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CNC Machinist/Specialist Resume


Desired Industry: Machinist SpiderID: 15978
Desired Job Location: Tampa, Florida Date Posted: 10/1/2007
Type of Position: Contractor Availability Date: ASAP
Desired Wage: 60,000+
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
I'm always looking to expand my knowledge in this field. I catch on quick and like a challenge. Once I have absorbed everything there is to learn at a particular company or it's no longer challenging, the job usually starts to get boring. That's when I start looking elsewhere to find something new to learn or to challenge me. The longer your company keeps me challenged, the more time I will invest into your company. I am also open to contracting for short durations and I am willing to travel anywhere for these contracts. But all travel/lodging must be paid by the company. I am not willing to move my residence.


Experience:
Overall Experience: 12 years.

American Tool & Mold, Clearwater, FL.
Apr. 2005 – Current Date

Job Title: CNC Specialist
Supervisors: Mike McCool & Tom Cox
Average Annual Salary: $65,000
Average Work Week: 50-55 hours
Specific assignments include:

· Setup and operation of high-speed CNC milling machinery for the finishing and semi-finishing of plastic injection mold components and graphite electrodes used for EDM processes.
· Manually writing programs to perform simple operations.
· Editing programs written in FANUC, Heidenhain, and ISO syntax, which were created with Unigraphics and Smartcam.
· Holding geometric tolerances ranging from +/- .0001”-.002”.
· Design and create any necessary fixtures.
· Troubleshooting and optimizing programs and processes.
· Use and calibration of precision measuring instruments.
· Self-inspection of produced components.
· Training other personnel in the setup and operation of high-speed CNC equipment.
· Use of overhead cranes

Machines used:

Mikron HSM 600U high-speed vertical milling machine (5-axis)
Controller: Heidenhain TNC 530i
Makino SNC 64 high-speed vertical graphite milling machine (4-axis)
Controller: FANUC series 18 Professional A
2- Makino V33 high-speed vertical milling machines (4-axis)
Controllers: FANUC series 18 Professional 3 & Professional 5
Makino V33 high-speed vertical graphite milling machine (4-axis)
Controller: FANUC series 18 Professional 5
Bostomatic B3200 high-speed vertical graphite milling machine (3-axis)
Controller: BDC 3200
Bostomatic B312 precision head vertical milling machine (3-axis)
Controller: BDC 312
Mori Seiki MV35 vertical milling machine (4-axis)
Controller: FANUC series 13


Willerding Welding Co., O’Fallon, MO.
Mar. 2004 – Jan. 2005
Reason for leaving: Quit when I moved to Florida.

Job Title: Toolmaker
Supervisor: Doug Chipley, Dept. 3
Average Annual Salary: $60,000
Average Work Week: 45-50 hours
Specific assignments included:

· Setup and operation of conventional and CNC machinery for the production of Boeing tooling used during the testing and assembly of aircraft.
· Writing programs in Heidenhain and occasionally Mazatrol.
· Holding geometric tolerances ranging from +/- .0001”-.06”.
· Setting tool features within .01”-.06” over distances up to 20 feet.
· Design and create any necessary fixturing.
· Use and calibration of precision measuring instruments.
· Self-inspection of produced parts.
· Use of precision measuring instruments including CMM and laser positioning modules.
· Use of overhead cranes.
· Use of forklifts.
· Minor repair and maintenance of machinery.

Machines used:

Clausing Kondia Type FU-1 vertical milling machine
Conventional control /w digital readout to .0001”
CNC Bridgeport vertical milling machine
Controller: Heidenhain TNC 151
Mazak VTC-16B vertical traveling column milling machine
Controller: Mazatrol M-Plus
Mazak VTC-20B vertical traveling column milling machine
Controller: Mazatrol M-Plus


LMI Aerospace, St. Charles, MO.
Feb. 2000 – Jan. 2004
Reason for leaving: Laid-off for work shortage

Job Title: CNC Setup/Operator
Supervisor: Dave Hutton
Average Annual Salary: $70,000
Average Work Week: 50-60 hours
Specific assignments included:

· Setup of machines for the production of aircraft parts
· Editing programs at controller
· Creating and using custom macros
· Inspection of parts
· Operating machinery
· Minor maintenance of machinery
· Use of precision measuring devices
· Helping co-workers
· Use of overhead crane
· SPC data entry
· Reading blueprints & mylars

Machines used:
Shoda NCIU Vertical Milling Machine (5-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Shoda Gantry Vertical Milling Machine (5-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Zimmerman Gantry Vertical Milling Machine (5-axis)
Controller: Sinumerik (FANUC)
Rockwell Carlson Vertical Milling Machine (2 head 3-axis)
Controller: FANUC


Southtowne Machining, Maryland Heights, MO.
Oct. 1995 - Feb. 2000
Reason for leaving: Quit for a better job

Job Title: CNC Setup/Programmer
Supervisor: Mike Mathis
Average Annual Salary: $40,000
Average Work Week: 40-50 hours
Specific assignments included:

· Setup of machinery for production of miscellaneous parts
· Design and create fixtures for parts
· Writing programs at controller
· Inspection of parts
· Minor repair of machinery
· Use of precision measuring devices
· Reading blueprints
· Assigning jobs to operators



Machines used:
Mazak V12 Vertical Milling Machine (3-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Mazak V7.5 Vertical Milling Machine (4-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Mazak V7.5 Vertical Milling Machine (3-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Okada Vertical Milling Machine (3-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 15 Model B
Prat & Whitney Vertical Milling Machine(3-axis)
Controller: FANUC
Excello Horizontal Milling Machine (3-axis)(Pallette Changer)
Controller: FANUC
Haas Horizontal Milling Machine (6-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 16
Haas Vertical Milling Machine (4-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 16
Haas Vertical Milling Machine (3-axis)
Controller: FANUC Series 16


Education:
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL.

ACT score: 26, GPA: 3.0

Only completed one year towards a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Had to quit because my grades were slipping while trying to work a full tiem job to take care of my family.


Affiliations:
N/A


Skills:
Controllers
· Writing programs for FANUC and Heidenhain controllers
· Editing programs for FANUC and Heidenhain controllers
· Downloading/Uploading programs via mainframe

Precision Measuring Tools
· Dial/Vernier/Digital Calipers, Inside/Outside/Depth/Groove Micrometers, Depth/Height Gauges, Test/Travel/Coax Indicators, Air Gauges, Telescoping Gauges, Radius/Angle Gauges, Protractors, Cylindrical Squares, Scales, Edge Finders, Taper Gauges, Squares, Center Gauges, Screw Pitch Gauges, Profilometers, Optical Comparators, and CMM/Faro inspection machines.

Miscellaneous Machines & Tools
· Drill Presses, Hand Drills, Hand Routers, Stationary/Hand Sanders, Deburring Tools, Bench/Die Grinders, Vertical/Horizontal Bandsaws, Air Ratchets, Chop Saws, Abrasion Saws, Mitre Saws, Circular Saws, Tapping Heads, Arbor Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Hand Files, Drill Sharpeners, and Manual Mills/Lathes


Additional Information:
I have excelled in this field for many years now. All of my past employers will tell you that I am one of the most talented machinists they've ever seen, especially for my age.


Reference:
Available upon request.


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