, manufacturing plans and specifications with the understanding of program operational data and set-up instructions
Must be able to recognize errors in programming and operations and have errors corrected by working with programming and systems personnel. Diagnose operating difficulties and make appropriate remedial adjustments such as tool changes and offsets to correct dimensional deviations.
Oil and clean equipment as necessary. Check oil reservoirs and fill as necessary.
Check product quality to standards and frequencies described on work instructions. Perform statistical inspection of machine production and maintain related records. Segregate and identify nonconforming material by completing reject tickets and moving material to a designated area. Complete inspection and test records as specified. Notify supervision when quality requirements cannot be met.
Weigh and count work, maintain production and scrap records and complete other forms and records as necessary. Check, adjust and maintain all related safety devices for proper operation and fill out and maintain related safety records. Instruct and assist other Flowline Leads as requested, including Flowline Trainees.
Use data entry equipment or barcode scanners, and perform all related clerical work in the performance of the job.
Maintain departmental stock or storage areas and move material as necessary in the performance of the job.
Maintain a neat and orderly work area.
Educational Requirements, Skills and Abilities:
Be knowledgeable of, and conform to, existing plant safety regulations.
Requires a high school or trade school diploma or equivalent manufacturing work experience with an extensive background in blueprint reading and shop math and with at least 3 years or more conventional machine and 1 year numerical control machine experience or having completed a recognized training program.
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