Spinning Technician: Spincraft MA
- Work with complex Spinning Machines, Trimming Compounds or simple machine tools.
- Set-up, spin, trim all types of jobs, repeat, pre-engineered or new in metals such as aluminum, Inconel, copper, and brass.
- Use overhead cranes, fork lifts, and fork truck and various hand tools.
- Trained to set-up and operate machines while maintaining safety and productivity.
- Is able to work overtime as required.
- Follow Production drawings and instructions.
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED), plus 3-10 years’ experience spinning, metal forming or machining.
- Ability to read/write and comprehend instructions, use computer to enter data.
- Certification in overhead crane operation and inspection, fork truck and lifts. Hazcom and other machine specific safety training preferred.
A. CLIMBING OCCASIONALLY To climb on top of spin tooling
FREQUENTLY To climb up steps of the #3 spin lathe
B. BENDING/STOOPING OCCASIONALLY To load and unload steel parts
C. KNEELING OCCASIONALLY To load and unload steel parts
D. CRAWLING OCCASIONALLLY To load and unload steel parts from Spinner
E. LIFTING OCCASIONALLY 75-100 lbs to lift compound lifting poles
FREQUENTLY 25-50 lbs to lift compound lifting poles
HEAVIEST The heaviest weight lifted 100 lbs.
F. CARRYING OCCASIONALLY 75-100 lbs to carry compound lifting rods
FREQUENTLY 25-50 lbs to carry various parts and tools
G. PUSHING OCCASIONALLY When using Allen wrench to load and unload steel parts from lathe.
H. PULLING OCCASIONALLY When using a wrench to secure machines to floor.
I. REACHING OCCASIONALLY To turn on/off torch valve at a height of 6 feet.
J. HANDLING OCCAISIONALLY To use heavy machine tools.
K. FINGERING OCCASIONALLY To regulate torch valves