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Fab Operator

Scope:
A Mechanical Drill operator operates various department equipment used to include start-up, operation, preventive maintenance and quality. Download programs to run jobs on machines. Responsible for all aspects of drilling including operate drilling equipment. Drill double-sided, Multi-layers counter bore, counter sink, and control depth drilling. Also operates machine for panel optimization and operates x-ray machine to analyze registration. Responsible for quality checks, preventative maintenance and minor repairs.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Operate all department equipment, quality checks, preventative maintenance and minor repairs
Able to set up drill cassettes and remove dull bits
Perform incoming inspection on new and re-sharpened drill bits
Perform outgoing inspection on dull drill bits being sent out for re-sharpening
Enter jobs into the manufacturing control system
Read and interpret shop order to verify that all previous operations were completed, to verify count and to verify quality
Maintain a safe, neat and orderly workplace
Complete all internal departmental documentation accurately
RequirementsEssential Knowledge and Skills:
Ability to read, write and communicate in English to the degree necessary to accomplish the job
Ability to stand throughout the shift
Ability to lift 30 pounds without straining
Education and Experience:
Experience working in a manufacturing environment a must
Minimum 2 years experience with CNC drilling in the printed circuit board industry or any similar related industry skills
A working knowledge of drilling equipment such as Excellon Machines and X-Ray Registration Systems such as The Pluritech is helpful
Able to read and interrupt blueprints
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred
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