Rhinestahl Corporation

  • CNC Programmer

    Job Location US-OH-Mason
    Job ID
    Business Group
    Rhinestahl AMG
    FLSA Status
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview


    Responsible for the generation of CNC tool path programs for turning centers using Unigraphics software.


    • Determines strategies for various machining operations and designates the proper tooling to ensure quality and cost effective product delivery.
    • Studies and interprets drawings and specifications of jobs to coordinate set-ups and operations in order to provide economical part/product manufacturing that meets quality, quantity, schedule and cost requirements.
    • Generates tool paths using Unigraphics (UG) software.
    • Provides direction and guidance of set up procedures and machining processes for machinists.
    • Communicates with supervisors, engineers, and machinists to troubleshoot and resolve issues related to manufacturing processes, quality, and assembly.
    • Support Quality Department in identifying and resolving non-conformances.
    • Performs other duties and projects as assigned.


    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Certificate or Associate’s degree in CNC Machining Technology or Programming a plus
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in CNC programming for turning centers in a manufacturing and machining environment.  Unigraphics (UG) experience preferred.
    • Unigraphics NX v.12 Cam software
    • Multi axis turning and mill turns including VTL,s, turning centers with live tooling and 5 axis Mazak Integrex mill turns.
    • Familiar with complicated geometry and aerospace alloys.
    • Machine operator familiar with many controls including Fanuc, Tosnuc and Heidenhain controls
    • Advanced knowledge of reading blueprints, interpreting specifications and GD&T
    • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide and apply concepts of basic algebra, geometry and trigonometry
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills


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