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Prescott Metal Custom Sheet Metal
The CNC Operator will work with CNC Punch, CNC Laser, and CNC Brake Press machines. The ideal candidate is someone flexible, willing to learn and willing to contribute to the team where ever needed.
Essential Job Functions
- Sets stops or guides to specified length as indicated by scale, ruler, or template.
Sharpen and maintain tooling for peak performance.
Maintain log of preventive maintenance on daily/weekly schedule according to manufacturer’s recommendations.
Alert supervisor of any maintenance or repairs that require outside services.
Observe tool and machine operation to detect work piece defects or machine malfunction.
Maintain all tooling.
Notify the Engineering/Programming of worn or broken tooling.
Notify the supervisor of any problems and suggested changes that will allow jobs to run more efficiently.
Keep the area clean neat and orderly to prevent slips, trips, and falls.
Consider pallet weight and stacking methods to maintain safe capacity.
Restock and maintain inventory of material drops/maintain material storage.
Miscellaneous duties as assigned to help Prescott Metal achieve its goals.
- Verify material type each sheet.
Verify material thickness each sheet.
Check for any material defects or damage.
Verify grain direction if applicable each nest (combination of jobs on one sheet).
Verify quantity each nest.
Check all hole sizes on first piece to verify correct tooling setup.
Minimum Qualifications/Technical Knowledge Required:
- Ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Ability to interpret Job Travelers (work orders).
A valid fork truck operator license and certified on the battery-operated pallet jack.
Understand cut lists and Bill of Materials (BOM).
Ability to identify material types and gauges of metal.
Ability to read job specifications to determine machine adjustments.
Ability to read tape measure, Vernier, and dial caliper.
Convert decimals and fractions, related to what shows on the Job Traveler/blueprints.
Understand how to position sheet stock against clamps as per job specifications.