Die Builder, Die Builder Helper, CNC Machine Operator
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS - Day Shift Only Openings: •Die Builder •Die Builder Helper •CNC Machine Operator
Benefits: BCBS, Dental Insurance and 401k offered
Tool and die makers construct precision tools or metal forms, called dies, that are used to cut, shape, and form metal and other materials. They produce jigs and fixtures—devices that hold metal while it is bored, stamped, or drilled—and gauges and other measuring devices. What is a CNC operator? A CNC operator works in the metalworking industry, producing machine parts using a computer numerical control machine. As a CNC operator, you operate CNC machines and routers and employ computer programming skills to sculpt and finish component prototypes. This job makes you a critical member of any industrial engineering team. Due to the nature of the work, CNC operators undertake rigorous training to accurately operate their machines and maintain the required high-quality standards. CNC operator tasks CNC operators work on machinery to cut, sculpt, and finish machine component prototypes. You can make anything from car parts to metal tools and hardware supplies. Additionally, you assign quality control checks from time to time and report any issues to CNC programmers to make necessary machine adjustments. Typically, CNC operators work in a factory setting, and job responsibilities differ depending on where you are in your career.