OUTLINE JOB DESCRIPTION / PROFILE FOR VERTICAL BORER MACHINIST
Primary Role. - Vertical Borer
Must have experience of setting and operating vertical borers.
The current machines used are Webster & Bennett 62 diameter table machines.
If experienced in horizontal boring this may be acceptable dependent upon the calibre of the candidate.
Main task will be the machining of flanges, therefore this would be predominantly machining the face, edge and bore.
There are not tight tolerances on the machine finishes. The tolerances normally are within +/-1mm rather than +/- 0.1mm.
Must be able to understand / interpret conventional drawings and be able to speak English in order to fully understand both the verbal & written instructions for the machining requirements.
This machining is not high precision and could be described as 'roughing' work prior to the final precision cuts being made.
Secondary Role. - Radial Drilling
Setting and operating a range of radial drills - from 3' 6 to 10' capacity.
Must be conversant with the setting of Pitch Circle Diameters (PCD), for flange drilling and tapping, using a rotary table.
Must be able to set and operate with minimum of supervision, therefore must be experienced in setting both feeds and speeds of radial drills.
Other Desirable Attributes - Conventional Centre Lathe Turning
Centre lathe turner manufacturing carbon & stainless steel flanges using conventional lathes (not CNC).
Tolerances are not close as in +/- 0.10mm but wider up to +/- 1mm.
No single point thread cutting experience required.
Main operations are face, edge and boring of profiled carbon steel blanks.
Must be able to set and operate with minimum of supervision, therefore must be experienced in setting both feeds and speeds of lathe.
Hours of Work
Mon – Thur 8.00am - 4.30pm
Fri 8.00am - 3.30pm
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