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Tool Honing Machine Set Up Operator Employment Contract

Tool Honing Machine Set Up Operator Employment Contract Template
This sample tool honing machine set up operator employment contract shows how to use basic attributes such as employer and candidate information, job title, required duties, and other agreement details in order to build an employment contract letter.
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Employer name...Employer adderss...
Employee name...Employee adderss...
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Contracting for job title / position: "tool honing machine set up operator" grade III.

Job duties and responsibilities - are to:

1) Sets up as well as operates vertical or horizontal honing machine to hone internal or external surfaces of metal objects, like prototype cylinders, bearings, or connecting rods, usually on custom basis, analyzing specifications selecting tooling according to knowledge of honing procedures

2) Study blueprint to visualize honing to be done plans sequence of operations

3) Position workpiece in fixture or on machine table and additionally secures it with clamps & wrenches, verifying positions with instruments, like surface gauges dial indicators

4) Select feed rate, honing speed, depth of cut, and also honing tool for each operation, according to knowledge of metal properties, abrasives, and also shop mathematics

5) Position secures tool in spindle

6) Move controls to position tool in relation to workpiece as well as to set feed rate spindle speed

7) Turn nut on tool or sets automatic mechanism to expand tool to selected diameter

8) Position tightens stops with wrench to control length of stroke

9) Start machine turns handwheels to feed tool to workpiece

10) Engage automatic mechanism to feed tool along workpiece with oscillating action

11) Turn valve handle as well as directs flow of coolant against tool workpiece

12) Measure honed workpiece for conformance to specifications, using electromechanical limit gauges, surface gauges, micrometers, and also telescoping gauges

13) May use special optical inspection equipment

14) May replace worn honing stones

15) May be required to have experience with particular material or product or with machine of particular size, type, or trade name be designated accordingly

Termination of employment...Wage...Hours of work...
Meal intervals...Sunday work...Public holidays...
Annual leave...Sick leave...Maternity leave...
Family responsibility Leave...Deductions from remuneration...Accommodation leave...
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Employer signature...Employee signature...Signature date...
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