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CMM Programmer - Dallas


APA Services
Location: Arlington, Virginia
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: Programmer
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This position reports to the Quality Control Manager and is primarily responsible for the performance of first article, in-process and final inspection of machined parts production hardware. The incumbent must have practical experience and working knowledge of quality assurance concepts and inspection methods and techniques. This position requires the ability to read and accurately interpret customer engineering drawings, electronic model based definitions and specifications and to apply that interpretation to the manufacture/fabrication of production hardware. The position requires familiarity with IGES electronic model translation and CATIA programming software. The incumbent must have previous experience in Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) programming and operational use. The position also requires the incumbent to be proficient in the use of basic inspection tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, etc. This position requires a minimum of five (5) years previous inspection or manufacturing experience in Aerospace, Automotive or other related industry.

Primary Functional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

* Using Engineering drawings, specifications, etc. for reference, inspect detailed machined parts and/or assemblies for conformity to design parameters. Indicate acceptance or rejection on production documentation

* Perform monitoring and measuring device calibrations as assigned

* Using IGES/CATIA electronic datasets, generate CMM program inspection routines as required

* Conduct CMM inspection of parts as assigned

* Complete final inspection and AS9102 first article inspection sheets as required documenting product conformity.

* Maintain a working knowledge of quality assurance procedure requirements as they apply to inspection and manufacturing operations.

* Document nonconforming product as required by internal and/or customer requirements.

* Ensure that tooling used as media of acceptance remain calibrated according to internal and/or customer requirements.

* Ensure that product/material conformity documentation received from subcontractors satisfies engineering specifications

* Ensure correct material handling, identification and traceability of product throughout the manufacturing sequence.

* Perform all functions of a Machine Parts Inspector as required by work load and production schedule needs

Qualified candidates would have the following:

· Minimum of five years experience working in inspection in an aerospace (or similar environment) machining environment with 3-axis or greater milling machines; 5-axis experience preferred.

* Experience in machining shop with various aluminum alloys, steel and titanium is strongly desired.

* Knowledge of measurements of different types of materials with calipers, micrometers, and gauges.

Knowledge of standard shop safety practices.

Hours: Machinists work a 12 hour shift, beginning and ending at 6:00 (subject to change).

Environment: Machining operations results in coolant spray and slick floors. Machining noise present. Most work spaces are climate controlled.
This position reports to the Quality Control Manager and is primarily responsible for the performance of first article, in-process and final inspection of machined parts production hardware. The incumbent must have practical experience and working knowledge of quality assurance concepts and inspection methods and techniques. This position requires the ability to read and accurately interpret customer engineering drawings, electronic model based definitions and specifications and to apply that interpretation to the manufacture/fabrication of production hardware. The position requires familiarity with IGES electronic model translation and CATIA programming software. The incumbent must have previous experience in Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) programming and operational use. The position also requires the incumbent to be proficient in the use of basic inspection tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, etc. This position requires a minimum of five (5) years previous inspection or manufacturing experience in Aerospace, Automotive or other related industry.

Primary Functional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

* Using Engineering drawings, specifications, etc. for reference, inspect detailed machined parts and/or assemblies for conformity to design parameters. Indicate acceptance or rejection on production documentation

* Perform monitoring and measuring device calibrations as assigned

* Using IGES/CATIA electronic datasets, generate CMM program inspection routines as required

* Conduct CMM inspection of parts as assigned

* Complete final inspection and AS9102 first article inspection sheets as required documenting product conformity.

* Maintain a working knowledge of quality assurance procedure requirements as they apply to inspection and manufacturing operations.

* Document nonconforming product as required by internal and/or customer requirements.

* Ensure that tooling used as media of acceptance remain calibrated according to internal and/or customer requirements.

* Ensure that product/material conformity documentation received from subcontractors satisfies engineering specifications

* Ensure correct material handling, identification and traceability of product throughout the manufacturing sequence.

* Perform all functions of a Machine Parts Inspector as required by work load and production schedule needs

Qualified candidates would have the following:

· Minimum of five years experience working in inspection in an aerospace (or similar environment) machining environment with 3-axis or greater milling machines; 5-axis experience preferred.

* Experience in machining shop with various aluminum alloys, steel and titanium is strongly desired.

* Knowledge of measurements of different types of materials with calipers, micrometers, and gauges.

Knowledge of standard shop safety practices.

Hours: Machinists work a 12 hour shift, beginning and ending at 6:00 (subject to change).

Environment: Machining operations results in coolant spray and slick floors. Machining noise present. Most work spaces are climate controlled.
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