Spinner II - 2nd Shift: Spincraft WI
Posted on Jan 22, 2017 | Email Poster
Spincraft WI, New Berlin Facility
2nd Shift: 3:30 pm - 12.00 am
2nd Shift: 3:30 pm - 12.00 am
- Demonstrates ability to read and interpret work order, blueprints, and specifications to determine machine setup, type of material or part, quantity, and finish dimensions.
- Operate CNC spinning equipment
- Able to operate and set up CNC, hydraulic and hand spin lathe to meet desired specifications.
- Reads and executes approved Process Control Sheets (PCS) and provides engineering feedback to improve
- Determine the necessary spin tools such as chucks, rollers and trimming tools necessary for the production of spun parts.
- Measures and marks cutting and trimming lines on part, using measuring instruments, scriber, or marking pen.
- Installs and aligns machine accessories, such as rollers, tailstock, and headstock
- Manipulates machine controls, to achieve optimal forces and spin pattern.
- Cuts and trims parts by, controlling movement of part secured in fixture or on work positioner, or entering commands to retrieve and start preprogrammed cutting or trimming instructions to part.
- Measures dimensions of finished part, using measuring instruments, such as micrometers, calipers, and dial indicators, or check fixture.
- Operates and controls torch/heat input to part to achieve desired material temp
- May trim, sand, and drill parts, using shop equipment
- Documents actions by completing production and quality logs.
- Capable of following directions
- Can complete tasks on his or her own
- Takes responsibility and able to work independently
- Demonstrates customer focus by seeking out, understanding, and responding to the needs of internal customers
- Contributes to continuously improving the process/product
- Capable of working in team environment
- Trains others by openly sharing information, knowledge and expertise with the team
- Updates job knowledge as required
- May be trained in Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost (SQDC).
- Comply with all company rules including company safety policy and all federal, state, local, and other safety regulations and practices. As outlined in Spincraft Safety Manual
- Use personal protective equipment and devices provided for machinery, equipment, tools and processes, when defined in PCS, Company Safety Policy, Job Safety Analysis or Management direction.
- Report all accidents and injuries immediately to your supervisor.
- Report all unsafe conditions to their supervisors
- Integrity to act responsibly for the well-being of people, the preservation of property and business continuity.
- Actively engaged in EH&S, sharing innovative ideas and taking positive actions to contribute to the achievement of EH&S activities\
- Maintains equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following Company instructions;
- Maintains continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
- Tools, equipment and gauges are stored and maintained as defined by company standards
- Keeps work area clean and organized to company standards/expectations
- Daily cleaning and sweeping of work area, tools and equipment
- Empty of trash and waste as needed
- Personal items removed from work stations
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
- Minimum 3+ years proven experience in operating/setting up CNC and Manual Spin lathe
- Ability to read understand blueprint requirements and ability to interpret geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T).
- CNC Machine Tool schooling or relative experience
- Experience in programming with G code or Spin Cad
- Forklift experience