Sheet Metal Fabricator, Orlando, FL
PDS Tech, Inc. - Orlando, Florida
- Primary duty will be fabrication and assembly of mechanical hardware.
- Typical assembly tasks include adhesion bonding and installation of threaded inserts, pins, bushings, nut plates, and rivets.
- Duties will also consist of the manufacturing of Sheetmetal machined products through the use of power shear, power brake, power roll, CNC punch, manual mill, lathe and small tools. Use of various hand tools such as torque wrenches, hand-taps, pneumatic riveters and measuring instruments.
- Must be able to interpret and apply Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD T) from blueprints and work to military and aerospace specifications.
- Must have the ability to work 1st or 2nd shift.
Technically trained in Machining with a Sheetmetal manufacturing background.
PDS Tech, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.
Sheet Metal Fabricator
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Estimated duration: 9 months
PDS Tech, Inc. is seeking a Sheet Metal Fabricator, in Orlando, FL.
Sheetmetal Fabrication, Assembly Machining
- Fabricates various hardware utilizing Metals and Plastics with Sheetmetal Shop tools and post Machining operations when required.
- Small Parts assembly including Helicoils, Guide Pins, Nut Plates etc.
- Works from blueprints, drawings, or verbal instructions using math and basic computer skills. Maintain Sheetmetal and Machine shop machinery. May enter data from blueprints or databases into CAD/CAM system, generate numerical control program, and transmits program to machining center.
- Sets up and operates a variety of machine tools including Break, Shear, Roller, Punch, Milling Machines etc to fabricate hardware, mechanisms, tools, or machines to exacting tolerances and dimensions. Interprets blueprints, sketches, and engineering specifications; determines sequence of operations, number of cuts required, and method of setup; uses a variety of machinist's hand tools and precision measuring instruments; makes standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, tooling, feeds and speeds; measures, marks, and scribes dimensions and reference points to lay out stock for machining; fits and assembles precision parts into mechanical equipment and determines material, parts, and equipment required.
- May modify numerically controlled programs on numerically controlled (NC) machines. May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. Typically requires completion of apprenticeship or equivalent training and experience.