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Monarch Technical
Published
November 22, 2022
Location
Peoria, IL
Job Type

Description

Class A - Must be able to take raw part and print to finished product by himself/herself. Operator must be able to determine what tooling that is needed for the production of the part.
1. Programming - Operator must be able to program entire part sequences with minimal help from Cad Cam software. Operator must be able to make            changes to work offsets, tooling offsets, and machine parameters to ensure quality parts are being produced.

2. Setup - Operator must be able to setup and run all machinery on the premises. Class A operators must be able to determine and setup any indicating        procedure for any part he/she may run.

3. Troubleshooting - Operator must be able to diagnose any problems with machine and/or tooling during the manufacturing process.

4. Quality - Class A operators must be able to read, understand/comprehend, and spot errors of all CMM reports. Class A operators must also assume            responsibility for helping lower class operators determine what adjustments may be needed to their parts if called upon. The class A operator must also      be able to make new inspection check sheets for the part they are running.

Class B - Must be able to take a previously run part and produce a quality finished product with minimal help. Operator must be able to setup and identify what tooling was used for the production of the part on the previous run.
1. Programming - Operator must be able to make adjustments to programs that may be needed. Operator must be able to make changes to work offsets        and tooling offsets to ensure quality parts are being produced.
2. Setup - Operator is required to be able to setup and run most of the machines on the premises. Class B operators must be able to use all indicating            required to setup a job.
3. Troubleshooting - Operator must be able to recognize any problems with machine and/or tooling during the manufacturing process and make it known        to the supervisor before the quality of the part is compromised.
4. Quality - Class B operators must be able to read the CMM reports from the part he is running and determine whether moves need to be made. The            class B operator must also be able to fill out and correct inspection check sheets for the part they are running.

Class C - Must be able to take over after a setup is completed by a A or B class operator and the part is signed off by quality. The operator is responsible for producing a quality finished product.
1. Programming - Operators are not permitted to make changes to programs without supervisor approval/assistance. Operator must get assistance to            make changes to work offsets and tooling offsets to ensure quality parts are being produced.
2. Setup - Operator is most permitted to setup parts without major assistance.
3. Troubleshooting - Operator must be able to recognize any problems with machine and/or tooling during the manufacturing process and make it known        to the supervisor before the quality of the part is compromised.
4. Quality - Class C operators must be able to read the CMM reports from the part he is running and determine whether moves need to be made. Class C      operators must have supervisor approval/assistance before making changes to the machine.

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