DAVIS Companies has partnered with a leading Aerospace and Medical Device manufacturing company in the Twin Cities to identify a CMM Programmer to join their team! Candidates must be local to MN.
Responsibilities of the CMM Programmer:
- Using work instructions, job traveler, blueprints, engineer drawings and specifications inspects, checks, and tests materials, parts, components, and product during various stages of production including leave, in-process, and finished.
- Inspects and tests for conformance per customer, regulatory, and company requirements.
- Disposition as accept/reject based on their conformance to drawings and specifications.
- Check and monitor materials and equipment to verify calibration status.
- Perform gage R&R studies.
- Accurately document and record inspection or test data, dimensions, and quantities inspected, accepted, and rejected.
- Gather and submit key characteristic data and Cpk data.
- Participate with manufacturing engineering in the identification of inspection and test equipment, tools, and gauges required to achieve quality target levels.
- Assist engineering with the disposition of non-conforming work-pieces, parts, components, and material.
- Create first piece and in-process inspection reports.
- Create and edit CMM programs. Run CMM’s in production.
- Participate with engineering to design CMM inspection fixtures.
- Audit and perform review of travelers and other documentation for compliance to established procedures.
- Assist the supplier quality initiatives to facilitate corrective and preventative action relative to supplier quality problems and source inspection issues.
Requirements of the CMM Programmer:
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Min 5 years of Inspector experience in a manufacturing environment
- Min 3 years’ experience operating a CMM equipment
- Experience creating and editing CMM programs
- Must be able to pass annual visual exam.
- Advance knowledge of metrology including coordinate measurement machines (CMM).
- Ability to apply methods for establishing the correlation between measurement instruments including gauge-to-gauge or manual-to-automated process.
- Ability to establish and maintain calibration control.
- Knowledge of the application of sampling methods and sampling plans.
- Knowledge of product traceability methods and processes.
- Knowledge of identifying, containing, and processing non-conforming material and work-pieces.
- Advanced knowledge and understanding of statistical process control applications and interpretation of results.
- Ability to read and interrupt blue prints, engineering drawings and specifications.
- Advanced knowledge of GD & T.
- Knowledge of computer aided software and their applications including their interface with CMM.
- Experience working in the Aerospace, Medical or other highly regulated industry
- Knowledge and use of CMM Manager or PC-DMIS program(s)
- AS9100 and NADCAP experience
This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All employees must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, Political Asylee, or Refugee.