Dickmann Manufacturing - CNC Operator Resume Example

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Elijah Anderson
XXXX XX XXX XXXXX, Milwaukee, WI 53215
Professional Summary

Seasoned CNC Operator with more than 10 years of experience in fast-paced metal fabrication company.  Excellent machine set up(programming and tools) and quality control skills. Track record of achieving exceptional results in meeting production deadlines, creating quality work with minimal errors, and training of new employees.

  • Operation and Control
  • Production and Processing
  • Mathematics
  • Operation Monitoring
  • Time Management
  • Quality Control Analysis
  • Troubleshooting
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Programming
CNC Operator Feb 2004Present Dickmann Manufacturing Grafton, WI
  • Measure dimensions of finished workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures.
  • Remove and replace dull cutting tools.
  • Mount, install, align, and secure tools, attachments, fixtures, and workpieces on machines, using hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
  • Listen to machines during operation to detect sounds such as those made by dull cutting tools or excessive vibration and adjust machines to compensate for problems.
  • Adjust machine feed and speed, change cutting tools, or adjust machine controls when automatic programming is faulty or if machines malfunction.
  • Stop machines to remove finished workpieces or to change tooling, setup, or workpiece placement, according to required machining sequences.
  • Lift workpieces to machines manually or with hoists or cranes.
  • Modify cutting programs to account for problems encountered during operation and save modified programs.
  • Calculate machine speed and feed ratios and the size and position of cuts.
  • Insert control instructions into machine control units to start operation.
  • Check to ensure that workpieces are properly lubricated and cooled during machine operation.
  • Input initial part dimensions into machine control panels.
  • Set up and operate computer-controlled machines or robots to perform one or more machine functions on metal or plastic workpieces.
  • Enter commands or load control media, such as tapes, cards, or disks, into machine controllers to retrieve programmed instructions.
  • Confer with supervisors or programmers to resolve machine malfunctions or production errors or to obtain approval to continue production.
  • Transfer commands from servers to computer numerical control (CNC) modules, using computer network links.
  • Review program specifications or blueprints to determine and set machine operations and sequencing, finished workpiece dimensions, or numerical control sequences.
  • Monitor machine operation and control panel displays and compare readings to specifications to detect malfunctions.
  • Set up future jobs while machines are operating.
  • Implement changes to machine programs and enter new specifications, using computers.
  • Maintain machines and remove and replace broken or worn machine tools, using hand tools.
  • Stack or load finished items or place items on conveyor systems.
  • Clean machines, tooling, or parts, using solvents or solutions and rags.
  • Write simple programs for computer-controlled machine tools.
  • Examine electronic components for defects or completeness of laser-beam trimming, using microscopes.
  • Train new employees to run programs, set up machines, check parts for quality, maintenance machines, and enter data into the computer

Recieving Laborer Mar 2001Feb 2004 American Linen Milwaukee, WI
  • Wash out cargo containers or storage areas.
  • Unload linens from trucks
  • Hang linens on linen hook conveyor belt  
  • Receive and count stock items, and record data manually or using computer.
  • Store items in an orderly and accessible manner in warehouses, tool rooms, supply rooms, or other areas.
  • Clean and maintain supplies, tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Keep records on the use and/or damage of stock or stock handling equipment.
Laborer Nov 1998Jun 2001 Poblocki Paving West Allis, WI
  • Clean or prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazards.
  • Signal equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement, or adjustment of machinery, equipment, or materials.
  • Read plans, instructions, or specifications to determine work activities.
  • Load, unload, or identify building materials, machinery, or tools, distributing them to the appropriate locations, according to project plans or specifications.
  • Mix ingredients to create compounds for covering or cleaning surfaces.
  • Tend pumps, compressors, or generators to provide power for tools, machinery, or equipment or to heat or move materials, such as asphalt.
  • Erect or dismantle scaffolding, shoring, braces, traffic barricades, ramps, or other temporary structures.
  • Lubricate, clean, or repair machinery, equipment, or tools.Mop, brush, or spread paints, cleaning solutions, or other compounds over surfaces to clean them or to provide protection.
  • Drive and operate panel trucks
  •  Operate blowers, edging tools, and tarring equipment
  • Operate snow blowers
  • General cleaning of parking lots
  • Paving parking lots and driveways
  • Repairing and tarring parking lots and driveways
  • Landscaping-mulching lawn care, planting ,edging, and general maintenance of yards and lawns
Food Prep May 1997Feb 1998 Taco Bell Milwaukee, WI
  • Clean and sanitize work areas, equipment, utensils, dishes, or silverware.
  • Store food in designated containers and storage areas to prevent spoilage.
  • Prepare a variety of foods, such as meats, vegetables, desserts, according to customers' orders or supervisors' instructions, following approved procedures.
  • Take and record temperature of food and food storage areas such as refrigerators and freezers.
  • Take and record temperature of food and food storage areas such as refrigerators and freezers.
  • Portion and wrap the food, or place it directly on plates for service to patrons.
  • Weigh or measure ingredients.
  • Receive and store food supplies, equipment, and utensils in refrigerators, cupboards, and other storage areas.
  • Remove trash and clean kitchen garbage containers.
  • Carry food supplies, equipment, and utensils to and from storage and work areas.
  • Operate cash register, handle money, and give correct change.
  • Inform supervisors when equipment is not working properly and when food and supplies are getting low, and order needed items.
  • Package take-out foods or serve food to customers.
  • Prepare and serve a variety of beverages such as coffee, tea, and soft drinks.
  • Vacuum dining area and sweep and mop kitchen floor.
  • Vacuum dining area and sweep and mop kitchen floor.
High School Diploma Jun 2006 Midwest Theological Institute Milwaukee, WI

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CNC Operator FROM Milwaukee , Wisconsin RESUME

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School Attended
Midwest Theological Institute