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Objective: Seek the position of Coil Winder
SUMMARY: Profoundly gifted Coil Winder with over seven years experience in winding wire coils used in electrical components, such as resistors and transformers, and in electrical equipment and instruments, such as field cores, bobbins, armature cores, electrical motors, generators, and control equipment.
Summary of Qualifications
In-depth knowledge of the design, repair, maintenance and uses of machines and tools.
Great knowledge of engineering and technology, including their practical application.
Solid knowledge and prediction of physical principles, laws, their interrelationships, and applications to understanding mechanical and electrical structures and processes.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Remarkable knowledge and ability to apply mathematical principles.
Wind coils used in electrical equipment and instruments or as electronic components, according to wiring diagrams, sample coil, or work order, using coil winding machines and hand tools.
Review wiring diagrams and work order and examine sample coil to ascertain type and size of wire specified, and type, size, length, circumference, and primary and secondary windings of coil to be wound.
Select coil forming device for specified coil and fasten device onto machine arbor, mandrel, or spindle and fasten device between chuck and tail stock.
Thread end of wire from reel through tension device, guides, and spreader, bend wire ends to form lead, and attach lead to coil core.
Turn setscrews to adjust tension on wire and set counter for number of turns specified.
Start machine and manually feed wire over coil core or spreader to obtain even and uniform winding and shape of coil.
Observe counter and stop machine at specified number of coils.
Wrap insulation between layers and around wound coil and insert plastic blocks between turns to form cooling ducts.
Cut wire to form leads, using wire or bolt cutters.
Pound coil with hammer or mallet to shape end windings and remove coil from fixtures.
Wind asbestos, cotton, glass mica, paper, or tape around coil, and brush varnish on coil or dip coil in varnish, epoxy, or wax to reinforce and seal coil.
Strip insulation from end of lead wires, thread lead wires through insulating sleeves or slide sleeves over leads, and solder lead wires to terminals.
Machine Tools Inc., Minneapolis, MN 1998 - 2002
Apprentice Coil Winder (under supervision)
Operated and tended wire-coiling machine.
Attached, altered and trimmed materials, such as wire, insulation, and coils, using hand tools.
Reviewed work orders and specifications to ascertain material needed and type of part to be processed.
Observed gauges and stopped machine to remove completed components, using hand tools.
Selected and loaded materials, such as workpieces, objects, and machine parts onto equipment used in coiling process.
Examined and tested wired electrical components, using measuring devices.
Applied solutions or paints to wired electrical components, using hand tools.
Recorded production and operational data on specified forms.
Repaired and maintained electrical components and machinery parts, using hand tools.