Laser Technician - Level 2

Company Name:
Ace Precision
Job Summary: Sets up and operates C02, Yag, or Flat Cut laser equipment to machine parts. Description:
Works from and interprets fairly complicated sketches, setup sheets, related documents, and sample parts to determine product dimensions and tolerances, sequence of operations, and setup requirements.
Conceptualizes multiple axis movement, up to and including five axis.
Sets up, adjusts, proves-out programs, and operates laser to perform standard operations on work.
Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, attachments, and accessories.
Performs airflow requirements.
In coordination with the Maintenance Department, performs preventive maintenance on laser equipment.
Starts and observes laser operations to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining.
Recognizes and reports process variations, operational sequences, and dimensional and finish deviations. Assists with making corrective adjustments within prescribed limits.
Verifies conformance of finished work piece to specifications through use of various inspection measuring equipment, including micrometers, pin gages, and verniers.
Deburrs parts as necessary.
Works under general supervision.
Demonstrates thorough knowledge of and conformity with Ace Precision Quality System work instruction requirements that govern laser operations.
Maintains or exceeds production standards through efficient organization and planning.
Follows and complies with safety policies and procedures.
Accurately completes all required documentation.
Meets attendance policy requirements.
Contributes to team effort by assisting in areas as needed.

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