The CNC Machinist is responsible for CNC programming and the set-up and operation of a variety of machine tools in a safe and productive manner. The CNC Machinist may also be required to fabricate and modify parts in order to make or repair molds and fixtures. The CNC machinist operates computer numerical control machines to fabricate parts. The CNC machinist loads parts in the machine, cycles machine and detects malfunctions in machine operations, such as worn or damaged cutting tools. The position runs production lots, communicates with co-workers regarding productions runs, and maintains a safe, organized and clean work environment.
Read blueprints and use necessary measuring devices to make, or modify existing tooling, tools for new or old job prints.
Program and set-up CNC mill and lathe.
Enter instructions, set tool, offsets, compensation, calculate requirements, and prove part programs.
Install and adjust chucks, tools, attachments, collets, bushings, stops, etc.
Verify settings by measuring positions, first run part, and sample work pieces in compliance with international standards.
Maintain specifications by observing, taking measurements, troubleshooting, adjusting and reprogramming controls, as well as sharpening and replacing worn tools.
Follow quality control procedures and standards.
Machine parts to specifications using machine tools such as lathes, mills, and surface grinders.
Set up, adjust, and operate basic machine tools in order to perform precision machining.
Maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
Review and interpret electronic or written blueprints.
Maintain equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements and troubleshooting malfunctions.
Detects and reports defective materials or questionable conditions to management or designee.
Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean, orderly condition and follows prescribed safety procedures.
Custom injection molder serving the medical, aerospace and commercial markets.
Ambrit Engineering is a premier ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 Certified injection molding and tooling fabricator supplying engineered solutions to the Medical Device market for over 40 years.
Located in Southern California in the city of Santa Ana, minutes away from John Wayne Airport, Ambrit Engineering is co...nveniently located to serve not only the Southern California market but the national and international markets as well.
Housed in the Ambrit Engineering Santa Ana facility are the following services;
• In House Mold Design Services
• Full Service In House Tooling Capabilities, includes new builds, maintenance & repairs
• Off Shore Tooling Partnerships
• 25 Injection molding machines ranging from 33 ton to 500 ton
• ISO Class 8 Clean Room Molding (Class 100,000) – 33 ton to 110 ton
• Molding Process Development utilizing Scientific Molding Methodologies
• Manufacturing/Process Engineering – Full process validations, IQ, OQ, PQ & PPAP
• Assembly and secondary operations including, machining, pad printing, ultrasonic welding, heat staking, leak testing, annealing, sub assembly
• Fully equipped QA inspection lab
• Materials Management
• Dedicated Customer Service Representatives
• Cradle to Grave Program Management
• Engineering Services
Ambrit Engineering is available to discuss the needs of your program. Please feel free to contact Ambrit Engineering at the following;
2640 S. Halladay Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Ph: (714) 557-1074
Fx: (714) 557-1080