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