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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 Setter

SUMMARY:   Highly gifted and resourceful Forming Machine Setter with more than six years experience in setting up machines that extrude and form continuous filaments from synthetic materials, such as liquid polymer, rayon, and fiberglass.

Summary of Qualifications


  • Remarkable knowledge of knowledge of the design,    maintenance, repair and use of tools and machines.
  • Exceptional knowledge of production processes, quality    control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the    effective manufacture and distribution of goods.
  • Great knowledge and ability to apply engineering science and    technological principles, techniques, procedures, and    equipment to the design and production of various goods.
  • Profound ability to operate and control equipment and    systems.
  • In-depth ability to watch and regulate indicators, such as    dials to ensure proper functioning.
  • Uncommon ability to detect faults in equipment and to    performing minor repairs as well as routine maintenance
  • Great organizational skill and the ability to work independently    and in a team.

    Professional Experience

    Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Forming Machine Setter
    • Clean and maintain extruding and forming machines, using hand tools.
    • Load materials into extruding and forming machines, using hand tools, and adjust feed mechanisms to set feed rates.
    • Lower pans inside cabinets to catch molten filaments until flow of polymer through packs has stopped.
    • Move controls to activate and adjust extruding and forming machines.
    • Notify other workers of defects, and direct them to adjust extruding and forming machines.
    • Observe flow of finish across finish rollers, and turn valves to adjust flow to specifications.
    • Observe machine operations, control boards, and gauges to detect malfunctions such as clogged bushings and defective binder applicators.
    • Open cabinet doors to cut multifilament threadlines away from guides, using scissors.
    • Pass sliver strands through openings in floors to workers on floors below who wind slivers onto tubes.
    • Press buttons to stop machines when processes are complete or when malfunctions are detected.
    • Press metering-pump buttons and turn valves to stop flow of polymers.
    • Pull extruded fiberglass filaments over sleeves where binding solution is applied, then into grooves of graphite shoes that bind filaments into single strands of sliver.
    • Record details of machine malfunctions.
    • Record operational data on tags, and attach tags to machines.
    • Remove excess, entangled, or completed filaments from machines, using hand tools.
    • Remove polymer deposits from spinnerettes and equipment, using silicone spray, brass chisels, and bronze-wool pads.

    Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Forming Machine Setter Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Set up and operated automatic glass forming machines that pressed gobs (lumps) of molten glass in molds to form bottles, containers, cathode ray tubes, and other glass products.
    • Adjusted shears to cut and plungers to force gobs from forehearth, using handtools.
    • Installed and adjusted feeder tubes leading from forehearth to molds to deliver gob to mold, using wrenches.
    • Mounted and bolted blanking molds and final molds to hanger arms on machine, and bolted molder to spinner plates, using handtools.
    • Installed and aligned neck rings and press plungers to blanking molds, using wrenches, to form neck and mouths of product.
    • Coupled air lines to molds and coolant lines to mold jacket to regulate solidification of formed glass.
    • Coupled gas lines to burners under molds to maintain plasticity of glass during forming.
    • Adjusted trip buttons on timer drum to set gob feeding, blank molding, final molding, and product discharging sequence.
    • Turned controls to regulate air pressure, gas pressure, glass temperatures, and coolant flow.
    • Observed machine operation to maintain sequences and air and fluid volumes, using knowledge of machine operation and product specifications.
    • Frequently swabbed molds with graphite solution to prevent glass from sticking to mold, using swab or spray gun.
    • Periodically, visually examined product for surface defects that indicated damage.
    • Scored molds and measured shape, size, and weight of product, using fixed gauges and scales to determine if air pressure, solidification rate, and gob size were correct.

        Education

        High School Diploma (2000)




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