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weld technician

Job Responsibilities:

  • Set up of robotic and resistance weld operations and Poke-yoke apparatus
  • Fixture modifications and adjustments
  • Assist quality with first piece inspection process
  • Establish, maintain, and implement welding parameters to support production and Quality Assurance
  • Operate and program robotic weld cells
  • Assist in the training of the operators on all weld operations
  • Responsible for verifying and documenting changes to process parameters
  • Perform preventive maintenance and troubleshoot automated welding cells and equipment
  • Assist Welding Engineer as needed
  • Works to eliminate downtime. Identifies and eliminates sources of downtime and extraneous variation through root cause analysis and implementation of corrective measures with Engineering Teams
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills:

  • Robotic troubleshooting and programming Fanuc and Motoman
  • Welding proficiency knowledge of multiple welding processes including laser welding, gas metal arc welding, and resistance welding including the ability to manually weld and pass the welding certification requirements
  • Knowledge of troubleshooting and maintaining welding equipment Lincoln Electric, Miller, Entron, HighYag RLSK, IPG, Precitec, etc.
  • Knowledge of Stamping, Fine Blanking, and Progressive Presses is beneficial.
  • Willing to be hands on with all duties.
  • Willing to work Overtime. 10 hr days / 6-7 days/wk.

Openings on all three shifts: 1st (6a-2p)
2nd (2p-10p)
3rd (10p-6a)



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