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Senior Machinist

The shop manufactures tooling and parts for Huhtamaki plants in North America as well as several Huhtamaki facilities worldwide. These parts span all Huhtamaki technologies including paperboard, molded fiber, thermoforming and injection molding. These items are used to convert raw materials into finished goods whether in our own facilities or a customer's plant.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Follow all safety and personnel policies.
Able to operate engine lathes, bridgeport mills, surface grinders.
Knowledge when to make fixtures, use fixtures, vice with hard and soft jaws, angle plate, V-blocks, self centering vice, 3 and 4 jaw chucks.
Mill pockets, profile, key ways, tap, ream, bore ID tolerance to .0001 in some cases.
Cut threads-metric and standard, knowing when to use centers and steady rest, ability to use four and three jaw chucks, knowledge of when to use hard, soft jaws, and pie jaws.
Turn/Bore OD/ID tolerance to .0001 in some cases.
Inspect using manualCMM to ensure parts meet blue print requirements and work on production equipment.
Use precision inspection equipment such as micrometers, calipers, depth mics, and indicators. Must own personal inspection tools as well as hand tools.
Evaluate and work from blue prints, have the ability to look at production equipment in facility and repair parts without prints being available.
Other duties as assigned.
Requirements
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs occasionally, requires prolonged standing, walking, stooping/bending, twisting at waist and reaching at and above the shoulders in a manufacturing environment.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
7 to 10 years of machine shop experience using above equipment and skill set.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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