- Prepare computer programs to control CNC machine operations using CAD/CAM terminal assuring program meets target cycle time and program generates geometry to customer requirements.
- Assist in the design of required tools and gages, support changes to existing tools and fixture as improvements are identified.
- Create, update and maintain operation sequence sheets for either new orders, or in support process improvements.
- Analyze engineering drawings for materials, process fabrication and design elements.
- Prepare flow charts, documents and sequence logic and write complete sequence of machine operations necessary to complete cycle.
- Support lean activities both within the Engineering group and across the organization.
- Five or more years direct experience in multi-axis (5 Plus) and general CNC machining/programming experience with lathes, milling machines, grinding equipment, and laser cutting machines programming with nickel based alloys and stainless steels in Aerospace machining operations.
- Proficient in performing full set-ups, program edits, and holding high precision tolerances.
- Ability to program in appropriate programming language using either a CAD/CAM terminal and/or manually.
- Proficient in 3D modeling (ex. Solid Works, Unigraphics) and CNC CAM programming software (Ex. MasterCam).
- Excellent communication skills required and ability to communicate change(s) effectively.
- Experience contributing ideas for continuous improvement of existing systems and processes.
- Some tool design experience.
- Experience debugging programs and working closely with shop floor and inspection personnel.
- BS Degree in related engineering discipline desirable and/or equivalent experience.
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