I have worked with CNC's for three years and I have worked with mills and lathes over a year. I've worked with vertical mills but didn't have a chance to work with EDM's or five axis mills. I was reading programming but not writing. Was trying to learn set-ups but they were slow to teach. I would love this opportunity to go back to school. I don't look at this as a job I look at this as a career move.
Efficiently machined small and large parts to tolerances of [.001] or less.
There was only one part that we had where the tolerance was that tight. I have milled and turned countless numbers of parts with tolerances of +-.005.
I started out turning spindles and moved into the shop milling different parts. Also did grinding on different parts.
Turned or milled parts to tolerances also ran a press brake on occasion. Did some grinding and heat treating of parts also. Made appropriate offset corrections for tool wear, broken tools and casting variations. Gauged and maintained tolerances on grinding diameters, depths, squareness and parallelism.
Worked at BAE Systems as a spreader operator, Colgate as a packer and Helm Tool & Die in the spindle dept.
Worked at Howmet Castings in kiln dept, BOS Automotive building cargo covers and running a spreader and TRW Automotive in the Housing dept running a CNC.
Worked at TRW Automotive in the Housing dept. running a CNC.
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