Posted in Manufacturing 9 days ago.
Responsible for all activities required to fabricate, reproduce, or modify tooling, fixtures, existing parts or products as assigned by the supervisor.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Work from sketches, prints, models, or verbal instruction by utilizing sophisticated metal and plastic working equipment. Provide programs, processes to produce tooling/fixtures. This is not an exhaustive list of duties or functions and may not necessarily comprise all of the "essential functions" for purposes of the ADA. Shift 2
Expected Areas of Competence
• Attention to detail. • Working knowledge of stainless steel, titanium, Zimaloy, UHMPWE plastic, ceramics, cold and hot rolled steel, brass, tool steels, aluminum, wood, rubber, and castings. • A good working knowledge of CNC equipment as well as conventional metal cutting and plastic working equipment. • Capable of laying out work in the most cost-effective manner from the information available. • Capable of working in a team-based environment. • Ability to effectively organize and prioritize multiple projects.
• A four year federally approved Tool & Die Apprenticeship Program or have eight years of employer documented experience as a Tool & Die Maker; or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Tool & Die Apprenticeship Certification. • Experience with CAD systems with a strong background in Unigraphics.