I have 18 months of machining on CNC Lathes, including CNC VTL's and I am currently attending Lone Star College-North Harris for the CNC Operator 1 Certificate. I have attended and passed the Blue Print Reading Class required towards getting the certificate.
Learned how to operate multiple CNC VTLs (Toshiba, OM's) in a few months. Learned how to do set ups and program edits in 1 month. I have 1 year setting up and operating on Fanuc Controls.
Perform set-up to machine by change jaws to either "hard" or "soft" jaws, cut soft jaws if running 2nd operation and by inserting necessary tools. Touch off tools and set the Z0. Align part if running a VTL. Send program from the computer to the machine or from a floppy disk. Make program edits. Run 1st article part and get it inspected by Q.C. inspector.
Set Up and Operate 2 Horizontal CNC Lathes. Load HEX bars onto the bar feeder and change the collet chuck to the appropriate size that corresponds to the size of the bar. Insert necessary tools and touch off all tools and set a new Zero on the work shift. After cautiously running first part, get the supervisor to check the part for a first article.
Load forged flanges onto the machines chuck and operate it. Perform daily maintenance on both machines. Machines ran were mori saki.
Currently attending classes towards the CNC Operator 1 certificate.
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