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Punch-Press Set-Up



Job Description
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Set up Amada CNC Press Brakes for sheet metal fabrication plant using set-up sheet and blueprint.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Create programs at Amada controller to from metal parts
-Use blueprint to pull punch and dies to from parts
-Use calipers and heights gauges to inspect parts
-Work with supervisors to assist with scheduling jobs
-Troubleshoot problems that occur while running jobs
-Coordinate with operators to maximize machine run times

QUALIFICATIONS:
-2-3 years minimum experience setting up Amada CNC Brake Press
-Must be familiar with running materials such as steel, galvanized steel, aluminum and stainless steel
-Must be able to read and understand blueprints
-Must know how to use measuring tools such as calipers, micrometers and height gauges

*UNION BENEFITS AFTER 30 DAYS:
Employer pays 75% of Kaiser family health plan
11 paid holidays, paid vacation and paid sick time








About West Coast Staffing
West Coast Staffing was first opened in 2010. We have provided staffing services to a wide array of locations, all throughout California. Through the last few years we have expanded to 4 locations. Our ethics are a critical building block of our business. Our own success is based on adherence to the highest ethical standards; long-term client relationships, the ability to identify top candidates, and the high-quality professional development of WCS professionals protecting the confidentiality and interests of clients and candidates.


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