CNC Maintenance Mechanic

This position is responsible for developing procedures for machine shop repairs, and preventative maintenance programs along with hands on maintenance. Must work without supervision.

Position Requirements:

  • Excels at troubleshooting servo and spindle drives.
  • Excels at all machine maintenance.
  • Excellent knowledge in troubleshooting and repair of CNC machines with no supervision.
  • Manage preventative maintenance program for all CNC Machines.
  • Install new CNC machines/robotics.
  • Excels at using Renishaw ball-bar and the vibration equipment.
  • Excels at using laser equipment for setting up and calibrating machinery.
  • Experience in Fanuc controls, Okuma is a plus (list models)
  • Troubleshooting (Fanuc 16i / 16mb / 15m / 21i / 31iB5) (Okuma 5020, 7000, P200).
  • How to read ladders, functions, adjust parameters etc.
  • Troubleshoot 3 phase and single phase controls (high / Low V).
  • Troubleshoot DC circuits.
  • Capable of troubleshooting using electrical drawings.
  • Troubleshooting using ladder, oscilloscope, meters & mega, vibration & balancing equipment.
  • Ball bar test and analysis.
  • Computer skills.
  • Geometry checks.
  • How to do geometry checks.
  • Understand and interpret your finds.
  • Able to make the correct adjustments to fix the findings.
  • Include 5 sides.
  • Familiar with CNC machines.
  • Toshiba 5 sided.
  • Mazaks, Okuma, Mori Seiki.
  • Mechanical skills.
  • Use of shop tools and conventional machines (lathe, mill, welder, press.)
  • Familiar with robotics, welders, linear pallet pools, and various sheet metal machines.
  • Capable of reading mechanical drawings and assemble spindles, gear boxes.

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