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CNC Machinist

CNC Machinist’s Essential Roles and Responsibilities: Read and interpret blueprints, technical drawings and shop sketches Use all conventional machine shop equipmet and machinery to cut, machine and shape raw materials in accordance with drawing requirements Build fixtures and various holding devices as needed to hold or support work pieces in process Set-up, load and operate various machine tools including, but not limited to cutoff saws, lathes, mills, grinders and other machinery Able to program, set-up and operate machine tools, including lathes and mills Proficient in the use of off-line programming software used in developing CNC programs Analyze job requirements and use best shop practice to meet drawing requirements in the most efficient time Assemble machined or fabricated components Effectively use power driven equipment Use various hand tools as necessary to achieve finish requirement Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent Must pass a pre-employment screen Reliable transportation to and from work Fairlead Integrated, LLC. and its subsidiaries are proud to be Equal Employ Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers (Minority / Female / Disability / Veterans).

Category: Inside Machinist


Information
NOTE: The following description is a GENERAL Overview of this career and not a description of a particular job posting.

A shipyard Inside Machinist uses various machine tools (including lathes, milling machines, drill presses, and spindles) to produce precision metal parts in large quantities. Inside Machinists must carefully plan and prepare using blueprints or written specifications to calculate operations such as where to cut or bore into work pieces, how fast to feed metal into machines, how much metal to remove from work pieces, etc.. Many Inside Machinists use Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) cutting machines and precision measuring tools (such as inside/outside micrometers, venier calipers, dial indicators, depth micrometers, inside/outside calipers and thread gauges).

Some machining practices include:
- General turning and boring of parts on a lathe
- Thread cutting and tapping
- Taper turning
- Keyway cutting
- Laying out bolt circles to drill holes.
Education
Most inside machinist careers require training in vocational schools, related on-the-job experience, and/or an associate's degree.

Inside machinists usually need one or two years of on-the-job experience and informal training with experienced workers. A recognized apprenticeship program may be available.
Qualifications
Previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is typically required. Inside Machinists frequently work with computer-control programs, and therefore must have the ability to determine how automated equipment will cut a part. All Inside Machinists and will need a thorough knowledge of math, including trigonometry.

Company Information

Fairlead Integrated
650 Chautauqua Avenue
Portsmouth, VA 23707
Phone: 7573284924

Application Information

650 Chautauqua Avenue
Portsmouth, VA 23707
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