PRESS BRAKE OPERATOR
KINGSTON, NY Apply Online
POSSIBLE TEMP TO PERM
Type of Business
Schedule and Pay:
- Hours: Monday-Friday, 2nd Shift, 3pm-11:30pm
- Pay Range: $18-$24/Hour
- Possible Temp to Perm
- Location: Kingston, NY
- Setup, Operates and programs a CNC Trumpf press brake or equivalent.
- Operates power hand tools such as Cordless drill, sanders, grinders, horizontal and vertical saws, and drill presses. Meets safety, quality and production standards.
- Embraces the Lean Enterprise strategy and adheres to all safety policies.
- Reviews procedures, work orders, blueprints, set-up sheets, and receive verbal work instructions.
- Must be able to select tooling, program at the machine, bend flat patterns on a Trumpf press brake or equivalent.
- Performs program offsets at machine controls if needed.
- Learns to set up and/or make necessary changes to set ups.
- Must be able to inspect using angle gauges, Vernier calipers, height gauges. Work closely with Engineering to debug bend programs to maximize efficiency.
- Performs routine preventative maintenance and cleaning on press brake. Assists with maintenance and care of work area and shop as needed.
- Stock and inventory tooling, maintain a neat and organized work center.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Ability to work from drawings and oral instruction
- Some knowledge of inspection gauges and equipment. Ability to inspect parts to drawings using Vernier’s, dial indicators, micrometers, height gauges, pin gauges, radius gauges, etc.
- Basic computer skills necessary for time recording.
- Good communication skills. Team player.
- At least 3-5 experience in a sheet metal fabrication environment preferred.
- 3-5 years’ experience bending sheet metal on a CNC press brake.
- Exposure to Trumpf equipment is a plus but will train an experienced person.
- Experience in a job shop part fabrication and assembly of equipment environment is a plus.
- Working experience in an ISO or continuous improvement environment is a plus.
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