CNC Lathe Machinist
2nd Shift CNC Lathe Machinist
A client of ours up in Lake Zurich is looking for a 2nd Shift CNC Machinist. They will be working from 4:00PM to 2:30AM, Monday through Friday and making anywhere from $20 to $28p/hour. The ideal candidate would have 3 to 4 years of experience working with CNC Lathes. A few must haves are:
- Experience on CNC lathes a must (Daewoo, Okuma, etc.)
- Basic operation of CNC equipment (load material, cycle start, unload material)
- Perform setup operations on dual spindle, live tooling machines
- Stack/unload product per instructions and any other material handling as stated
- Must have competency to change inserts within 6 months
- Must have competency to make offsets within 3 months
- Effectively communicate with co-workers and management
- Production quantity entered accurately in ERP system
- Accurately input job data per MBP MMS requirements
- Accurately measure part per inspection requirements, utilizing various gaging and metrology equipment
- Participate in any team activity as needed
- Be seen as a “go-to” person to get work accomplished
- Experience working with tight tolerances
If interested. Please send over a qualified resume.
- What types of CNC machine’s did you work with there?
- What were the brand/names of these CNC machines?
- Mori Seiki, Okuma, Doosan, Daewoo
- What type of material were you working with?
- Nickel Aluminum Bronze, Aluminum Bronze, Manganese Bronze, Beryllium Copper, Toughmet, Stainless Steel
- How many axis’s were these CNC machines?
- 2-7 Axis CNC turning
- How many of these machines were you responsible for while on the clock?
- Did you perform your own set ups? If so, walk me through what a normal set up looked like!
- Yes. Adjust & check out programming and tools
- How many set up’s did you have to perform per shift?
- Depends on the SU
- Did you change out your own tooling? Was it live tooling or stationary? Did you have to make your own tooling?
- Yes – change out own tooling.
- No – you don’t have to make your own tooling.
- What tolerances did you have to work with on these machines?
- +/- .0005
- Did you have to do any programming or edits?
- Were you responsible for 100% inspection of your finished material? What type of gauges did you use?
- Yes. CMM, caliper, micrometer, bore gage, groove gage, thread plug gage, flatness gages, QM height gage, std. height gage. This position should/will become a certified 1st piece inspector
- Did you fabricate your own parts? If so, what types of fabrication did you have to perform?