CNC Technician II - Second & Third Shift - Tool Room
Jagemann, one of Manitowoc County's premier employers, is headquartered in Manitowoc, WI on the banks of beautiful Lake Michigan, 30 minute south of Green Bay, WI and an hour north of Milwaukee, WI. In addition to offering a stable, dynamic work environment, Jagemann provides professional development and challenging careers with opportunities for growth and advancement where innovation and knowledge sharing are valued and rewarded.
Jagemann provides opportunities for personal and professional development, education and advancement. Innovation and knowledge sharing are valued and rewarded. You get more than a job when you choose Jagemann; you get a stable career with a family of co-workers and a future of possibilities.MAJOR FUNCTION:
To provide operate, set-up, troubleshoot and perform preventive maintenance on CNC equipment to fabricate and modify tooling used in the production process.MAJOR TASKS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Requires demonstrated skill and qualifications as a CNC Technician I. Must have developed proficiency in the operation of the 2 Axis Lathe.
Set-up, adjust, write and edit program and operate 2 CNC Lathes to produce a wide variety of tooling to close and/or exacting tolerances and finish requirements.
- Includes a requirement to plan the work, determine cutting sequences, develop holding and chucking fixtures, establish feeds, speeds and cut depths and determine appropriate cutting tool(s) using the part print, sketches or verbal description of the part to be made.
- Requires the calculation of dimensional relationships, the determination of cut lengths, depth, etc. and entry of data to machine controller. Data input involves material type, feeds, speeds, rough part dimensions, finished part dimensions, tools selected, cutting depth, etc.
- Work is performed to close tolerances. All work requires "truing" part in holding chuck in order to assure consistency of dimensions and concentricity of surfaces.
- Majority of work, but not exclusively, is non-repetitive in nature involving single parts made to specific dimensions and/or configuration. Multiple parts may be produced without re-programming the machine.
Use a variety of precision measuring instruments to position part, check dimensions during machining operation and check final part dimensions such as length, internal and external diameters and groove or step position.
Work involves the determination of locations and machining in the X, and Y axis, in addition to the turning, drilling, facing, taper, and boring operations similar to the 2 Axis CNC Lathe. Complexity of work performed is related to the skill of the operator and the capability of the machine.
Requires a knowledge of machining characteristics of a variety of materials, in both hardened and non-hardened states, and exotic materials i.e. carbide, in order to determine the appropriate speeds, feeds and tools to produce parts to specification.
Devise and fabricate "soft" jaws for non-barstock parts, partially finished parts and parts of unusual outside configuration, or to allow the use of cutting tools within the confined space allowed.
Select appropriate cutting tool (i.e. end mill, drill, boring bar, turning tool, etc) , tool size and configuration to perform the required operations. If tool is not already mounted in one of the 16 machine stations, select from available supply and position in tool holder. May require sharpening of "non-insert" tools such as drills and mills.
Responsible for the cleanliness, housekeeping and preventive maintenance of tools (grease and oil), equipment, benches and surrounding work area.
Train and assist CNC I operators in the operation of equipment and the resolution of problems and/or unusual cutting or processing requirements, based on daily job assignments. This position is not responsible for the evaluation and job assignments of an employee, but is expected to contribute feedback where warranted.
Occasionally runs multiple numbers of machines.
May contact vendors to determine recommended spare parts, cutting tools, etc. Includes the testing of new products and contact with machine builders.
Occupation includes a requirement to follow Environmental Health & Safety procedures.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor for additional experience and/or training or refinement skills or in preparation for advancementSHIFT
Second Shift Monday - Friday 2pm - 10pm with 7.5% shift premium
Third Shift Monday - Thursday 8pm - 6am with 15% shift premiumWORKING CONDITIONS:
Surrounding conditions are good with adverse conditions existing to a minor degree and non-continuously.
Technician is subject to frequent lifting up to 50 Lbs.EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
EDUCATION: High School and special courses in Machine operation and metalworking practices. Mazak programming course. Partial completion of the course work included in the Machine Tool Operation curriculum as specified by the company. Completion of CAD/CAM and Solutionware training.
EXPERIENCE: 1-3 years diversified Toolroom and machining experience, and demonstrated proficiency in required skills.
- Computer Aided Technologies
- Confined Spaces
- Drilling Operations