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Mazak Cnc Machine Operator Manual

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All operators and service personnel must read this manual before operating the NCT CNC control equipment and all. THE OPERATOR OF THE MACHINE MUST ALWAYS FORESEE.

Hello Everyone, I am 27 and am currently a machine operator. I can read a vernier caliper, micrometer, use a dial bore gauge. I am currently running a Doosan Puma TT (forget the model #) Anyways I started at this shop back in 2012 and they pay me a pretty good wage. I have done everything from Quality Control, Material Handling, even custodial when the shop was slowing down and layoffs were occuring. I am currently learning how to read blueprints. I have not learned G code or M code. I can do basic offsets to bring material back into tolerance.

Issued by Manual Publication Section, Yamazaki Mazak Corporation, Japan 06. 2009 PROGRAMMING MANUAL for. Program could lead to machine damage and operator. I didn't become a 'machine operator' (i.e. I started reading up on CNC's and then read the manual. Mazak; Okuma; Baileigh. 218 CNC Mazak Operator jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to CNC Lathe Operator, Machine Operator, CNC Programmer and more!

I can change inserts, take out tooling and install new tooling but have never used the Q-setter in the machine to touch off new tools, the lead machinist does that for me. My supervisor says I'm slow because I care about quality. He tells me to CARE about quality but to keep that green light on.

He's a pretty good guy and is always willing to help. Anyways just some background.

How did most of the machinists on here move from operator to machinist? What skills should I work on next? What is the logical progression from operator to machinist? Thank You everyone Daniel.

Hello Everyone, I am 27 and am currently a machine operator. I can read a vernier caliper, micrometer, use a dial bore gauge. I am currently running a Doosan Puma TT (forget the model #) Anyways I started at this shop back in 2012 and they pay me a pretty good wage.

I have done everything from Quality Control, Material Handling, even custodial when the shop was slowing down and layoffs were occuring. Navistar Dt360 Service Manual. I am currently learning how to read blueprints. I have not learned G code or M code. I can do basic offsets to bring material back into tolerance. I can change inserts, take out tooling and install new tooling but have never used the Q-setter in the machine to touch off new tools, the lead machinist does that for me.

My supervisor says I'm slow because I care about quality. He tells me to CARE about quality but to keep that green light on. He's a pretty good guy and is always willing to help. Anyways just some background. How did most of the machinists on here move from operator to machinist?

What skills should I work on next? What is the logical progression from operator to machinist? Thank You everyone DanielI started on a manual mill and lathe. Then I was sent to school to learn CNC milling. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro.