Top Numerical Control Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Numerical Control Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Numerical Control Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 28.4% of Numerical Control Operator resumes contained Inspect Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Numerical Control Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Numerical Control Operator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Inspect Parts

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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Coordinate with Quality Control to inspect parts for dimensional accuracy.
  • Debut parts, Inspect parts, keep parts in tolerance, change tooling bits and set the offset of new bit.
  • Assemble aluminum parts for cars, operate machine processing for accuracy, inspect parts for defects, cleaning of work station.
  • Retrieve programs from main frame, load into machine, alter tooling, edit programs, run orders and inspect parts.
  • Inspect parts at precision low tolerances to ensure product conformity, and accurately keeping record through process control data sheets.
  • Put parts in the furnace* Took parts to and from the lines* Inspect parts to make sure they weren't damaged
  • Load and unload CNC lathe perform checks on parts inspect parts for defects and ensure good parts are being ran.
  • Do daily maintenance, load raw material, Use simple commands to operate machine, inspect parts according to blue prints
  • Trained in the use of precision measurement tools to inspect parts produced and keep within specified tolerances and quality standards
  • Review Blueprints, Read and edit CNC programs, Operate CNC Machine, Inspect parts for accuracy and damage.
  • Job Duties: Set-up and operate Cone ID Grinders, Rib honers, and inspect parts for specs
  • Inspect parts using fine measurement tools and microscopes to detect defects and specifications out of tolerance.
  • Skilled CNC machine operator that can read blueprints, inspect parts, and set up machines.
  • Use precision measurement instruments to inspect parts (micrometers, calibers, gauges, etc.)
  • Record, and Inspect parts for cosmetic, hole to edge, thematic and identification discrepancies.
  • Inspect parts to quality's standards, set-up puma lathe, and set-up forge press.
  • Operate CNC lathes, mills, and grinders* Do quick change overs* Inspect parts for quality
  • Operate, Maintain to my CNC lathe as well as hold tight tolerances and inspect parts
  • Inspect parts using calipers, micrometers, drop and depth indicators per blue print requirements.
  • Record first-article dimensions and inspect parts for burrs, finish quality, and tolerances.

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2. Lathe Machines

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Here's how Lathe Machines is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Monitored multiple lathe machines simultaneously.
  • Trained new employees on the operation of CNC lathe machines as well as inspection of final product for shipment.
  • Operated CNC Lathe machines and inspected parts with tolerances of up to .001 to ensure they met quality standards.
  • Operated 4 separate lathe machines for a possible maximum total of 8 cutting heads when department was under staffed.
  • Operate set-up, repair, and stock CNC, Acme-Gridley, and Modern Lathe Machines.
  • Set up and ran 3-Axis CNC and lathe machines in production of high precision parts.
  • Performed routine maintenance on lathe machines including changing cleaning and sharpening of tools and attachments.
  • Operate CNC mill and lathe machines to manufacture parts for bikes and other products.
  • Worked on 2 CNC-robot lathe machines for small parts and trained new people.
  • Certified to operate, maintain, and input offsets on CNC lathe machines.
  • Worked on Lathe Machines, and other CNC machines making product for the company
  • Set up and operated CNC horizontal lathe machines for brass parts and fixtures.
  • Operate CNC Lathe Machines for Production of Couplings for Oil and Gas industry.
  • Worked primarily with CNC lathe machines, operating as well as setup.
  • Operated and maintained CNC lathe machines for the production of contact lenses.
  • Gauge parts to meet requirements for the lathe machines in the shop.
  • Operate and maintain different styles of CNC Lathe machines for production.
  • Operated Puma 200,250, and Okuma35 machines Operated Mill and Lathe machines
  • Worked on multiple machines such as Drill Press and Lathe machines.
  • Set up and programming of CNC lathe machines in shop setting.

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3. Set-Up

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Here's how Set-Up is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Machine set-up/clean up Measuring meters Inspection of product Shrink wrap machine operator Trouble shooting Off-set Machine operator
  • Performed proper set-up and calibration procedures for all equipment.
  • Machine-required set-up and tuning according to wheel specifications.
  • Executed production of precision part fabrication set-ups.
  • Assembled set-up for various production requirements.
  • Machine operator * Set-up and maintenance
  • Interpreted complex engineering drawings and sketches to plan, set-up and operate CNC machines in a high-precision environment with complex parts.
  • Do all set-ups on the machine, programming, do measurements to 100% check, All required paperwork as well
  • Operated a variety of CNC machines making offset adjustments, changing inserts/tooling, checking parts, and making minor set-ups.
  • Started automatic operation of CNC cells to machine parts to verify part dimensions for set-up approval prior to production run.
  • Read blueprints, adjusted the set-up, including tool wear offsets and tool length offsets, and checked measurements.
  • Trained apprentices on set-up and operation of CNC boring bars, enhancing skills and confidence and improving performance effectiveness.
  • Changed set-up to accommodate for diameter of part using a Pitch-Mike to get a reading on threads of part.
  • Utilize part drawings, routers, set-up drawings, and instruction for guidance in setting work holding devices.
  • Operate Haas 3-axis CNC mills, perform first article inspection and basic set-ups with the use of fixtures.
  • Run variety milling machines and lathe completing in-process inspection paper work to each part and set-up lay outs.
  • Clear understanding of CNC machines and operations from job set-ups, to inspection of parts against job specifications.
  • Operate CNC mill to perform threading and machining operations as well as set-up and operation of the mill.
  • Inspect first-run piece after set-up and spot check specifications using micrometers, precision dial gauges, and calipers.
  • Interpreted CNC machine set-up sheets and created the necessary set-ups for producing the part/s to be machined.

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4. Micrometers

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Here's how Micrometers is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Calculate dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and instruments such as micrometers and calipers
  • Inspected machined parts to verify conformance to specifications using digital micrometers.
  • Checked and inspected finished pieces using calipers and micrometers.
  • Utilized dial micrometers for close tolerance quality control.
  • Utilized measuring equipment, including micrometers and verniers.
  • Performed measurements using micrometers and calipers.
  • Experience using micrometers and calipers.
  • Assessed product quality using micrometers.
  • Experience with electronic test equipment such as: micrometers, calipers, amp probe, oscilloscope, signal generator, etc.
  • Inspect product using visual and measuring tools such as dial calipers, micrometers, veneers, and other tools of measurement.
  • Experience with various quality checking gauges such as micrometers, calipers, digital height stands capable of measuring to ten-thousandths tolerance.
  • Use machine shop measuring tools and gauges, such as: Vernier calipers, snap micrometers, ball micrometers and rules.
  • Inspected pieces throughout a production run, using measuring instruments, like fixed gauges, calipers, and also micrometers.
  • Used calipers and micrometers to test finished parts to ensure the dimensions were in line with the company's specifications.
  • Operated forklifts and large over-head cranes for shipping and receiving duties as well as micrometers and other quality assurance instruments.
  • Make sure that all parts meet the specifications, using micrometers, calipers, bore gauges, and thread gauges.
  • Use various tools and equipment, such as calipers and micrometers, to measure and adjust parts to ensure conformity.
  • Used various types of lathes, micrometers, calipers, 2k data collectors, blue print reading and specification charts.
  • Operated micrometers, dial and digital calipers, thread gauges, go/no-go pins and other measuring tools and equipment.
  • Verify conformance of parts to stock list and blueprints using measuring instruments such as calipers, gauge and micrometers.

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5. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Followed safety operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations throughout the work place.
  • Managed safety procedures and trained 10 personnel on proper usage of woodworking machinery.
  • Complied to and enforced company specific safety procedures and regulations.
  • Adhered to safety procedures and regulations by maintaining safe operations.
  • Follow safety procedures and adhere to established quality policies
  • Trained regularly in safety procedures.
  • Operated and ran CNC lathes to specifications and safety procedures- Utilized measuring instruments and read blue prints to assure quality output
  • Demonstrated equipment operations, work and safety procedures to new employees, or assigned employees to experienced workers for training.
  • Maintained the work area and equipment in a clean, orderly condition and followed safety procedures.
  • Wear protective equipment, follow safety procedures, & maintain a safe work environment.
  • Followed all safety procedures including lock out/tag out in order to prevent accidents.
  • Observe all safety procedures and maintain housekeeping in assigned work areas.
  • Follow all safety procedures for personnel and equipment.
  • Followed all safety procedures and company guide lines.
  • Complied with all safety procedures and regulations.
  • Comply and observe all safety procedures.
  • Maintained safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations Loaded feed mechanism by lifting stock into position.
  • Maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations -Maintain equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Follow directions finish tasks when givin follow safety procedures dependable and responsible.
  • Utilized and abided by company's requirements and safety procedures.

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6. Fanuc

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Here's how Fanuc is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Manufacture of Firearm parts on Matsura-Fanuc vertical and horizontal machining centers.
  • Receive 2d drawings, generate programs on machine interface(FANUC) and run parts to proof.
  • Used FANUC controls, and M and G codes to alter programs for efficiency.
  • Experienced and familiarized with several makes and models of HAAS and machines FANUC robots.
  • Set up new programs and calibrated machine for new parts utilizing FANUC controls.
  • Read blue prints, loads and unloads products and knowledge of CNC-FANUC control.
  • Have familiarity with FANUC controls working on Hitachi-Seiki, and Haas NC lathes.
  • Exercised understanding and knowledge to operate FANUC 3101 and Siemens Controls.
  • Operated a multitude of CNC Lathes with FANUC and MAZAK Controls.
  • Upload and modify programs through FANUC controls via USB drive.
  • Interpreted and edited FANUC G-code programming.
  • Input offset adjustments using FANUC/MAZAK panels.
  • Operate CNC Lathe with FANUC robotics
  • Note: All CNC experience with FANUC controls.
  • Trained using FANUC and HAAS codes.
  • Operated CNC horizontal and vertical milling machines utilizing Fanuc controls to produce close-tolerance machined parts.
  • Set up and operated OKUMA CROWN CNC LATHES with OSP700L controls with attached Fanuc gantry robot that fed the machine.
  • G & L MC1600 FANUC 3101-A control Programmed and operated computer controlled machines to perform one or more functions.
  • Operated Puma 400L Fanuc machine and change wear offsets and Measured parts to verify compliance with precise specifications.
  • Assemble drive shafts and all other components for Fanuc robots by blueprint using assortment of shop tools.

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7. Mazak

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Here's how Mazak is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Machined various parts to customers specifications, Mostly ran Mazak
  • Acquired additional knowledge of Mazak machinery.
  • Steel fabrication Mazak Operator Utility Operator
  • Trained co-workers to operate numerically-controlled Okuma and MAZAK machines for drilling, reaming and milling cast iron and aluminum castings.
  • Manufactured different sizes of ball screws for blood test analyzer in shaft thread grinding running CNC Grinding Mazak, Mill.
  • Oversee the safe operations and maintenance of 14 Mazak 5 axis vertical milling machines in a production line environment.
  • Operated CNC Mazak machines to meet customer production needs while adhering to all safety protocols and safe work practices.
  • Machine operator, light programming and setup - mazak mill and lathe, brother drill and tap center.
  • Cross trained on 6 Mazak CNC machines and 2 Haas, vertical and horizontal mills and lathes.
  • Operated and ran set up of CNC Mazak 2 Axis Lathes generating parts for the aerospace field.
  • Set up on Mazak QT 350/250 to include*Write programs according to part profile on blueprint*Measure part O.D.
  • Operated the Mazak M-5N safely and efficiently throughout the day maintaining a safe and clean work area.
  • Operated CNC and set up machine like Mazak name and other milling, drilling, lathe machine.
  • Gained knowledge of Mazak M-code and conversational programming, changing offsets, (some) programming skills.
  • Supervised and trained employees on Mazak CNC Bending Machine, and conducted safety and quality inspections.
  • Operate CNC Mazak Horizontal Mill set-up and programming (MazakUltra 650 CNC Horizontal Machining Center).
  • Operated Mazak Quick Turn Nexus 250-II MSY CNC Turning Center, with Matrix Nexus 2 control.
  • Maintain a Mazak M-5 by replacing coolant, jack oils, and slide way oil.
  • Operated and maintained Mazak CNC Lathes according to blueprint specifications to hold tolerances of .005.
  • Trained other production staff how to configure, adjust, and operate the Mazak lathe.

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8. Drill Press

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Experienced with precision measurement, welding, layout, grinding, sawing/cutting, drill presses, Punch press and forklift operation.
  • Operate efficiently and accurately all mill working tools/machines, table saw, sander, planers, drill press, band saw.
  • Operated a CNC machine, drill press, and a turret lathe, and was responsible for the inspection of parts.
  • Position also included daily operation of manual mill, lathe, saw, drill press, and manual and automatic grinders.
  • Operate ACRLOC drill press to form holes in wrench blades, while meeting quality, productivity waste and safety goals.
  • Operated various other machine shop applications such as; Band Saw, Table Grinder, Sandblaster, and Drill Press.
  • Worked with CNC machines, drill presses and lathes to produce metal baffles for exhaust fans and other various metal parts
  • Operated mills, lathes, horizontal mills, CNC, and drill press along with overhead 40 ton cranes.
  • Operated CNC lathe, conventional lathe, conventional mills, 3-axis CNC mills, CNC drill, drill press.
  • Major Functions: Operated NC Mills, engine lathes, manual milling machines, drill presses and cutoff saws.
  • Machine operator in fabrication of parts for airplane and oil industries *Drill press and crane operator, heat treat technician
  • Assist a team of co-workers in inspecting parts, stamping parts, thread rolling, and drill press operations.
  • Tended machines, such as drill press, punch press and punch and ream aluminum parts for glass framework.
  • Required to run CNC machines, wire welder, drill press, lathe, mills and surface grinders.
  • Operated forklift, overhead cranes, micrometers, Rockwell hardness testers, drill presses and misc other tasks.
  • Drill press operator used the drill press to drill various holes in various parts that were needed.
  • Drill press, track burner and burned cylinders to the right dimensions and repaired shell plates.
  • Operated machinery, drill press, lathe, cut off, and setup machine for production.
  • Performed secondary machining which included operating mills, drill presses and various other types of machinery.
  • Started out in the Secondary Department, using drill presses, speed lathes and broach machines.

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9. Okuma

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Here's how Okuma is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Selected, aligned and secured holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories and materials on OKUMA LOC-650 HORIZONTAL LATHE
  • Work with different machines suck as OKUMA, CALYPSO DUAL, and CARL ZEISS also used Siemens controllers.
  • Trained to operate OKUMA and GILDEMIESTER Machining Operating Systems and SIEMENS Controllers.
  • Used manual and CNC mills(HAAS), lathes(HAAS)and(OKUMA) and surface grinders.
  • Operate CNC Milling and boring machines names BROTHER, OKUMA, MATSUURA with FANUC control.
  • Experience on machines like HAAS'S and OKUMAS!!
  • Operated okuma lathes, operated horizontal machining center
  • Set up and operate horizontal okuma mill
  • Run production on Mori-Seiki CNC Horizontal Mill and Okuma CNC Horizontal Mill as well as making Work and Tool Offset adjustments.
  • Job responsibilities include operating CNC lathes-both 4NE and Okuma, quality control using precision measurement tools, and minor logistical functions.
  • Worked for Del West Engineering as a CNC lathe operator making valve stems for racing cars on Yokuma machines.
  • Assisted with the development of 5s and created work instructions for all jobs ran on the Okuma CNC mill.
  • Operate Okuma double spindle CNC lathes to make pulleys to blueprint specification within tolerances as low as.
  • Operated Okuma CNC machining center, CNC lathe and did set-up work for surface grinders.
  • Operated an Okuma CNC lathe producing parts to within one thousandth of an inch tolerance.
  • Set - up and production of End Finisher and Production support of Okuma lathes.
  • Operate Large Okuma CNC-Mac Turn 550 & 50 turning centers with live tooling.
  • Operate Okuma lathes, adjusting offsets and editing programs to meet customer requirements.
  • Set up and operated Okuma numerical control machines to perform various machine functions.
  • Operated an Okuma lathe with a high skill of expertise and safety.

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10. Machine Operation

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Here's how Machine Operation is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
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  • Inspected for defects/ assessed accuracy of machine operation using rules/ templates and other measuring instruments.
  • Recognized, detected and identified irregularities in machine operations and properly responded to these occurrences.
  • Company provided extended training in machine operation and programming while employed on manufacturing floor.
  • Loaded machine started and observed machine operations to detect malfunctions and out-of-tolerance machining.
  • Administered programming and machine operations while improving efficiency and equipment restoration processes.
  • Started and observed machine operations to detect malfunctions and out-of -tolerance machining.
  • Started and over seen machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining.
  • Machine Operation to produce ball and taper bearing for automotive applications CNC operator/Set-Up
  • Review program specifications or blueprints to determine and set machine operations.
  • Set up machine operations based upon blueprint readings and engineering information.
  • Observe CNC machine operation to detect malfunction or out-of-tolerance machining.
  • Started machine operations by inputting control instructions into control units.
  • Monitor machine operation and display readouts to detect malfunctions.
  • Measured work-piece dimensions to determine accuracy of machine operation.
  • Debugged programs for proper and improved machine operation.
  • Supervised and trained temporary employees on machine operations.
  • Introduced more efficient procedures for multiple machine operation.
  • Assisted maintenance and engineers on machine operations.
  • Identified and resolved problems with machine operation.

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11. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Perform inspections and machined parts using hand tools and precision measurement equipment including computerized measurement machines.
  • Lift steel couplings manually or using hoists, and position and secure them in machines, using fasteners and hand tools.
  • Operate hand tools, drill press and tap Complete all necessary paperwork to maintain logs and list and files for job.
  • Used precision measuring and layout tools, along with hand tools to ensure quality standards and customer specifications were adhered.
  • Assemble cutting tools in tool holders and position in machine spindles as specified using hand tools or insert cutting tools.
  • Selected and installed cutting tool, stylus and other accessories according to specifications, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Removed rough spots and smoothed surfaces to fit, trim and clean parts, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Set up and operated CNC milling machines and lathes to produce parts for cable hand tools & fiber optics.
  • Selected and installed machine components such as dyes, molds, and cutters using hand tools and measuring devices.
  • Mount, install, align, and secure tools on machines, using hand tools and, measuring instruments.
  • Align, fit, or assemble component parts using hand tools, power tools, to set up fixtures.
  • Executed bench machines and hand tools to work and shape fittings and assembling machine parts for metal stock.
  • Inspected parts visually for quality and proper tolerances, using calipers and other hand tools to measure parts.
  • Repaired and replaced machine parts, using hand tools and notifies engineering personnel when corrective action was required.
  • Installed and replaced cutting knives, blades and wheels, in cutting machine, using hand tools.
  • Dislodged and cleared jammed materials and other items, from machinery and equipment, using hand tools.
  • Perform minor assembly such as fastening parts with nuts or screws using power tools or hand tools.
  • Worked with all types of industrial woodworking tools from high tech to basic machinery and hand tools.
  • Operated a Forklift, Grinder, Drill Press, 2 Ton Ceiling Cranes and Various Hand Tools.
  • Position, secure, and align cutting tools in tool holders on machines, using hand tools.

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12. Quality Checks

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Here's how Quality Checks is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Perform required quality checks on material, complete company safety training and follow safety policies and procedures
  • Perform various quality checks to ensure that product meets operation and customer specifications.
  • Perform continuous visual and manual quality checks in accordance with standardized guidelines.
  • Performed quality checks using gauges, calipers according to specifications.
  • Preformed quality checks using calipers and other measurement tools.
  • Monitored operators for quality checks and production goals.
  • Performed all quality checks to blueprint specifications.
  • Completed quality checks using micrometers and calipers.
  • Performed quality checks and documented dimensions per print
  • Performed quality checks and maintained equipment.
  • Utilized calibrated measuring equipment to perform in process product quality checks of blister strips and contact lenses for defects and deviations.
  • Performed 2hr quality checks using height gauges, leak testing, caliper micrometers, and machine welding while operating CNC Machine.
  • Offset inputs to correct out of tolerance difference Quality checks on every part to make sure parts are within specified boundaries.
  • Machine Operator: in charge of running 7 valve head grinding machines and doing the quality checks during the running process.
  • Mill operators are required to gauge parts and do hourly quality checks, tools are changed by shift tool setter.
  • Operate CNC lathes and mills Perform offsets and insert changes Perform quality checks with calipers and maintain paperwork Read blueprints
  • Handled quality checks of materials to insure products met the needs of our customers and was fit for use.
  • Use of micrometers, calibers, bore calipers, height stands and other various tools for continuous quality checks.
  • Meet production needs daily, Gauge parts regularly, Quality checks, Complete daily paperwork, Weekly inventory.
  • Performed quality checks with dial calipers, thread gauges, pin gauges, digital calipers and digital micrometers.

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13. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment and ensure adherence to manufacturer instruction and perform troubleshooting on all processes.
  • Followed preventative maintenance procedures on equipment as prescribed by the supervisor and report operating difficulties of equipment.
  • Developed and implemented a preventative maintenance program which kept the machine operating efficiently and achieving zero downtime.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on machines and troubleshoot computer programs on machines to provide more efficient operation.
  • Performed designated operator preventative maintenance duties, maintained proper levels of hydraulic fluids for work
  • Maintained machines by completing preventative maintenance requirements such as trouble shooting and repairs.
  • Preform preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of industrial production machinery.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment and machines in a timely and cost-effective manner.
  • Performed minor routine preventative maintenance/troubleshooting and replenish oils and coolants as needed.
  • Maintain records of repairs or preventative maintenance operations and procedures.
  • Performed preventative maintenance including oiling, adding coolant and cleaning.
  • Maintain mechanical equipment operations by completing inspections and preventative maintenance.
  • Developed and implemented a preventative maintenance program for production equipment.
  • Monitored machines, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting possible machine issues.
  • Perform daily preventative maintenance to equipment to ensure proper operation.
  • Maintained equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirement and procedures.
  • Performed preventative maintenance to include optical cleaning and calibration.
  • Maintained equipment through preventative maintenance and scheduled maintenance programs.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and conducted repairs as needed.
  • Recorded weekly preventative maintenance documentation on machining equipment.

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14. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Provided equipment installations, and working successfully according to project plans and quality standards.
  • Assisted in quality department with daily inspections and document according to quality standards.
  • Used calibers and micrometers for inspecting finished product for quality standards.
  • Maintained highest quality standards while manufacturing world leading plasma cutting consumables.
  • Communicated with quality inspector to consistently meet customer s quality standards.
  • Trim aluminum into spec within consumers qualification while insuring quality standards
  • Inspect hardware produced and maintain quality standards to customer specifications.
  • Monitored product quality standards and productivity.
  • Ensured excellent production and quality standards
  • Examine products to verify conformance to quality standards, with keen attention to detail leading to high productivity and low scrap.
  • Produced precision auto parts for fit and function, trained new employees, safely performed operations and quality standards set by company
  • Perform all tasks to comply with the safety and production specifications and in compliance with the ISO 9000 quality standards.
  • Build out parts per build documentation to meet daily production requirements, meet all US Marine Safety and Quality standards.
  • Check work in progress and upon completion for adherence to tolerance, quality standards, and safe operating conditions.
  • Run CNC routers in safe, proficient method, in addition to expediting doors while maintaining high quality standards.
  • Worked independently, closely adhering to work orders while maintaining strict compliance to safety policies and quality standards.
  • Train level one and two operators in accordance with quality standards, safety standards, and work instructions.
  • Used measuring tools like micrometers and drop indicators to ensure parts conform to print and quality standards.
  • Ensured quality standards were met daily, operated CNC machines, calibrated gauges, conducted quality audits.
  • Check parts to drawings to insure quality standards for both ISO9000 dimension tolerances and GDT standards.

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15. CMM

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Here's how CMM is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Certified CMM operator/program writer, using Calypso software.
  • Utilized precision instruments - micrometers, calipers, CMM probe, depth micrometer, etc., to produced good products.
  • Used calipers, micrometers, CMM machine, and gauges to measure parts and make sure dimensions are within tolerance.
  • Checked quality assurance using CMM, height gauge, bore gauge, calipers, thread gauges, and micrometers.
  • Evaluated printout from CMM and made offset adjustments on each machine, as necessary, to counter tool wear.
  • Measured parts made using calipers, micrometers, depth gauges/ scales and CMM machines and other various measuring instruments.
  • Load and monitor raw parts, CMM reports, tooling offsets, M&G codes inspections and safe-starts.
  • Maintain several types of equipment including but not limited to Lathes, EDM, CMM, and an Oasis.
  • Experience with a variety of pneumatic and electric hand tools and precise measuring devices (caliper, CMM).
  • Inspect parts with measuring equipment and CMM machine, SPC charts, and other duties required by department.
  • Checked calibration record of CMM and performed routine cleaning of brackets, tips, table, and slides.
  • Performed CMM inspections of parts as part of the first-piece process as well as periodic quality checks.
  • Experienced Operator of CNC Machining Centers, such as: Lathes, Drills, Mills and CMM.
  • Inspected parts from each CNC machine on line at two-hour intervals on CMM to maintain quality assurance.
  • Can read CMM reports in order to re work non conforming parts in order to correct issues.
  • Used brown and sharp coordinate measuring machine (CMM) to measure finished products for Quality Control.
  • Use bore gauges, micrometers, calipers, pin gauges with transfer stand, CMM, shadow graph
  • Fill out accident and crash reports, Make offsets to machines from inspection and CMM reports.
  • Check setup parts on CMM machine for all dimension tolerances on rough turn and finished parts.
  • Use of inspection tools including: calipers, micrometers and Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM).

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16. Height Gauges

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Here's how Height Gauges is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Completed initial quality check using calipers, height gauges and micrometers before sending parts to quality department for final quality check.
  • Inspected quality of parts using tools such as calipers, height gauges, ring gauges and go-no go gauges.
  • Used measuring devices such as: calipers, micrometers, height gauges, ring gauges, and radius gauges.
  • Work with tools such as calipers, micrometers, amp gauges, depth and height gauges, dial indicators.
  • Operated CNC Machines, (vertical), Finish pieces, Assembly, Read calipers, Micrometers and Height gauges
  • Use measuring tools; calipers, height gauges micrometers, Depth micrometers, cut material on band saw.
  • Insured quality production by using tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, and ring gauges.
  • Used dial indicators, edge finders, and height gauges for inspecting and proving the first set-up piece.
  • Checked parts for accuracy using calipers, micrometers, height gauges, protractors and go no go gauges.
  • Read blueprints as well as layouts and dimensions on drawings using indicators, height gauges, etc.
  • Confirmed accurate production of parts meeting strict tolerances utilizing height gauges, calipers, and blueprints.
  • Used tools such as Calipers, Micrometers, Height Gauges, Protractors' and Ring Gauges.
  • Read Blue prints, use measuring tools; calipers, micrometers, height gauges, etc.
  • Utilize micrometers, digital calipers, digital height gauges, and various other precision measurement devices.
  • Use of measuring equipment including micrometers, vertical height gauges, calipers and measuring tables.
  • Performed continuous quality control inspection of machine parts using micrometers, calibers and height gauges.
  • Used precision measuring instruments including calipers, micrometers, bore gauges, height gauges.
  • Can read micrometer, caliper, height gauges also read and understand blueprints.
  • Use basic measuring devices including digital height gauges, calipers and micrometers.
  • Read and use calipers, micrometers, depth gauges and height gauges.

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17. Raw Materials

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Here's how Raw Materials is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Receive raw materials and other purchased goods, review packing slip for proper quantities and submit for proper documentation processing.
  • Operated pallet jacks, and tow motors to move raw materials for machining, and finished parts to shipping.
  • Documented inventory levels to ensure enough raw materials are on hand to complete job requirements and meet production deadlines.
  • Operated and maintained CNC Plasma Machine Responsible for keeping inventory of raw materials Logged amount of parts produced per day
  • Handle, prepare, and issue raw materials for manufacture in accordance to proprietary specifications and aerospace regulations.
  • Maintained all aspects of the press including maintenance, process controls, quality assurance checks and raw materials.
  • Reviewed the weekly wood shop schedule for required raw materials, tooling, blue prints & programs.
  • Used forklift to expedite raw materials and large milling fixtures from the warehouse to the CNC machines.
  • Unload raw material w/forklift and cut raw materials to workable lengths using vertical or horizontal saws.
  • Stacked raw materials into production sequence, and moved completed product to the next manufacturing stage.
  • Work cohesively with all departments to ensure raw materials are properly cut and shipped to vendors.
  • Designed and built, all custom crates, skids, and pallets from raw materials.
  • Created a mass data base that kept track of all raw materials and finished parts.
  • Processed raw materials by acquiring them through forklifts, flatbed trucks, and managed inventory.
  • Processed raw materials down to 1000 of inch specifications; hold 1000 inch tolerance.
  • Inspected raw materials for defects (aluminum) and approval for use in manufacturing.
  • Selected and measure raw materials and parts to specifications to prepare for production processing.
  • Loaded raw materials, operated Linear Table and secondary packaging, performed lot changes.
  • Moved finished parts to shipping area and brought more raw materials to the line.
  • Operated forklifts on a daily basis to move finished and raw materials throughout facility.

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18. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Utilized auto-cad for programming-Maintained machine-5-Axis Carving Machine: CNC (specifically for stone cutting)-Generated templates-custom work
  • Interpret blueprints & project drawing, AutoDesk/AutoCad/PediMate/BobCad/AutoCam/Programming, Software Quality Assurance/Quality Control as well as leadership.
  • Worked with AutoCad for nesting/consolidating multiple different items into 1 production run.
  • Integrated DP Technology Esprit Cad/Cam computer system with automated manufacturing operations.
  • Developed and manufactured new product line using auto-cad programming.
  • Create manufacturing CAD drawings for commercial cabinetry production.
  • Gathered necessary information from detailed CAD drawings.
  • Created mechanical-related designs with the help of AutoCAD
  • Recreated engineered drawings using Auto Cad!
  • Review blueprints and utilize CAD and Turbo Nest programming to create various parts in connection with building of commercial blast furnaces.
  • Set up CNC machine, operated and maintained CAD program, inspected parts for quality control, and some supervisory experience.
  • Designed all models of medical back braces using AutoCAD to then be used by CNC machine to cut out patterns.
  • Used Solid Works, AutoCad, Inventor and CamWorks to design 3D parts or some programming of the CNC machines.
  • Use CAD Software to quickly turn blueprints into DXF files that can be used in the Plate Nesting Program.
  • Operated CAD equipment or conventional drafting station to produce designs, working drawings, charts, forms and records.
  • Ensured quality of the production by making adjustment on controls and operating devices with the ability to use CAD/CAM.
  • Engraved lettering on tire molds utilizing Windows AutoCAD tool path programs with metric conversions and automatic tool changer.
  • Utilized technical expertise to program and setup CNC Machining Centers and lathes utilizing Master CAM / CAD software.
  • Managed, trained, and supervised employees to perform CAD to CNC tooling via drafting software and AutoCAD.
  • Work is done between AutoCAD, Excel, AP100, and Visual Oracle to accomplish all of this.

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19. Mori Seiki

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Here's how Mori Seiki is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Operated CNC mills and lathes, including 4th axis mill, tombstone holding style mill, and Mori Seiki lathes.
  • Machined rocker arm assembly using the Mori Seiki MH-50 and securing the casting to the fixture with a torque wrench.
  • Operated CNC machines which included the following types: Haas SL30, Seal Jet, and Mori Seiki.
  • Edit programs Mori Seiki SL-7 cut material on saws, setup, program, troubleshoot machines, maintenance.
  • Set up and operate Mori Seiki lathes and machining centers, Cincinnati lathes and 5 axis machine centers.
  • Work in cell of 4 Mori Seiki 5 axis machines to produce orthopedic medical inserts and tooling.
  • Operated Mori Seiki and Haas vertical and horizontal lathes and mills to machine mechanical parts.
  • Have Been Trained on CNC Machines, such as Mori Seiki pallet changers and lathe.
  • Operate Mori Seiki lathe, change inserts, check parts, adjust size as needed.
  • Worked on Mori seiki turning centers such as fl frontier, nl1500, nl2500.
  • Operate Mori Seiki machines and make adjustments to the tooling and program when needed.
  • Operate Mori Seiki MV65 vertical lathe, Cincinnati radial arm drill press.
  • Performed edit program, set-up and operator for Mori Seiki CNC Lathes.
  • Program, setup and operate Mori Seiki SL25Y and CL25 CNC lathes.
  • Set -up, and operated CNC mill & Lathe Mori Seiki.
  • Operated up to four Mori Seiki Lathes with LNS bar feeders.
  • Operated Mori Seiki & Hines Balance machinery for manufacturing various parts.
  • Operated Mori Seiki SL 3 lathe and Monarch milling machine.
  • Operated a Mori Seiki ZL 253 and a manual lathe.
  • Operate Mori Seiki CNC Lathe and Bridge Port Milling Machine

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20. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Maximize manpower utilization and minimize machine down time by diagnosing, troubleshooting, and correcting malfunctioning machines.
  • Communicate daily to direct supervisor about productivity, troubleshooting, and other operationally related activities.
  • Assembled automatic bar loaders including troubleshooting, wiring, program installation and preparation for shipment.
  • Awarded responsibility for set-ups, troubleshooting maintenance and repair procedures on 3 Cincinnati Center-less Grinders.
  • Monitor machines during every procedure to ensure optimum running and troubleshooting.
  • Performed basic troubleshooting and root cause analysis of equipment failures.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot problems and minor adjustments to continue productivity.
  • Performed maintenance; following manufacturer's instructions and troubleshooting malfunctions.
  • Troubleshooted mechanical issues and edited programs to support production efficiency.
  • Monitor ongoing operations, troubleshoot and implement corrective measures.
  • Assisted other operators with troubleshooting or maintaining operating lines.
  • Performed Quality Control; fault recovery, troubleshoot machinery.
  • Provided support for troubleshooting any mechanical or electrical breakdowns.
  • Repaired and troubleshoot hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting when suspected that machine produced inaccurate models.
  • Perform troubleshooting and needed adjustments during machining operations.
  • Helped other operators with troubleshooting and problem solving.
  • Earned invaluable experience working independently to troubleshoot machines.
  • Performed troubleshooting techniques to verify accuracy of machine.
  • Performed set-ups and troubleshooting on production equipment.

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21. Ensure Conformance

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Here's how Ensure Conformance is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Utilize keen focus on quality when inspecting parts to ensure conformance to industry standards and manufacturing specifications.
  • Measured dimensions of finished work piece to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments.
  • Perform accurate dimensional inspections to ensure conformance to product specifications as required on engineering drawings.
  • Measured and examined completed parts to detect defects and ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Utilize various gauging equipment to ensure conformance to the engineering specifications and standards.
  • Verify part dimensions or clearances to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Examined finished parts to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Examined and measured stock to ensure conformance to specifications, using ruler, gauge, micrometer and scale and removed defects.
  • Measure, examine and test completed units in order to detect defects and ensure conformance to specifications using precision measuring instruments.
  • Weigh or measure materials, ingredients, or products at specified intervals to ensure conformance to requirements.
  • Examine, measure, weigh, or test sample products to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Inspected materials and products for defects and to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Learned different ways to measure parts to ensure conformance to blueprints.
  • Measured dimensions of completed workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications using precision measuring instruments.
  • Observed machine operation and adjusted controls to ensure conformance with specified tolerances.
  • Measured dimensions of finished workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Inspected, measured, and tested completed metal workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications, using measuring and testing devices.
  • Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications, usingprecision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures.
  • Measure dimensions of finished workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications, using calipers, micrometers, and scales.

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22. Deburr

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Here's how Deburr is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Use the manufacturing technique of deburring before conducting inspection of components being machined to ensure conformity to quality requirements.
  • Deburred the finished product and inspected all specified details for customer satisfaction.
  • Maintain production efficiency and document quality inspections along with deburring the parts.
  • Perform basic finishing and deburring applications on finished parts.
  • Cleaned parts deburred and inspected per quality documentation.
  • Deburred and calibrated product before final inspection.
  • Operated Conventional Lathes and Mills, Deburred Finished Parts, Pull Material From Stock, General Labor, Met Safety Standards.
  • Tool offsets, axis offsets, ability to read complex drawings, deburr parts, machine offsets, and switching programs.
  • Have had experience and handled deburr and clipping work on the 446 and lit operations on the drill press of 413.
  • Run machines per production schedules which included the use of many deburring tools, routine maintenance, coolant maintenance and housekeeping.
  • Job duties included; set/up and operate CNC Boss Cell, check/deburr parts, maintain machine, help other employees.
  • Set up and ran CNC punch deburr parts and check parts for tolerance Press brake operator Power Punch sheer silk screen
  • Experience in vertical mill set up and operation, deburring, polishing, assembling and packaging of finished parts.
  • Helped on an operation of CNC, in charge of loading and uploading parts, cleaning and deburring.
  • Deburred parts and measured all dimensions defined as important dimensions in the protocol sheets and signed protocol sheets.
  • Perform some hand operations, such as deburring of the final pieces or tapping of the pieces.
  • General duties include running large number of work pieces, deburring and measuring parts to ensure quality.
  • Deburred, gauged, assembled with air powered tools, leak test, and pack finished parts.
  • Pick cut parts with overhead crane and set in workstation to grind, deburr, and finish.
  • Adjust turning heads, roll heads for threading, drills, reamers, deburring tool and brushes.

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23. Fadal

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Here's how Fadal is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Maintained and operated FADAL CNC milling machine.
  • Operate both Haas and Fadal CNC mills, as many as three at a time during shifts.
  • Set up and ran production on two CNC vertical mills; Fadal VMC and Mori-Seiki MV45.
  • Edit and check error on existing program on Fadal CNC mills to meet required production rate.
  • Set up and operation of 3, 4, and 5 axis Fadal machining centers.
  • Operated Haas Horizontal CNC Mill, Fadal Vertical CNC Mill, and Sharp Manual Mill
  • Set up and operate Haas and Fadal Vertical CNC Mills (4-axis)
  • Have experience in vertical mill Haas VF and old vertical Fadal machines.
  • Operated Fadal machining centers, CNC lathe and CNC Haas Milling.
  • Operated heavy duty HAAS and Fadal CNC mills and grinders.
  • Machine setup and programming using Fadal VMC machining centers.
  • Set up and operate Haas and Fadal Mills.
  • Check parts to print and operate fadal mill
  • Operated a pair of Fadal CNC's.
  • Operated Fadal mill and HASS mill.
  • Set up and run the CNC (Fadal) machine, Making SMT & Wave Fixtures.
  • Operated a Fadal 4 axis mill to manufacture various parts for Boeing Internationals, namely Boeing 747 aircraft door brackets.
  • Perform my own set ups on FADAL cnc mill machines Cut fixtures according to the part size to machine part.
  • Operated numerous CNC and NC mills (some turning) including Haas, Mazak, Predator, and Fadal.
  • Operate Fadal CNC Milling machines making offset adjustments inspect parts to blueprint, deburr parts while running machine.

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24. Machine Tools

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Here's how Machine Tools is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Adjusted check-out programming and numerical controlled machine tools to perform machining.
  • Program development for operation of computer numerical controlled machine tools.
  • Operated semi-automatic and automatic numerically controlled machine tools.
  • Set up and operate standard machine tools and specialized equipment to make, modify and rework parts and assemblies as directed.
  • Utilize setup and operate a wide variety of machine tools such as: tool, gauge, tap, and fixture.
  • Operated metalworking machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, turns, and grinders to machine parts to specifications.
  • Set up, adjust, and operate machine tools and specialized variation tools in order to perform precision machining operations.
  • Set up and operate numerical control (magnetic- or punched-tape-controlled) machine tools that automatically mill, drill, etc
  • Set up, operate, and tear down manual, automatic, or computer numeric controlled machine tools.
  • Set up and operate conventional or computer numerically controlled machine tools to drill and tap parts to specifications.
  • Operate 1 or 2 machine tools to machine tools according to specifications, instructions, and standard charts.
  • Set up, adjust and operate basic and specialized machine tools used to perform precision machining operations.
  • Received work assignments throughout the machine shop and will operate various machine tools maintain associated paperwork.
  • Operated a variety of machine tools and works with designers and engineers to develop or modify tooling
  • Planned numerical programs to control contour - path machining of metal parts on automatic machine tools.
  • Machine parts to specifications, using machine tools, lathes, milling machines and grinders.
  • Operate machine tools such as rotter, milling machine, and drills to produce parts.
  • Operate various machine tools for the purpose of machining and building plastic injection molds.
  • Increased cycle time and decreased program errors to achieve optimal efficiency in machine tools.
  • Stocked and maintained vending machine tools for all employees and machines in the plant.

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25. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Resolved production problems that arose from incomplete or conflicting drawing and specification information, by collaborating with production supervisor and engineering.
  • Verified conformance of work piece to blue print specifications or supervisory instruction utilizing precision measuring instruments to maintain dimensional tolerances.
  • Created procedures for inspection and documentation of ISO compliant, manufactured components for a laser surgery workstation.
  • Resolve production problems by altering process to meet specifications, notifying supervisor to obtain additional resources.
  • Collaborate with shift leader/department supervisors to ensure smooth work flow and efficient organization operations.
  • Operated machines and notified supervisor and setup personnel of needed adjustments to machines.
  • Report directly to supervisor of any machine complications as well as production quantity.
  • Conferred with supervisor and programmer to resolve machine malfunctions and production errors.
  • Collaborated with Manufacturing Engineers, Floor Supervisors, and Schedulers to improve processes
  • Communicate effectively with supervisors and coworker to ensure high quality work.
  • Reported to supervisor for any issues and needed communication towards production.
  • Identified workmanship and material defects and deficiencies and notified supervisor.
  • Maintain necessary level of communications between supervisor and other shifts.
  • Report any errors of production and performance to immediate supervisor.
  • Participated in developing programs to meet ISO 9001 quality certification.
  • Coordinated with supervisors to maintain efficiency and station production.
  • Communicate concerns about tooling or programs with supervisor and engineering
  • Communicated effectively with operators and supervisors on technical level.
  • Report all defective material and/or equipment to supervisor.
  • Notified supervisor to adjust temperature of rolls.

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26. Edit Programs

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Here's how Edit Programs is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Set up and operate.-Programs and edit programs.-Hold close tolerances.-Follow, interpret, and read blueprints.-Maintain quality control and inspection.
  • Edit programs to consistently meet quality requirements.
  • Set up fixtures on five axis milling machines, zero in coordinates, and edit programs for machines to run properly.
  • Set Up and operate Hitachi 40 hp CNC lathe, edit programs as necessary to compensate for material or blueprint revisions.
  • Load programs, read and interpret blueprints, measure part to meet blueprint specifications edit programs, operate manual lathe.
  • Program and edit programs for set-up, and good understanding of (G, M)codes.
  • Operated CNC mills and/or lathes including edit programs, change an offset, change inserts on tooling.
  • Set up and operation of a BAZ-CNC machine, check blueprints, edit programs, maintain quality.
  • Edit programs as required by operating instructions, job orders, tooling instructions and process control charts.
  • Set up and edit programs on Haas CNC lathes machining parts used for in house assembly.
  • Download and edit programs and edit machine parameters to produce quality laser cut sheet metal parts.
  • Import and edit programs, and set starting values for single piece and custom projects.
  • Edit programs and change inserts; sharpen tools and inspect first and final parts.
  • Edit programs as needed and watch machine to make sure doesn t crash.
  • Set up and edit programs to get parts to run properly and efficiently.
  • Edit Programs if needed for various long term or short term production runs.
  • Change tools edit programs, and make adjustments in thousandths of a millimeter.
  • Check first part for buy-off, download and edit programs when needed.
  • Change offsets to keep parts within tolerance, edit programs as needed.
  • Read blueprints, edit programs, performed tool offsets, maintained quality.

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27. SPC

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Here's how SPC is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Operated computerized numerically controlled milling centers and assured quality and production standards required by ISO-9000 and SPC (Statistical Process Control)
  • Record SPC measurement on document blueprint drawings and adjusted tolerances as necessary
  • Set up and run a CNC Vertical and horizontal HASS machines, running keeping a good quality parts, applying SPC.
  • Maintained communication between: management, facilities, engineering, programming, (SPC) Statistical process control, and safety.
  • Maintain SPC and record data to assure the part is within control limits; maintain accurate downtime and production records.
  • Company has sent me to OTJ training to be a certified instructor in manufacturing processes as well as SPC training.
  • Used Statistical Process Control (SPC) to measure variations and used control charts to aid analysis.
  • Collect inspection data during production for SPC, analyze data for proper tolerance quality and recommend adjustments.
  • Job requirements include set-ups, editing, SPC charting, and controlling quality while maintaining efficiency.
  • Perform multiple dimensional line checks daily including SPC recording, ultrasonic testing and macro testing.
  • Have used SPC (statistical process control) program when checking parts for some customers.
  • Perform hourly SPC checks to ensure quality parts are being produced and make adjustments accordingly.
  • Documented all TPM Records, Calibration Logs, SPC Charts, and scrap records.
  • Lead role in operating Lathes with tight metric tolerances* Responsible for and verified individual SPC
  • Use SPC charting to record, and monitor part data variance every 10 minutes.
  • Inspect parts for defects, do hourly SPC checks and log them on paperwork.
  • Inspect parts for defects, do hourly SPC checks and enter info into computer.
  • Operated 3 CNC lathes and performed SPC inspection as required for medical components.
  • Place accepted parts in containers as specified, document machine process utilizing SPC.
  • Used SPC to track part inspection verifying that parts produced were within tolerance.

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28. Stainless Steel

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Here's how Stainless Steel is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Managed inventory on ten different grades of material, including stainless steel and aluminum
  • Run CNC machines to make stainless steel parts, check parts to meet blueprint specifications and make adjustments as needed.
  • Used the laser to manufacture various parts from steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and pressed wood.
  • Used the Laser to manufacture various components from steel, stainless steel, aluminum, neoprene, and silicone rubber.
  • Worked with stainless steel, carbon, aluminum, and various plastics for firetrucks, cement trucks, etc.
  • Experience at machining Tantalum, Nickel, Chromium, Niobium, stainless steel, Copper, Aluminum and Molly.
  • Run the Plasma Cutting CNC Machine to cut large plates of steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Produced machined parts made out of stainless steel titanium, bronze, alloy, and other various metals.
  • Worked with a variety of metals including but not limited to stainless steel, titanium, and aluminum.
  • Worked with a wide variety of metals from aluminum to stainless steel while adhering to safety regulations.
  • Performed CNC operations on variety of metals including aluminum, stainless steel, and cold rolled parts.
  • Worked with aluminum, mild steel, stainless steel, titanium, brass, copper and galvanize.
  • Operated CNC machinery, Punched materials from copper/ aluminum/ cold roll steel/ stainless steel (.024-.075).
  • Fabricated parts from materials including stainless steel, bronze, brass, cast iron and other alloys.
  • Experience working with various grades of steel, brass, hex stock, and stainless steel.
  • Experience with machining Nickel, Chromium, Silver, Indium, Copper, and stainless steel.
  • Perform fabrication using carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum for new and repair work.
  • Used the laser to cut various components from steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Roughed and finishing of nickel based alloys, titanium, stainless steel and aluminum parts.
  • Worked with aluminum, stainless steel, mild steel, hardened steel in all aspects.

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29. Reference Points

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Here's how Reference Points is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Program mills and lathes by entering instructions such as, zero and reference points, offsets, and calculating requirements.
  • Read blueprints and schematics to find the point of origin where I measured, marked dimensions and reference points accurately.
  • Measured and marked reference points and cutting lines on work pieces, using traced templates, compasses and rules.
  • Program mills and lathes by entering offsets, setting tool registers, compensation, including zero and reference points.
  • Loaded the CNC program into the machine including zero and reference points and tool lengths and offsets.
  • Complete setup/programming experience, including: zero and reference points, setting tool registers, and offsets.
  • Enter instructions and program mills and lathes including reference points to ensure smooth running of the machine.
  • Set lathes by entering instructions, including zero and reference points and setting offset.
  • Computed machine indexing and settings for specified dimension and base reference points.
  • Programmed mills and lathes by entering instructions including zero and reference points.
  • Determined reference points, machine cutting paths or hole locations.
  • Determined reference points, cutting paths and hole locations.
  • Measured and marked dimensions and reference points accurately.Tracked shop cutting tool usage and sharpened and replaced cutting tools.
  • Measured and mark dimensions and reference points accurately, measured instruments to verify compliance with precise specifications.
  • Determined reference points, machine cuttingpaths and hole locations and computed angular and linear dimensions, radii and curvatures.
  • Measure, mark and scribe dimensions and reference points on material or workpiece as guide for subsequent machining.
  • Planned machining by studying work order/blueprints programmed mills& lathes by entering instructions including zero & reference points.
  • Measured, marked and scribed dimensions and reference points on materials and work pieces as guides malfunctions.
  • Check stocks inventory to ensure appropriate forgings are reference points to ensure smooth running of the machine.
  • Measured and marked dimensions and reference points accurately.Measured instruments to verify compliance with precisespecifications.

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30. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Performed thorough inspection of every finished part to ensure full compliance with customer specifications.
  • Measure dimensions of finished product to conform to customer specifications using precision measuring tools.
  • Manufacture machined parts from multiple alloys and castings to customer specifications and drawings.
  • Make necessary changes to machine settings to ensure excellent quality and customer specifications.
  • Identify and select type and quantity of material based on customer specifications.
  • Measured product using calibers and micrometers to ensure customer specifications were met.
  • Execute manufacturing process to produce finished parts per company and customer specifications.
  • Coordinate with Quality Control about changing customer specifications with existing jobs.
  • Ensured that items produced meet customer specifications and verify their quality.
  • Used professional measuring instruments to verify compliance with precise customer specifications.
  • Create 3d renderings to company and customer specifications for customer approval.
  • Read blue prints and manufacture surgical instruments to customer specifications.
  • Worked closely with engineering to manufacture products to customer specifications.
  • Complete from blueprint to finished product for customer specifications.
  • Read blueprints and set-up machinery according to customer specifications.
  • Read blueprints and produced product to customer specifications.
  • Designed graphics layouts according to customer specifications.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality in handling customer specifications.
  • Design and Engineer furniture to customer specifications.
  • Maintained quality of machined parts per customer specifications

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31. Multiple Machines

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Here's how Multiple Machines is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Replaced tooling for various types of CNC operations Managed multiple machines simultaneously performing routine machine adjustments.
  • Operated multiple machines simultaneously, maintaining high functioning operations of each.
  • Set up and operated multiple machines simultaneously.
  • Operated multiple machines simultaneously, in additional adjusted alignment on drills, cutters, and other holding devices when necessary.
  • Operate multiple machines simultaneously, load materials to machinery and ship completed parts, upload programs to laser controls
  • Operated multiple machines including but not limited to Glue machine, Sanding machine, and Rip saw.
  • Run multiple machines in order to complete jobs in timely manner while assisting others in their tasks.
  • Handled Quality Inspection for the entire cell, checking quality of multiple parts on multiple machines.
  • Operate multiple machines simultaneously, checking for quality control, training new hires, operating a forklift
  • Maintain production on multiple machines, troubleshoot programs, train operators, and maintain quality.
  • Program, setup, & operate multiple machines while maintaining strict quality & safety specs.
  • Learned very quickly which enabled me to run multiple machines at one time.
  • Set and maintained high production records by running multiple machines at a time.
  • Perform set-up and operate multiple machines in machine shop according to production needs.
  • Set up and ran production on multiple machines at one time.
  • Operate multiple machines simultaneously, checking for quality control, reading blueprints
  • Operated multiple machines and multiple operations during a single shift.
  • Work with multiple machines such as CNC and manual.
  • Run multiple machines simultaneously for the most efficient service.
  • Run multiple machines at the same time.

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32. Hass

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Here's how Hass is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Produced parts at a mass production, running two HASS HTL at a time.
  • Worked with CNC Controls FUNUC, HASS, YASNAK and utilized ISO procedures knowledge
  • Load HASS CNC milling machines, edited programs, changed tool offsets.
  • Operated HASS Milling machines, drill presses, and machine presses.
  • Helped fabricate chassis and loader arms for ASV.
  • LAST 2 YEARS I SPENT THEM on the mount shop department welding them to the CHASSIS.
  • Set up and operated CNC Machine (Mill) HASS.
  • Operate overhead crane to remove finished assemble and giant forklifts to load assembled products to truck chassis and beds.
  • Replaced tools, drills, taps, and end mills Weld chassis components in flat and vertical positions
  • Run parts out of tool steel and cast iron on CNC lathes, Hass and Cincinnati.
  • Performed the basic setup on a Hass EC2000 3&4 axis horizontal milling center.
  • Set up Hass Lathe with proper tools, Download programs into CNC Lathes.
  • Machine aluminum and ductile iron castings at Chassix in Howell, MI.
  • Do Setup & Operate Hass & Super Max Milling Machine.
  • Operate Hass machines (3-axis and 5-axis)
  • Set up and run Hass vertical mill.
  • Operate Hass CNC vertical mills VF11.
  • Program and Setup Hass CNC machine.
  • Operate Hass CNC vertical 5-axis.
  • Operated Haas VF3ss, VF2, Hass MDC500 milling machine, Toyoda CNC Grinder.

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33. Dial Indicators

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Here's how Dial Indicators is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Utilized measurement instruments/micrometer/gauges/dial indicators; verified correct precision during machining.
  • Confirmed conformance of finished work to specifications, using measuring instruments such as micrometers, calipers, dial indicators and gauges.
  • Measured work pieces for conformance to specifications using measuring tools such as micrometer, dial indicators, and gauges.
  • Check height, depth and thickness using micrometers, dial indicators, calipers, gauges and other precision-measuring instruments.
  • Used many types of measuring tools- Calibers, Micrometers, Dial Indicators, and reading prints and drawings.
  • Used blueprints written and verbal instructions to set up CNC mills using dial indicators and multiple fixtures.
  • Set up and operate CNC machine, replace tools, used micrometers, dial indicators, air gauges
  • Used dial indicators, calipers, blueprints, go/no gauges to ensure quality.
  • Read blueprints, calipers, dial indicators, to run quality parts.
  • Used Dial Indicators, Micrometers and Pin Gauges to maintain tight tolerances.
  • Use precision measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators and calipers.
  • Used dial indicators for part setup in machine.
  • Confirm conformance of finished work to specifications by using measuring micrometers, calipers, dial indicators and gage pins.
  • Utilize calipers, compasses and dial indicators to insure that the parts are within a .005 tolerance.
  • Verified dimensions of machined workpiece with micrometers, telescoping gauges, vernier calipers and dial indicators.
  • Use Micrometers, dial indicators and gauges Drive sit down forklifts and perform daily routine maintenance.
  • Used various precision measuring tools ( calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, etc.)
  • Conducted precision measurements with various measuring tools ( calipers, micrometers, dial indicators).
  • Used bore gages, inside micrometers, depth micrometers, dial calipers and dial indicators.
  • Utilized measuring instruments: Micrometers, Calipers, Hommel, Dial Indicators, etc.

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34. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Learned non-structural MIG/TIG aluminum welding.
  • Interpreted blueprints and schematics, and MIG, TIG and SMAW welded parts as defined in specification sheets.
  • General fabrication from CAD drawings utilizing iron workers, shears, brakes, rollers and basic MIG welding
  • Press the doors without applying too much pressure, repair some doors that might have been damaged.
  • NOTE: Superior Industries closed its doors so using them as a reference might be hard.
  • Operate both TIG and MIG type welders to construct safety equipment for the production area.
  • Set up and performed MIG welding when the job called for it.
  • Joined various types of metal using both MIG and TIG welding practices.
  • Inspected for visual defects and flaws that might have compromised motor function.
  • Performed MIG welding to produce parts to specifications and blue prints.
  • Perform high quality MIG welding for heavy duty fire sprinkler systems.
  • Press Brake Programmer and Operator, TIG and MIG Welding Operations
  • Use of ID/OD micrometers, TIG/MIG welding, and fabrication.
  • Troubled shoot any problems that might occur during operation.
  • Performed independent welding tasks using MIG and Stick welding.
  • Certified in MIG welding (all positions).
  • Operated CNS lathes* Produced parts* MIG welding
  • Performed duties as MIG welder.
  • Perform set-up, use, and maintenance of MIG, TIG, and Stick welders.
  • Operated laser punch press combo, press brake, and welded (MIG).

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35. Blueprint Specifications

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Here's how Blueprint Specifications is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Operated 4 - axis horizontal machining center making parts within tolerances of blueprint specifications.
  • Completed manufacturing to blueprint specifications in a high-volume precision production environment.
  • Used precision measuring equipment to ensure parts met blueprint specifications.
  • Read and interpreted blueprint specifications to understand customer part dimensions.
  • Machine parts to blueprint specifications on conventional equipment.
  • Operate and maintain machine production to blueprint specifications.
  • Verify part is machined to blueprint specifications.
  • Produced steering pistons to blueprint specifications.
  • Fabricated turbine blades using blueprint specifications.
  • Perform quality control per blueprint specifications.
  • Machined various parts to blueprint specifications.
  • Maintained parts per blueprint specifications.
  • Manufactured parts per blueprint specifications.
  • Measured materials to blueprint specifications.
  • Set up CNC machine to machine parts to blueprint specifications and do some programming as well.
  • Job duties included: Set up, machine metal to blueprint specifications by computer numerical control.
  • Inspected machined parts to make the necessary adjustments to get a product according to blueprint specifications.
  • Set up and run jobs to blueprint specifications, maintain a clean machine area and machine.
  • Machined small and large parts to tolerances of 0.005 or less according to blueprint specifications.
  • Perform wood shop assembly when needed building a variety of product according to blueprint specifications.

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36. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Operated different types of CNC, as well as other type presses, in order to fabricate parts for electrical conductors.
  • Mix chemicals for different types of foams making sure the right amount is measured correctly for each kind of foams.
  • Set up and adjust press brakes for different types, thickness, angle of brakes and different types of dies.
  • Worked with some hazardous materials such as different types of oil and also mineral spirits to clean parts.
  • Studied CNC operational programming and learned different types of gauging used to fulfill the task ahead of me
  • Operated CNC flame cut machine to cut shapes from different types of and sizes of material.
  • Operate a verity of different types of CNC machines, for different parts for electric meters.
  • Worked on different types of equipment to carry out a particular phase of the production cycle.
  • Experience on machining different types of flanges, casing hangers, casing heads, and spools.
  • Meet quota and accurately cut tons of different types of steel to high standards daily.
  • Checked parts with various different types of micrometers, depth gauges, and calipers.
  • Run CNC routing and sizing machines that makes different types of interconnecting circuits.
  • Assist assembly of engines and frames of different types of ATV's.
  • Trained new people on the different types of machines we had.
  • Used different types of calipers, gauges, mm, blueprints.
  • Be versatile and accurate with multiple different types of measuring devices.
  • Load raw Metal into different types of Break Press machines.
  • Cut out various parts out of different types of metal.
  • Run different types of thread on different types of steel.
  • Run different types of machinery to get parts ready to Companies

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37. OD

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Here's how OD is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Demonstrated time management skills to ensure extremely high quality specifications of machined parts were available to stabilize the flow of production.
  • Manufactured computer components parts utilizing pneumatic milling machines, processing and cutting raw materials into finished products.
  • Conduct tooling modifications when necessary to maintain acceptable quality in products to meet customers' specifications.
  • Remove finished packaged items from machine and separate rejected items from finished products.
  • Inspected newly manufactured products for defects insuring a quality product was produced.
  • Record downtime, production output and other manufacturing documents as assigned.
  • Operated manufacturing machinery that fabricated products for the company.
  • Review production schedules and specifications regarding sequential start-up.
  • Developed ways to increase cutting quality and productivity.
  • Monitor material performance and evaluate material/product failure.
  • Fabricated and modified parts according to specifications.
  • Met/exceeded production quotas and quality assurance objectives.
  • Perform responsibilities within productivity and quality expectations.
  • Operated computer numerically controlled production machines.
  • Keep product dimensions within specified tolerances.
  • Assembled specialized food processing machinery.
  • Generated and modified speeds and feeds as required and checked machine parts visually in accordance with established quality and quantity standards.
  • Operate all Manual and CNC machines to perform completely and independently specific operations as outlined in the methods and process sheets.
  • Have calculated and set controls to regulate machining factors like part speed, feed, coolant flow, and clamping methods.
  • Set machines up for production, program and part change over, tool changes, along with minor PM's.

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38. G-Code

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Here's how G-Code is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Create drawings in G-code that will be used in conjunction with CNC machine to create new product.
  • Inspect and repair program (g-code) setup, change tooling and perform Daily operation of Machine
  • Learned to generate/debug G-code, set up machines, and use Haas CNC mills and lathes.
  • Perform manual overrides and minor G-code changes when necessary to optimize performance and efficiency.
  • Write single and multiple G-code programs for simple parts to speed up production process.
  • Write G-Codes to perform drilling and milling operations on a CNC table router.
  • Run CNC with G-Code programs to make pipe products and other required parts.
  • Edited G-code programs on the floor to keep parts per print.
  • Upload and Download G-code and tool offset data per jobs assigned.
  • Trained and certified in G-code programming: Trained in M-code Programming.
  • Edited G-Code programs, to ensure products to met engineering tolerances.
  • Implement G-Code to adjust programs and bring parts into tolerance.
  • Operate in the machine with the FANUS program System G-Code.
  • Designed, coded, and improved material profiles using G-code
  • Experience in editing CNC programs using G-code and SurfCam.
  • Modified G-code programs to successfully meet the tolerance requirements.
  • Program using G-code by hand at the machine.
  • Required Skills: Mechanic fundamentals, G-Code Programming.
  • Modified CNC G-Code; Adjusting for insert degradation.
  • Perform minor G-code programming changes when necessary.

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39. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Operated water purification assembly line and performed general maintenance and line conversion on an Allen Bradley System.
  • Cross-trained in numerous assembly line set-ups, machinist, and machine operations in environmentally-conscience manufacturing facilities.
  • Maintained plywood inventory and participated in implementation of lean manufacturing model of assembly line.
  • Delivered specific materials to designated departments or station on the assembly lines.
  • Managed quality audits, requirements of machinery and assembly line equipment.
  • Worked assembly line* Learned and mastered a number of positions
  • Executed daily operations of the SheetMaster 200/Assembly Line/loading Trucks.
  • Assist in developing a new assembly line/manufacturing cell.
  • Operated CNC Machines/Assembly Line Technician/Forklift Operator
  • Operated assembly line machine, maintained hourly productivity in a safe, clean work space and worked in a team environment.
  • Operated CNC machines, drove fork truck, and worked on the wire draw also occasionally assisted on the assembly line.
  • Operate a 3-axis CNC vertical mill and CNC lathe in an assembly line to manufacture frame cutouts for Tesla Motor vehicles.
  • Organize all finished orders on assembly lines with schematics to inform which model it was and materials needed for assembly.
  • Locate paper work and line spec sheets to set up assembly line and area to build hydraulic pumps.
  • Worked on the assembly line, were we assembled the control arms with front and rear bushings.
  • Deconstructed and wrote CNC router codes for cutting and machining of furniture pieces for assembly lines.
  • Cut various parts from sheet metal for the assembly line, using a CNC laser machine.
  • Worked as an Assembler on various assembly lines building transfer cases for four-wheel drive vehicles.
  • Obtain a great deal of knowledge of various assembly line stations with my work experience.
  • Operated forklift in shipping/receiving and worked on the assembly line in fast-paced manufacturing when needed.

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40. Mazatrol

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Here's how Mazatrol is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Experience with Mazatrol Conversational Programming.
  • Programmed and edited mazatrol programs.
  • Operated two machines in a cell format, producing parts for medical and aerospace, applications using Mazatrol programs.
  • Operated a MAZAK H-400 multi pallet horizontal milling center with MAZATROL control and MAZAK V-5 milling center.
  • Program both FANUC style and Mazatrol Conversational type machines to meet the requirements of engineering blueprints.
  • Educated in Mazatrol, Experienced in G&M Code Programming.
  • Edit Mazatrol programs when necessary.
  • Operate Haas and mazatrol mills.
  • Set up, program and run M-5 mazatrol T- plus.
  • Operated various cnc machines for production including mazatroll
  • Operated CNC machines such as Horizontal Mazak Mills with Mazatrol Controlling, CNC HAAS Mills with G&M coding.
  • Operated: Mazak Quick Turn Nexus 200, 350 with Mazatrol Nexus 640T control.
  • Operate slant bed lathe and Mazak mill(no mazatrol).
  • Program, setup and run CNC Mazak mills with Mazatrol controllers.
  • Program, load and operate Mazak CNC Mill with Mazatrol.
  • Operated Mazak QT-15 with Mazatrol CAM T-3 control.
  • Operate and set-up machines Mazatrol and Akuma.
  • Machine controls included Fanuc and Mazatrol.
  • Offset Mazak Machine with Mazatrol controls.
  • Have trained on a MAZAK Mazatech H-1000Q HMC w/ Mazatrol M-32 - 4th Axis.

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41. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Calculated dimensions and tolerance using knowledge of mathematics and instruments.
  • Calculated requirements using mathematics proving part programs.
  • Perform shop mathematics associated with machining operation.
  • Maintained industrial machines, applied knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.
  • Insert tooling and set information into CNC computer using fractions, decimals, metric, and standard measurements and mathematics.
  • Selected cutting tools and tooling instructions, according to written specifications or knowledge of metal properties and shop mathematics.
  • Conducted quality control, and parts inspection; knowledge of shop mathematics, metal properties, and layout procedures.
  • Calculate angles, find the length of the triangle sides and do mathematics required to operate CNC machines.
  • Calculate dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics (geometry, trigonometry) and part drawings / standards.
  • Computed punch charts from blueprints, using square, scale and applied knowledge of shop mathematics.
  • Computed unspecified dimensions and machine settings, using knowledge of metal properties and shop mathematics.
  • Set up and operated, CNC mills, Applying knowledge of shop mathematics.
  • Calculated dimensions and tolerance using knowledge of mathematics and instruments Monitored the feed and speed of machines during machining process
  • Developed skills to program computers using mathematics in industry Performed operations to allow machines to produce custom cabinetry
  • Performed basic mathematics Maintained safety and 5S standards
  • Apply knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures, shop mathematics, machinability of materials and layouts techniques.
  • Utilized mathematics to yield the most product possible Operated computer guided technologies to cut parts to spec.
  • Replace worn tools Select cutting tools and tooling instructions, according to written specifications and shop mathematics.
  • Perform recuts and offset movesSkills UsedManual labor along with mathematics skills
  • Expanded my knowledge tremendously in the machine world Skills Used Mathematics Dicision making skills Team player Enthusiasm to learn Loyalty

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42. M Codes

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Here's how M Codes is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Programmed both with G and M codes by hand to do multiple machining and cutting operations on a variety of parts.
  • Loaded program to machine to run production and would modify any changes manually through machine using G and M codes editing.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of G and M Codes and use of calipers, micrometers and most other machine shop measuring devices.
  • Started machine operations by inserting control instructions into control units running programs with G&M codes.
  • Work with process plan, blueprints and program in prescribed sequence and read machine program codes.
  • Performed tooling changeovers and make minor adjustments to CNC program codes following written instructions.
  • Program CNC machining center with G and M codes to produce parts.
  • Learned a great deal more on programming with G and M codes.
  • Identify alarm codes and re-zero machine back to it's home position.
  • Tool changes some knowledge of G and M codes for Programming.
  • Edit, perfect and/or create programs using G and M codes.
  • Assure program codes are entered correctly and parts made to specifications.
  • Program CNC machines using G&M codes from customer blueprints.
  • Performed set up and programming utilizing G&M codes.
  • Entered G&M codes editing for machine operation.
  • Modified program g and m codes if needed.
  • Limited knowledge of G and M codes.
  • Do offsets, change inserts, set probe, use G&M codes, level coolant & weigh oil.
  • Used some m codes to make the machine do what I needed.
  • Can edit G & M codes, and speeds and feeds.

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43. Tape Measure

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Here's how Tape Measure is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Utilized calibrated tape measure to ensure all materials met client and management specifications.
  • Use and care for precision measuring equipment and tools such as calipers, tape measures, and other tools and gauges.
  • Performed quality control, and machine calibration checks using calipers, tape measure, angel finders, and other measuring tools.
  • Check grooves, angles, or gap allowances, using tape measure, calipers, and precision measuring instruments.
  • Read blue print to find tolerance, then check part to blue print with calipers and tape measure.
  • Operated drill, utilizing proficiency in reading tape measures, micrometer, dial caliper, and depth gauge.
  • Used tools such as micrometer, calipers, and tape measure to record part dimensions and check tolerances.
  • Take first part out measure the specs off the blue print using a caliper and tape measure.
  • Use of tape measures, calipers and body tapes to ensure proper diameter of iron work rolls.
  • Measured parts using tape measures, micrometers, calipers, and a vector laser measuring system.
  • Cut material on a stationary circular saw and measure with calipers, micrometer or tape measure.
  • Use of a tape measure is common each day.3C5S Housekeeping is a priority each day.
  • Machine operator, used computers, basic math, tape measure, check plates.
  • Read tape measures cut .25 over order required factors and dimensions on tape measures.
  • Use of calipers, tape measure, square and compass in development of parts.
  • Use calipers, micrometers and tape measures to determine end products within allowable tolerance.
  • Use of calipers, micrometers, tape measure, blueprints, other tools.
  • Use of various measuring tools such as calipers, micrometers, tape measures.
  • Checked all sheets with calipers and tape measures for correct thickness and length.
  • Read blueprints and use calipers digital bore gauges Micro calipers tape measures etc.

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44. Control Instructions

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Here's how Control Instructions is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Insert control instructions and program into machine control units to start operation, Read blueprints.
  • Program control instructions to start operation and modify programs to account for problems during operation.
  • Started up and shut down processing equipment operations by inserting control instructions into control units.
  • Adjust ram and back gauge locations per process control instructions and blueprints.
  • Inserted control instructions for machine control units to begin operation.
  • Insert control instructions into machine control units to startoperation.
  • Started machineoperations by inserting control instructions into control units.
  • Modify cutting programs to account for problems encountered -Insert control instructions into machine control units to start operation.

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45. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Tested for manufacturing safety regulations to OSHA standards.
  • Maintain OSHA required safety regulations.
  • Followed all safety policies and procedures defined by the company safety program and OSHA regulations to eliminate work related injuries.
  • Wear and use all required PPE to ISO 9001 Quality Standards and abides to OSHA and EPA regulations.
  • Comply with health, safety (including OSHA) and environmental procedures and ensure the cleanliness of the area
  • Complied with all regulatory requirements and company policies such as OSHA, MSDS, health and safety.
  • Practiced all OSHA and company safety procedures, performed housekeeping duties as required for plant operations.
  • Use working knowledge of materials properties for different sheet metal alloys and OSHA chemical properties.
  • Provided quality, and accurate work functions while maintaining safety standards based upon OSHA regulations.
  • Utilize the latest OSHA safety procedures to make sure the job is safely executed.
  • Use safety and be safety conscious at all times by OSHA standards, 2.
  • Ensured proper operation of all equipment in accordance with company and OSHA policies.
  • Acquired knowledge in 5s lean manufacturing skills, OSHA regulations and safety standards.
  • Maintain the Safety Standards as pertaining to OSHA standards, throughout warehouse.
  • Received OSHA certified safety training and served as safety committee chairman.
  • Set up safety on machine guarding in compliance with OSHA policies.
  • Conformed to all safety rules and regulations as per OSHA standards.
  • Fixed safety issues regarding machinery in the plant per OSHA standards.
  • Ensured adherence to OSHA, HazMat and company safety standards.
  • Followed safety procedures per company policy and OSHA standards.

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46. Engineering Plans

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Here's how Engineering Plans is used in Numerical Control Operator jobs:
  • Planned machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, specifications, reference planes, drawings and machining parameters.
  • Planned machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, specifications, locations of surfaces and machining parameters.
  • Studied work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, material specifications, drawings, and performed cuts accordingly.
  • Planned machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials, specifications, drawings.
  • Planned machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, etc.
  • Plan machining activities keeping in mind of work order and engineering plans.
  • Plan machining by studying work orders, engineering plans and machining parameters.
  • Worked with work orders, engineering plans, blueprints and prototypes.
  • Planned machining by studying blueprints and engineering plans.
  • Planned machine setup based on blueprints, engineering plans, materials, and specifications * Programmed offsets based on job parameters.
  • Plan machining activites keeping in mind the work orders and engineering plans.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Numerical Control Operator

Inspect Parts33.1%
Lathe Machines18.5%
Set-Up7.5%
Micrometers6.9%
Safety Procedures5.2%
Fanuc3.3%
Mazak3%
Drill Press2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Numerical Control Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Inspect Parts
Inspect Parts
28.4%
28.4%
2
2
Lathe Machines
Lathe Machines
15.9%
15.9%
3
3
Set-Up
Set-Up
6.4%
6.4%
4
4
Micrometers
Micrometers
5.9%
5.9%
5
5
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Fanuc
Fanuc
2.9%
2.9%
7
7
Mazak
Mazak
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Drill Press
Drill Press
2.2%
2.2%
9
9
Okuma
Okuma
2%
2%
10
10
Machine Operation
Machine Operation
1.8%
1.8%
11
11
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
CMM
CMM
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Height Gauges
Height Gauges
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Raw Materials
Raw Materials
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
CAD
CAD
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Mori Seiki
Mori Seiki
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
1%
1%
21
21
Ensure Conformance
Ensure Conformance
1%
1%
22
22
Deburr
Deburr
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Fadal
Fadal
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Machine Tools
Machine Tools
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
ISO
ISO
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Edit Programs
Edit Programs
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
SPC
SPC
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Reference Points
Reference Points
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Multiple Machines
Multiple Machines
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Hass
Hass
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Dial Indicators
Dial Indicators
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
MIG
MIG
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Blueprint Specifications
Blueprint Specifications
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
OD
OD
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
G-Code
G-Code
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Mazatrol
Mazatrol
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Mathematics
Mathematics
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
M Codes
M Codes
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Control Instructions
Control Instructions
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Osha
Osha
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Engineering Plans
Engineering Plans
0.3%
0.3%

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