Lockheed Martin Machinist - General A in Fort Worth, Texas
This occupation requires the planning, laying out work, setting up, and operating a combination of the basic machine tools listed below to perform machining operations at a level of work as described under the specialized machinists classifications.
This occupation requires planning, lay out of work, input of data, setting up and operation of various types of turret lathes, engine lathes, precision grinding machines, honing machines and single and multiple spindle automatic screw machines to perform all machining operations within the capability of the machines. Input of data includes conventional means, manual data input (MDI), graphics, preprogrammed control media, previously generated shop MDI data. This occupation requires the planning, determining of machine sequences, layout, setup and operation of the 45 D/T Marwin Cavity Mill.
This occupation requires the planning, lay out of work, input of data, setting up, and operation of various types of single and multiple spindle boring machines, drill presses, boring mills and machining centers to perform all precision boring and boring/milling operations using conventional means, manual data input (MDI), preprogrammed, graphic control media, previously generated Shop MDI data, and other type controls. This occupation requires the planning, layout of work, input of data, setting up and operating various types of conventional power mills, duplicating and profiling machines, MDI machining centers, and MDI mills and electrical discharge machines to perform all machining operations within the capability of the machines. Input of data includes manual data input, utilization of MDI memory, and input of previously generated shop MDI data to obtain part configuration. This occupation requires the planning, layout of work, input of data, setting up and operating various types of preprogrammed numerical control machines and machining centers to perform all machining operations within the capability of machines. Input of data includes utilization of to obtain part configuration, and MDI input limited to Trial Run of new machining concepts.
Basic Qualifications Multi axis (5 or more) experience required.Plans sequence of operations and determines methods and tools for proper machining to full capability of machines. Minimizes amount of machining and number of set-ups required, generates control media and/or edits existing data. Set up machines completely and independently to perform any operations within the capability of machines. Determines, sets, and adjusts speeds and feeds, depth and angle of cuts. Positions and aligns various specialized machine attachments and standard or improvised tooling. Check parts, using checking fixtures, templates and precision measuring instruments. Makes complete layout for machining of parts involving compound angles and complex contours and other precision machining. Performs such typical operations as turning, facing, boring, drilling, reaming, grooving, chamfering, countersinking, counterboring, threading, honing, grinding and lapping to exacting tolerances. Operates when adequate tooling does not exist, or improvised tooling or sample parts must be used, machining sequences not established, holding devices and methods have not been determined. Recognizes malfunctions of the machine, electrical and hydraulic controls, or cutting tools and takes corrective action. Verifies the completeness and correctness of machining sequences, number or cuts, machine speeds and feeds, holding devices, methods, adequacy of tooling, blueprints, sketches, or other reference materials. Bores collets pads and fixtures as required to perform tasks.
Determines milling operations, number of cuts required and method of setup in order to obtain required finishes and tolerances and to minimize the amount of machining. . Checks over machine setup, and parts run for conformance to blueprint or checking tool. Verifies the completeness and correctness of machining sequences, number of cuts, machine speed and feeds, holding devices, methods, adequacy of tooling, blueprints, sketches, or other reference materials. Works with tooling personnel or other as required to resolve difficulties arising in the machining of production parts as assigned.
May be required to operate electronic data entry, storage, processing, and/or retrieval equipment as a routine part of accomplishing their normal job assignments.
Desired skills To plan, lay out work, set up and operate all machines in the above occupational summary to perform any operations within their capacity; to interpret complex blueprints, tool designs or sketches. To use precision measuring instruments, machinists' hand tools, machinists' handbooks, sketches, tables and charts.
To set up, adjust and operate various types of drill presses. To use machine attachments and tooling. To use precision measuring instruments. To recognize improper functioning of machines or tools.
To set up, adjust and operate numerical control machines to perform all operations within the capacity of the machines. To use machine equipment, accessories, attachments and fixtures.
To load and run tapes, schedule and edit using MDI, make necessary machine adjustments to meet engineering tolerances.
To set up and operate various conventional, radial MDI Numerical-Controlled drilling and boring machines and machine centers to perform within the capacity of the machines.
To set up, adjust and operate mill, profile, and duplicating machines as required. To use equipment, fixtures and accessories.
To have a thorough knowledge of, and apply, machine shop theory and practice including machinability of metals to select feeds, speeds, and cutting oils and coolants. To apply shop mathematics including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. To know proper rakes and clearances of milling cutters, tool bits, drills, etc. To apply a knowledge of various machines' capacities, limitations, and functions, including electrical and hydraulic operations. To apply a knowledge of physical characteristics
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Job Location(s): Fort Worth Texas