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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Forming Machine Operator

SUMMARY:   Profoundly talented Forming Machine Operator with more than six years experience in operating metal forming machines such as sheet metal rolls, brakes, shears, hydraulic or mechanical presses, band saws, blanking presses, punch presses, cut-off saws, flank machines, combination beading machines, planishing machines, shrinking machines, nibblers, power riveters, turret punches, metal stitching machine, drop hammers, and rivet making machines that cut, punch, stamp, draw, shape, and roll cold metal sheets, strips, or wire into desired shapes or contours.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Strong knowledge of the operating procedures and functions of the different kinds of equipment used in the manufacture of coins.
  • Great ability to determine the causes of defects during the different phases of coin manufacture, based on knowledge of the entire coinage manufacturing process and the general characteristics of the metals involved.
  • Exceptional skill in manipulating and coordinating the use of hand and foot levers controlling the operation of the equipment used.
  • Profound ability to operate one machine while at the same time monitor the operation of a bank of from two to six additional automatic presses.
  • Excellent working knowledge of the general characteristics (e.g., hard, soft, brittle, nonbrittle) of such metals as copper, bronze, silver, aluminum, nickel, and clad to identify and select the proper stock to be used, and to adjust the pressure settings of the machines for the correct operation.
  • In-depth ability to identify the causes of various irregularities such as jamming, overheating, low air or oil pressure, cracked dies or collars, improper strike, loose fingers or inserts, broken or bent pins or springs, and power failure.
  • Remarkable ability to disassemble and assemble the feeder mechanism and make minor repairs and adjustments to the feed bowls, webbing, camstroke, tubes, vibratory trays, and other parts of the different kinds of machines operated.
  • Thorough knowledge of the relationship between the temperature and humidity of the work areas, and the metallic content of the blanks in determining the proper conditioning process including the correct amount of oil to apply before and after washing and the buffing required while drying the coins.
  • Huge ability to make judgments on the acceptability of coins after close visual inspection.

Professional Experience

Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Forming Machine Operator
  • Select, install, and align proper dies to produce the correct bend angle and radius in accomplishing work.
  • Manipulate the control pedals and levers of machines; maneuver larger and more complex work pieces on the anvil or other working surface; and strike them repeatedly with hand or power hammer, or press between dies until the parts are formed.
  • Form, shape, and reproduce metal items such as fuel tanks for aircraft, compartment boxes, I-beams, ducts, nose cones, wings, ribs, and other skin or frame part of an aircraft.
  • Plan, lay out, and perform work from multiview blueprints, shop directives, technical manuals, and other documents.
  • Determine the amount of material necessary including allowance for bend radius, hardness, and stretch of metal; determine blank sizes and shapes of the finished part prior to forming operations; and solve metal forming and drawing problems.
  • Develop diagrams, prints, and dies, other drawings from which to duplicate the part.
  • Improvise templates and special purpose aids such as form blocks, drill and assembly jigs, and fixtures to hold parts in alignment and to close tolerance.
  • Apply rubber pressure pads to equalize pressure when forming severe angles and complicated contours.
  • Remove compression wrinkles from formed parts by means of power planishing hammers or hand mallets and portable anvils.

Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2000 - 2002

Forming Machine Operator Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Operated single, dual, and quad dies in appropriate presses to produce coins and planchets.
  • Replaced and aligned dies, troubleshot to determine the cause of malfunctions.
  • Performed minor repairs such as the removal and replacement of worn, bent, or cracked feeders, collars, friction posts, springs, die holders, fibers, studs, and other coin press parts; adjusting stake assembly, speed and stroke of the presses, grip of feeder fingers, stroke carriage, and other parts of the press feeder system.
  • Operated various types of manual and automatic metal forming machines that formed and drew parts such as straps, metal furniture, wing patches and flaps, pans, brackets, and other objects which had predominantly straight edges and regular curves.
  • Made minor changes in machine set up such as realigning for different sizes or changes in the shape, cut, and opening of the work piece.
  • Used measuring instruments such as scales and various standard gauges to check the accuracy of dimensions and to maintain the position of preset machine stops and fixtures.
  • Used protractors, calipers, snips, punches, drill presses, band saws, and other power and handtools in maneuvering and shaping metals (such as aluminum, stainless steel, and steel alloys) in machines and with hammers.
  • Used magnifying glass to detect cracks and other imperfections in the dies and removed and replaced the dies including the alignment of all parts.

Education

High School Diploma (2000)




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