Posted on Mar. 21, 2018
CNC Machine Operator
Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating CNC machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.
Understanding specifications reading blueprints, mechanical drawings etc.
Translate instructions into computer commands so machines can perform correct functions.
Prepare and load materials and parts onto the machines.
prepare a test run to check machines.
Set machines to complete full cycles to fabricate parts.
Supervise the machines while they execute task and make adjustments if needed.
inspect and measure finished products and compare with requirements to determine if the process has been completed properly.
Check and maintain machinery daily to ensure functionality.
programs mills and lathes by enetring instructions, including zero and reference points: setting tool registers, offsets, compensation and conditional switches; calculating requirements, including basic math, geometry, and providing part programs.
Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
Maintains specifications by observing drilling, grooving, and cutting, including turning, facing, knurling, and thread chasing operations: taking measurements, detecting malfunctions,