If you are a CAM Programmer with specific FeatureCAM experience, Supashock Vibration and Motion Control is offering an exciting opportunity to further your career, in an environment offering challenges and diversity of work.
With a global portfolio of projects spanning a diverse array of industries including defence, automotive OEM/aftermarket, autonomous vehicles and motorsport, our culture is built on passion, determination and the execution of innovative ideas from concept to design, creation and manufacturing.
Our operations include an increasing number of bespoke projects, which require a highly-motivated individual with the ability to handle CNC heavy machinery and CAM Programming.
This is an opportunity to become an integral part of a proudly Australian manufacturing company, which is well known and respected as a leader in the motion technology field.
The CAM Programmer will report to the Production Manager, and the role will involve:
- Work with computer numeric controlled (CNC) heavy machinery from setup to operation to produce parts and tools from metal, or other materials
- Preparing programmes for parts in accordance with relevant mechanical specifications and machine input requirements
- Understanding specifications of the task at hand and the desired result by reading blueprints, mechanical drawings and instruction sheets
- Troubleshoot and accurately diagnose problems from a manufacturing standpoint. Provide this guidance to individuals or groups
- Review data and determine materials, work centre, labour and process requirements
- Make routine decisions with guidance. Understand when to elevate problems or decisions.
- Resolve issues that occur before or during the manufacturing cycle, recommend changes to peers. These issues may include cost savings measures or more cost-effective methods of manufacturing
- Make adjustments to control speed, material feed and path of the specific operation, as well as ensuring machines are properly maintained and producing quality products.
- Inspect finished products to ensure they are defect-free and ready for the next step in production