KCC Companies, an employee-owned heating and cooling manufacturer located in Jeffersontown, Kentucky, is advertising an opening for the following 2nd shift position: CNC CFB Machine Programmer.
Function: Performs programming of all programmable machines. This includes the Insulation Router, Amada Turret Press, P2 Former, Press Brakes, and Salvagnini machines S4, P2, P4, and L3 Fiber Lasers, and ensures through part inspection, that programs are correct, accurate, and are generating the least amount of scrap.
1. Keys in various parts for cutting and bending programs using various proprietary CNC software.
2. Reads work order/engineering prints to determine programming requirements.
3. Verifies tooling requirements utilizing programming simulations and engineering prints.
4. Observes digital displays on equipment to ensure that master program is not defective and to determine when reproduction of program is completed in programmer.
5. Maintains records of all current programs and verifies programs are correct for
each work order by examining part print and current engineering change with program date/ engineering change. (part programs should include latest effective engineering change). This information should be shown on the title block of the program disc or in the heading of the program if on server (or both).
6. Must verify that machine and tooling requirements (turret programming) are setup according to the part program requirements.
7. Must verify programming by checking first part when making programming changes.
8. May calculate and set control of machines to regulate cutting speed, bending speed or other part forming features as required to maintain part integrity and production requirements.
9. Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings or programmed control data.
10. May be required to fit or assemble fabricated parts together to verify assembly functionality of parts and modify programs accordingly.
11. May confer with engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others to resolve program or assembly problems.
12. Through programming duties, be constantly alert to new ways parts can be programmed or designed to reduce cost and improve part quality.
1. Must be vigilant in identifying and guarding against safety hazards. Must be alert in reporting any unsafe conditions concerning equipment operation or machine guarding.
2. Must be capable of operating equipment as necessary to check part or programming. This requires knowledge of machine operation, operational safety, and controls.
3. Recommend necessary tooling based on shop requirements. Monitor tooling use, and sharpening. Verify proper tooling use and clearances are being maintained.
4. Must be familiar with inspection equipment and gages used in checking parts.
5. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Associates degree or comparable experience in programming CNC equipment.
Good working knowledge of various types of equipment tooling and tooling clearance requirements.
Knowledge of tooling used in cutting and forming operations is essential.
Must have operational knowledge of all CNC Equipment within plant or complete equipment programming training by manufacturer, or OJT supported by qualified staff.
Must be capable of using precision measurement equipment.
Must demonstrate or provide documentation that training on heavy industrial metal forming and cutting equipment has taken place i.e., stamping presses, mills, lathes, press brakes, turret presses, laser, etc.
Work involves high precision and control where limb amputation, loss of life, damage to equipment and loss of materials/resources could result if the above qualifications are not met.
Submit all inquiries/resumes to Johnny Kelley, Recruiter, at [Click Here to Email Your Resum ] or by calling (502) ###-####, Ext. 1107 (Office Phone) or (502) ###-#### (Cell Phone).