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Machinist - 1st shift
Ref No.: 18-06393
Location: Dublin, Ohio
Pay Rate : $ 20.00 - 22.00 /Hour
Skill Type
Skill Type:Light Industrial
Nesco Resource is currently seeking a Machinist for a preferred client in Dublin, OH! This is  a temp-hire position. This is a 1st shift position with hours 8am-6:30pm Monday-Thursday, Friday's 8am-4:30pm. 48 hour work week with paid overtime. 

Summary
Sets up and operates machine tools, and fits and assembles parts to fabricate tools, mechanisms, and machines for experimental purposes by performing the following duties.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
 
  • Consults with engineer and other personnel regarding product information such as design, capacity and purpose, and types of material to be used to fabricate product.
  • Analyzes written specifications, drawings, rough sketches, and verbal instructions to plan layout and determine sequence of operations.
  • Selects metal stock and lays out design according to dimensions computed from scale drawings.
  • Designs fixtures, tooling, and experimental parts to meet special engineering needs.
  • Sets up and operates metalworking machine tools such as lathe, milling machine, shaper, or grinder to machine parts to specifications, and verifies conformance of parts to specifications.
  • Tests experimental models under simulated operating conditions for such purposes as development, standardization, and feasibility of design.
  • Installs parts and materials such as sheet metal covering, hydraulic systems, electrical wiring, lubricants, and batteries into machines and mechanisms.
  • Evaluates experimental procedures and recommends changes or modifications for efficiency and adaptability to setup and production.
  • Establishes work procedures for fabricating new structural products.
  • Fabricates molds and power press dies to produce  stamp metal parts.
Required Qualifications and Skills:
  • Project management skills
  • Blueprint reading (metric or US)
  • Ability to read, understand, and program CNC machines using G code
    • zero and reference points
    • setting tool registers
    • offsets/compensation
    • conditional switches.
  • Tooling and fixturing concept, and the designing and building of initial job set-ups.
  • Horizontal and vertical turning and multi-axis milling centers with FANUC controls.
  • Program and set up own job using CAD/CAM software. Solidworks preferred.
  • Complex metal parts with tolerances up to +/- .001 on larger parts, and +/- .0005 on smaller parts.
  • Knowledge of various control platforms (e.g. Fanuc, Okuma), and speeds and feed rates.