Drill Press Set Up Operator Radial Job Description

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Job Title

Drill Press Set Up Operator Radial

Employee Duties & Responsibilities

1) Sets up and operates radial drill press to perform drilling other machining operations, like boring, reaming, and tapping holes in metal workpieces, like castings, forgings, and weldments, according to specifications, machining instructions, and knowledge of machining.

2) Studies specifications and machining instructions, like job order, blueprint, process sheet, or layout on workpiece, to define hole locations & size setup requirements, including tooling, feed rates and cutting speeds.

3) Plans sequence of operation, determines suitable work holding arrangement and fastens holding fixture or jig on machine base to hold workpiece guide cutting tool.

4) Lifts workpiece manually or with hoist and positions and secures it on machine base or in fixture or jig with clamps bolts.

5) Verifies position with surface gauges height gauges.

6) Selects cutting tool, installs it in machine spindle, and moves controls to set cutting speeds feed rates, according to machining instructions or knowledge of metal properties.

7) Operates controls to swing radial arm over workpiece, position cutting tool over hole center location, engage power feed, and to advance tool into workpiece.

8) Turns valve handle to start flow of cutting oil and coolant against cutting tool workpiece.

9) Observes machining operation periodically verifies conformance of machined workpiece to specifications, using measuring instruments, like telescoping gauges, dial indicators, and micrometers.

10) May measure, mark, and scribe reference lines and hole locations on workpiece, according to blueprint, using layout tools, like rule, divider, and scriber, applying knowledge of shop mathematics layout techniques.

11) May operate universal-type machine, computing setting angles of tilting spindle.

12) May work on nonmetallic materials.

13) May sharpen cutting tools, using bench grinder..

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