Hydromat Machine Operator

Company Name:
Americore Employment
3rd shift
General Duties:
Set-up and operate one or more hydromat machines equipped with automatic indexing and feeding mechanism to perform series of machining operations on metal bar stock.
Specific Duties/Responsibilities:
Ability to read and interpret blueprints/job orders for such information as dimensions, tolerances, and number of parts to be machined.
Perform machine tooling setup.
Manually load metal bar stock into feeding mechanism. Start machine and observe operation.
Verify conformance of sample parts to specifications, using preset gauges, micrometers and dial indicators. Use Statistical Process Control techniques.
Replace worn tools. Adjust machine controls and change tool settings to keep dimensions within specified tolerances.
Operate single and/or multiple hydromat machines, as needed.
Experience with particular material or product or machine or particular size, type, or trade name may be required.
Instruct and assist other workers as necessary.
Overtime required when needed. This may include Saturdays and/or Sundays.
Such other machining and operating duties as requested.
Physical Requirements:
Liftingand loading bar stock into machine, lifting and moving parts throughout the day.Approximate weight range 10-50lbs.
Hand-eye coordinationand finger dexterity to perform machinist functions.
Walking, standing and sitting ability for extended periods of time.
Ability to work in a noisy environment.
Will have contact with Oils/Solvents.
Some Oil/Solvent misting will be present.

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