Tulsa, OK, United States
Transform engineering designs into an NC Program to enable parts to be machined safely and meet or exceed print specifications.
Develops tool layouts, programs, and dimension drawings related to numerically controlled equipment, that will produce a part that meets or achieves design specification,
Develops NC Programs to a standard, with minimal excess tool travel,
Reviews updates/recommendations prior to next program use,
Updates and maintains electronic DNC files, programming supplies, tooling information, records, and other functions related to NC programming,
Coordinates with Shop Supervisors, Leadmen, and employees to maintain Shop floor folders and files,
Executes the design & construction of solid models, both on the discrete component level and within an assembly,
Derives 2D process drawings for dissemination to shop floor in support of Manufacturing initiatives,
Develops post-processors for discrete machine tools and evaluates & improves existing post-processors;
Verifies NC program against drawing or other qualified personnel to ensure the program is accurate;
Continuous Improvement (20%)
Recommends equipment, tooling, and procedure changes to improve the quality and designs dyes, jigs, and fixtures in both existing technologies and product released technologies, and reduce the production time of parts,
Supports the implementation of productivity improvement initiatives, tools, and processes, Works with vendors to improve machining processes based on product innovations.
Technical degree in machining, or a technical degree in programming with machining experience preferred,
5 years of experience with NC machining, or 7 years manual machining with programming experience,
Ability to work from blueprints, models, sketches, technical specifications, and oral instructions,
Knowledge of and ability to use a variety of tools and equipment, such as engine and turret lathes, milling machines, drill presses, and assorted hand tools,
Ability to perform own set-ups and work to drawing tolerances,
Ability to periodically lift, in compliance with TDW Safety Regulations,
Ability to work in a team environment with a business orientation, Ability to program from both off-line software cam systems and execute basic hard code programming directly on a CNC machine control.
Website : http://www.tdwilliamson.com
For nearly a century, TDW has helped customers around the world safely transport product to their communities. Chairman Richard Williamson, who represents the third generation to lead the family business, says there are ample advantages to that kind of longevity. For example, lasting relationships with pipeline owners and operators have enabled TDW professionals to work with a broad range of technologies, learn distinct operating and management practices, and help develop industry leaders for the future. Those are experiences rare in many other companies. "It’s a real public trust for us all to be able to work in our industry. And the companies that have survived as operators and service companies have done so because they implicitly understand and are committed to our common mission to serve our many communities around the globe." – Richard Williamson, Chairman Our partnerships also demonstrate the TDW commitment to collaboration, shared learning, and dialog among pipeline professionals. Williamson sees activities like those as integral to building communities where solutions to common problems can more easily arise. This means you can trust that the TDW experts working on your pipeline have access to an unparalleled body of knowledge in addition to personal expertise. Our team members are responsible for some of the most efficient and trusted technologies in the industry. A privately held company, TDW has maintained a reputation of excellence for almost a century by adhering to three core values that define us as a company. These values are called the “Three I’s.” Integrity means we build trust by doing the right things the right way, all the time. Interdependence means we are mutually reliant on each other to achieve our common goals. Initiative means we see opportunities, have the courage to take action and deliver results. At TDW, we are committed to protecting the health and safety of our personnel, others involved in our operations, customers, and the general public within the communities in which we operate. We are also committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in environmental care. We expect that each employee will have the same level of commitment to health, safety, and environmental excellence.