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Wisconsin Metal Parts Inc.

2nd/3rd Shift Stamping Press Operator/Assembly Tech



Job Description
• Maintain proper housekeeping and safety standards.
• Safe operation of all machinery, tools, equipment
• Review job folder to verify requirements, procedure, run time
• Change out/mount dies in 30, 60, 75 80, 200, 100, and 125 ton presses
• Modify/regulate smart-pack and minster controls
• Monitor & adjust speeds/feeds of material line
• Monitor machine operations for malfunctions, production quality, safety issues
• Read blueprints & inspect completed parts for conformance to specifications with hand measuring tools
• Program/interpret other inspection equipment as necessary: optical comparator & Smartscope
• Complete in-process inspection reports
• Fill out material transaction sheets
• Create/fill out routing tags









About Wisconsin Metal Parts Inc.
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. is an industry leader in manufacturing solutions. We offer Prototype and Production services of producing metal stampings and machined components. We design and build metal stamping dies and inspection gages and fixtures. We provide metal stampings and machined components in quantities from 1 piece to millions of pieces.
WMPI is an honest, trustworthy and ethical company. We keep business simple and just honor the "Golden Rule". We realize our people are what make us successful and we appreciate them, treat them with respect, make their job fun and reward them for their performance.

Incomplete or partially completed applications will not be considered



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