Press Brake Operator

Company Name:
Automotive Resources International
Nelson Machining & Fabricating, Inc., a division of Auto Truck Group, LLC, is a manufacturer of both custom and production machined and fabricated metal products located in Huntington, IN. Employing state of the art CNC equipment and Laser cutting technology, supported by an ISO 9001:2008 compliant quality system, Nelson is capable of fabricating, machining and welding a wide range of custom metal assemblies to the most demanding of customer specifications.
We are currently looking for a talented individual to join our team as:
The Press Brake Operator is responsible for safely, productively, and skillfully creating metal fabricated parts. Perform daily preventive maintenance, inspect equipment, computer equipment, and the surrounding area.
Picking tooling, as identified in the CNC program, from tooling inventory
Loading tooling in the order identified in the CNC program
Gathering required documents to successfully run the job
Reading the print fully to understand tolerances, geometry, material thickness and special instructions
Understanding safety requirements in every area, and complying
Daily, weekly, monthly, and annual department maintenance as assigned
Following Press Brake process standard operating procedure
Experience running complex bend set-ups and forming operations
Must be able to perform math, and measure part dimensions
Full understanding of print reading and geometric tolerances and how they relate to the finished part is required
Must pass a drug test and criminal background check prior to employment
Auto Truck Group offers a highly competitive compensation package and a full menu of employee benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401(k), tuition reimbursement and much more.
Date: 2014-04-05
Country: US
State: IN
City: Huntington
Postal Code: 46750
Category: Engineering

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