routine and production machining of metals and plastics.
general machining of metals and plastics usually of a routine or
production nature with occasional one-of-a-kind jobs (machining ranges
from lab apparatus to repair of ship's equipment).
- Makes the simpler machine set-ups and builds simple jigs and fixtures.
- Grinds own tool bits and machines to close tolerances from drawings.
Works with engine lathes (up to 36"), vertical- and
horizontal-headmilling machines, drill presses, radial drill, band
saws, table saw, bench grinders, shears, brakes, presses and rolls, and
full range of hand and portable tools.
- Performs such other duties as the supervisor may, from time to time, deem necessary.
Desired Education/Experience for Hiring
Technical H.S. or vocational school machine shop program; 2 years experience in a machine shop.
Last updated: February 25, 2013