Duties and Responsibilities

•          Understands customer specifications (corporate and plant) and Comau standards required to commission systems.

•          Responsible for the overall start-up, commissioning, runoff, and acceptance of Comau machines and systems.

•          Responsible for mechanical assembly and integration of components and sub-components up to and including completed machines or systems.

•          Responsible for understanding CMM or other inspection data and making effective machine adjustments to achieve output quality requirements.

•          Coordinate and review with Technical Leaders and colleagues to maintain consistency within a given project.

•          Checks drawings for errors. Reports errors and suggested modification to Engineering as required, within the Comau change process guidelines.

•          Works within the scope definition and timing (due date) requirements.

•          Performs troubleshooting and debugging for intermediate to complex machine applications.

Knowledge & Skills

•          Highly skilled in mechanical component and sub-component assembly (fixtures, spindles, drives).

•          Skilled in CNC machining system fundamentals (axis identification and troubleshooting, …).

•          Fluent understanding of mechanical and fluids drawings, working knowledge of electrical drawings.

•          Fluent understanding of Geometric Data and Tolerances (GD&T), CMM reports.

•          Experienced with manufacturing processes, either metal cutting or assembly/test process. Knowledge

•          in both areas highly preferred.

•          Experienced with ISO programming conventions (G-code, M-code), part programming

•          Highly skilled with conventional measurement tools (calipers, gages)

•          Skilled with electronic measuring tools (ball-bar, laser)

•          Working knowledge of hydraulic / pneumatic / wiring fundamentals.

•          Experienced in Industry level environmental, health and safety standards (PPE, Arc Flash,…)

Location: California, Kentucky and Wisconsin