CNC Mill Set Up Mechanic
Join a dynamic fast paced company that is a privately held ISO-9001 precision metal manufacturer. Their customers include medical, military, telecommunications and many other industries.
3+ years’ experience setting up precision CNC milling centers Not Lathe/turning All applicants must take Metalcrafters machinist test to qualify for possible employment. CNC mills use computer controls to cut different materials. They are able to translate programs consisting of specific numbers and letters to move the spindle (or workpiece) to various locations and depths. Many use G-code, which is a standardized programming language that many CNC machines understand, while others use proprietary languages created by their manufacturers. These proprietary languages, while often simpler than G-code, are not transferable to other machines. CNC mills have many functions including face milling, shoulder milling, tapping, drilling and some even offer turning. Standard linear CNC mills are limited to 3 axis (X, Y, and Z), but others may also have one or more rotational axes.