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CMM OPERATOR

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CMM OPERATOR





OVERVIEW: Utilizing the coordinate measuring machine to measure parts, prototypes, and check fixtures to blueprint. This position is for 2nd shift.




ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



Layout parts, gages, checking fixtures for validation/certification.



Create master sample parts based on inspection reports.



Maintain a master sample inventory list for use by the company in accordance with SOP requirements.



Reads and interprets blueprints in accordance with standard layout practices.



Compiles measurement information to determine part/fixture fitness.



Operate CM equipment for capability studies.




OTHER FUNCTIONS



? Loads and unloads gages and fixtures.



? Uses measuring instruments (other than CMM) including height gages, calipers, micrometers, and other mechanical layout tools.



? Types and distributes reports on work completed.



? Uses hand tools to repair gages.



? Clean parts/fixtures as needed.



? Calibrate CMM.



? Summarizes compiled information for publishing and distribution.



? Performs preventative maintenance on coordinate measuring machine.



? Maintains and checks layout tools.



? Contacts and receives computer graphics data for programming purposes.



? Reads various reports/forms and follows-up as appropriate.


? Reviews and searches for layout products to enhance performance.



? Creates, edits and maintains files for future reference.




This job description does not list all the job duties. Occasionally, supervisors or managers may ask you to perform other duties. Your evaluation is based in part upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description and these other duties. Management has the right to revise this job description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment, and either you or the employer may terminate employment at any time, for any reason.









Job Requirements


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS


The following are required to enable jobholders to perform the essential functions of the job.



(1) Skills/Knowledge



Must be computer literate including word processing and excel spreadsheets.


Must be able to read blueprints.


Must have knowledge of all measurement instruments.


Must know CMM capability (specifically Brown and Sharp).


Must understand basic mathematics and geometry.


Must have a complete understanding of GD & T.


Must produce computer generated graphs and SPC charts.


Must have knowledge of weld inspection.


Must demonstrate CAD knowledge.


Must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.


Must be able to perform preventative maintenance and calibration on CMM.


Must demonstrate knowledge of metrology.


Must be able to visualize the geometry of a workpiece.


Must secure Hilo license and operate Hilo.



(2) Experience/education



Must possess a high school diploma plus apprenticeship completion of a four (4) year


training program qualifying for journeyman (or equivalent) Layout Inspector Card and






CMM OPERATOR





OVERVIEW: Utilizing the coordinate measuring machine to measure parts, prototypes, and check fixtures to blueprint. This position is for 2nd shift.




ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



Layout parts, gages, checking fixtures for validation/certification.



Create master sample parts based on inspection reports.



Maintain a master sample inventory list for use by the company in accordance with SOP requirements.



Reads and interprets blueprints in accordance with standard layout practices.



Compiles measurement information to determine part/fixture fitness.



Operate CM equipment for capability studies.




OTHER FUNCTIONS



? Loads and unloads gages and fixtures.



? Uses measuring instruments (other than CMM) including height gages, calipers, micrometers, and other mechanical layout tools.



? Types and distributes reports on work completed.



? Uses hand tools to repair gages.



? Clean parts/fixtures as needed.



? Calibrate CMM.



? Summarizes compiled information for publishing and distribution.



? Performs preventative maintenance on coordinate measuring machine.



? Maintains and checks layout tools.



? Contacts and receives computer graphics data for programming purposes.



? Reads various reports/forms and follows-up as appropriate.


? Reviews and searches for layout products to enhance performance.



? Creates, edits and maintains files for future reference.




This job description does not list all the job duties. Occasionally, supervisors or managers may ask you to perform other duties. Your evaluation is based in part upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description and these other duties. Management has the right to revise this job description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment, and either you or the employer may terminate employment at any time, for any reason.









Job Requirements


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS


The following are required to enable jobholders to perform the essential functions of the job.



(1) Skills/Knowledge



Must be computer literate including word processing and excel spreadsheets.


Must be able to read blueprints.


Must have knowledge of all measurement instruments.


Must know CMM capability (specifically Brown and Sharp).


Must understand basic mathematics and geometry.


Must have a complete understanding of GD & T.


Must produce computer generated graphs and SPC charts.


Must have knowledge of weld inspection.


Must demonstrate CAD knowledge.


Must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.


Must be able to perform preventative maintenance and calibration on CMM.


Must demonstrate knowledge of metrology.


Must be able to visualize the geometry of a workpiece.


Must secure Hilo license and operate Hilo.



(2) Experience/education



Must possess a high school diploma plus apprenticeship completion of a four (4) year


training program qualifying for journeyman (or equivalent) Layout Inspector Card and




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