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CNC Machinist

Date: Oct 14, 2021

Location: Lynchburg, US

Company: Dover Corporation

Belvac is the world leader in the design and production of continuous motion rotary machinery. We provide beverage canmakers with high-speed trimming, necking, base reprofiling and reforming, shaping, bottom rim coating, flanging and inspection technology. Over the years, we have been responsible for numerous advances in canmaking technology. This technology has enabled our customers to steadily increase line speeds and improve quality and productivity, while significantly reducing materials costs.  Belvac was founded in 1962 in Lynchburg Virginia. Philosophies of quality, pride, craftsmanship, and work ethic set extremely high standards and quickly drove Belvac to become the world leader in its industry revolutionizing many manufacturing processes.   For over forty years Belvac has turned innovative ideas into world class machinery.  Serving both the Can Making and Plastics industry.sts.

General Function:     Set up and operate numerically controlled machines to perform series of machining operations, such as turning, milling, boring, threading and facing on parts according to work instructions and procedures to assure Belvac’s quality of work is upheld.

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Requires long periods of standing (up to 10 hours/day)
  • Must be able to operate overhead cranes
  • Although all production areas have overhead cranes, on occasion Manufacturing, Stockroom and Assembly employees may choose to lift items by hand for convenience.  It is the responsibility of all employees to follow correct lifting techniques and seek help or utilize mechanical lifting aids as appropriate to avoid potential injury.
  • Requires good eye, hand coordination
  • Requires use of hand tools, files, sanders and grinders

 

Primary Responsibilities Labor grade 2 CNC Machinist C:

  • It is every BPM, Inc. Employee’s responsibility to be aware of and work with Belvac's current documented Quality Management System as it pertains to their job requirements
  • Follow established Safety Policies and Procedures
  • Reads prints, job order, tooling instructions or standard charts to determine product specifications, work-holding arrangement, cutting speeds, feed rates and cutting tools to be used
  • Provide information to make corrections to existing set-up sheets or processes
  • Effective knowledge, setup and use of fixtures, clamps, clamp jigs and templates
  • Observes machine control panel and compare with data on process sheet and drawing to verify or adjust dimensional specifications, feed rates and speeds of machining cuts
  • Download programs
  • Establish and adjust machine zero reference point on part as necessary
  • Use of vises, parallels, work stops
  • Selection, measurement and use of predefined tool assemblies
  • Proper clamping techniques
  • Adjustment of speeds and feeds
  • Proper use of precision measuring instruments such as micrometer and caliper
  • Must keep assigned machine(s) and work area cleaned and neat
  • Lifts parts manually or with hoist and positions and secures it in fixture
  • Perform preventative maintenance
  • Deburr/Part mark as needed
  • Operates at least one CNC machine
  • All employees performing a work sequence on any work order are required to physically move and transact the material to the next sequence once their task has been completed
  • All employees utilizing dispatch sheets shall run jobs in date sequence unless directed otherwise by cognizant Manager and/or Production Planners.
  • It is every employee’s responsibility to improve processes to reduce set-up and run-time standards.  This shall be a performance measure during all employee evaluations.

 

 

Education:                 HS Diploma or Equivalent Certificate

 

Experience:

 

 All preceding criteria, criteria at next level and time in grade requirement of one year (minimum) must be met before eligible for promotion to Labor Grade 3 CNC Machinist B

 

Primary Responsibilities for Labor Grade 3 CNC Machinist B:

  • Identifies proper tooling and checks instrumentation according to process sheets
  • Provide information to make new set up sheets
  • Setup, selection, measurement and use of predefined tool assemblies
  • Setup and install tooling in tool posts, turrets, indexing heads and automatic tool change magazine as specified on process sheet
  • Ability to read programs
  • Reviews program to make sure that it is consistent with print
  • Observes machine control panel and compare with data on process sheet and drawing to verify or adjust dimensional specifications, feed rates and speeds of machining cuts
  • Edit program when needed
  • Operate machine safely to perform first piece and program prove-out to verify setup and process
  • Inspects first-run piece and spot-checks subsequent pieces for conformance to specifications using appropriate measuring instruments such as dial indicator, telescoping gages, gage blocks/pins.
  • Set tools using precision gauges and instruments before loading in machine
  • Knowledge and application of various tooling types
  • Use of machine dials, machine readout, measuring equipment
  • Identifies proper tooling and checks instrumentation according to process sheets
  • Understand/correction of machine alarms
  • Recognize tool wear
  • Required to run at least two functionally different CNC Machining Centers, i.e. CNC lathe/CNC mill
  • Must run multiple machines

 

All preceding criteria, criteria at next level and time in grade requirement of two years (minimum) must be met before eligible for promotion to Labor Grade 4 as a CNC Machinist A

 

Primary Responsibilities Labor Grade 4 CNC Machinist A:

  • Selects and sets cutting speeds; feed rates, depth of cut and cutting tool according to machining instructions or knowledge of metal properties
  • Define, setup, selection, measurement and use of predefined tool assemblies
  • Work to tolerances as close as +/- 0.0002 inch
  • May work only from print
  • Studies prints, sequence of operation and set-up requirements
  • May lay out reference lines and machining locations on part, according to print, using layout tools, such as rule, divider and scriber, applying knowledge of shop mathematics and layout techniques
  • May sharpen tools on bench grinder
  • Machine adjustments to override control and correct machine performance, applying practical knowledge of lathe/mill operation.
  • Studies dispatch sheet and organizes materials for next run during automatic CNC-controlled cycles to shorten changeover time
  • Use of indexers, boring heads, rotary tables
  • Proficient in programming knowledge
  • Operator must run at least 3 functionally different pieces of CNC equipment, i.e. CNC lathe/CNC horizontal mill/ CNC vertical mill /CNC grinder

 

Employees may qualify for Master Machinist Labor Grade 5 by fulfilling progressive A, B, C, criteria in the following machining disciplines i.e.; Conventional Machinist, CNC Machinist, and Grinding Machinist.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, genetic information, or any other factors prohibited by law.


Nearest Major Market: Lynchburg
Nearest Secondary Market: Virginia

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