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CNC Machinist Jobs
Computer Numerical Machine (CNC) operators use CNC tools to cut, drill, shape and finish products and components. CNC machinist work chiefly with metals but also deal with wood, composite materials and plastics. CNC machinists are tasked with programming the machines, based upon technical instructions, to create the desired product. The main job opportunities for CNC machinists occur in mechanical engineering, construction, motor vehicle, aerospace and shipbuilding industries.
CNC machinist: Main Responsibilities
CNC machinists’ daily duties will consist of the following;
- Interpreting and converting detailed instructions into formats which CNC machines can implement
- Perform regular inspections of equipment, ensuring that health and safety protocols are followed
- Managing the machine throughout the construction process to ensuring quality standards are met
- Positioning the materials for each cut, ensuring the cutting speeds are appropriate.
CNC Machinist: Required Skills and Job Conditions
Successful CNC machinist job candidates must have strong numerical skills, as well as the ability to read and interpret written instructions and specifications. CNC Machinists must also have a high level of attention to detail and be competent in using computers. Most CNC machinists enter the position by way of an apprenticeship or relevant college course. On average, CNC machinist jobs require 42-44 hours of work per week, with the average Salary ranging from £15000-£30000 per year.
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