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Cantel Medical Set up A - 2020-8226 in West Chicago, Illinois

This job was posted by https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov : For more information, please see: https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov/ada/r/jobs/7572771 Who we are

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HuFriedyGroup is the dental industry leader in infection prevention solutions, premium instrumentation, and service and support programs that help dental professionals be the best in practice. As the dental division of Cantel, HuFriedyGroup encompasses a vast array of brands and products, integrated together to deliver full service and support - a complete circle of protection - to dental practices around the globe. We are dedicated to employee engagement and development, diversity and inclusion, wellness, and social responsibility. Our core values and well-defined culture are evident in daily life at HuFriedyGroup and continue to shape the success of our business. # CB

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About the role

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Machine Setup Level A can setup and process complex parts from start to finish on CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines. They also will help maintain daily production through tool changes, changeovers, and daily maintenance. Mentor and train setup level B and machine operators. Must be able to read and create setup information and do program editing, if necessary (Re boring jaws, aligning fixtures, setting taper, replace broken tools, etc.) Can read and fully understand a blueprint, and can come up with methodology to process a part from start to finish. Must have full knowledge of a CNC control panel.

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What you will do

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

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+ Practice safety standards as identified by the Company Handbook, orientation, and verbal instruction from supervisory staff. This includes safety glasses, proper shoes, lifting techniques, and safe chip handling.

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+ Maintain clean and organized work area, this includes, but is not limited to, tool boxes, tools, machines, gages and gage tables. This includes wiping down tools in tool box and keeping the tool box in an organized manor in which to reduce time to find tools needed to setup machines.

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+ Can capture setup and tool change time through logging in and out of jobs through data collection terminals.

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+ Report to Production Manager the cycle time and production rate of all jobs attended to.

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+ Can read and understand a complex blueprint/geometric tolerance interpretation.

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+ Change stick tools including knurls.

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+ Change reamers, drills, and boring bars. Live and static.

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+ Understand and demonstrate tool selection via vending machine and tool crib.

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+ Can explain and identify different nose radius tools to ensure correct inserts are being used.

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+ Can read and follow setup instructions, tool layout sheet, machine setup checklist, and other setup related documents

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+ Knowledge of tool holders both live and static, cutting tools, and inserts.

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+ Full knowledge of CNC control panel and safety features available on the control, single block, optional stop, distance to go, etc...

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+ Can perform daily maintenance as required per department, boring jaws, aligning fixtures or vises, cleaning collets or guide bushings.

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+ Can do minor program edits with supervision, changing tool locations, or speed and feed as directed by engineering.

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+ Can changeover machine to run product in the same family, "turnings", "cones" etc...

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+ Can setup repeat jobs.

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+ Complete 100% of the dimensions on a 1 st article submission

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+ Conduct visual inspection on part to ensure fillets, breaks, part finishes, blends and workmanship are at a Chips MFG standard, (Looks like jewelry).

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+ Can train operators on running production and checking piece part quality.

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+ Take ownership of job and check in on status of job, to ensure smooth production.

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+ Clearly communi ate production status to Plant Manager, Production Supervisor, or Engineering Manager.

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+ Can analyze customer part drawing to develop process, tooling and fixture requirements to produce parts within specified print tolerances.

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+ Can optimize cutting tool speeds and feeds using manufacturers suggested data.

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+ Can optimize part cycle time by applying best possible machining practices, by working with engineering and suggesting time saving techniques, or areas for improvement.

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+ Can write a CNC program using Computer Aided Manufacturing software (CAM) package.

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+ Mentors and guides lesser skilled machine operators and setup persons to achieve desired skill level.

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+ Complete job related paperwork accurately and completely which includes but not limited to, tool layout sheets, offset sheets, etc...

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+ Other duties may be assigned.




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What we are looking for

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To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



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+ 5 years' experience in doing setups and operating CNC machines for precision parts.

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+ Read and understand G-Code programming.

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+ Possess the ability to read a limited number of

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