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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 Tender

SUMMARY:   Remarkably talented and energetic Forming-Machine Tender with over six years experience in tending machines to shape and form a wide variety of manufactured products, such as glass bulbs, molded food and candy, rubber goods, clay products, wax products, tobacco plugs, cosmetics, and paper products, by means of extruding, compressing or compacting.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Great ability to install, operate, control and monitor machines    and equipment.
  • Profound ability to perform quality control analysis.
  • Exceptional ability to manage time effectively and meet    deadline.
  • Strong ability to coordinate the work of others.
  • In-depth ability to communicate effectively with others.
  • Strong ability to work independently individually and in a team.
  • Thorough knowledge of relevant tools and machines, including    the ability to perform minor repairs and maintenance.
  • Strong knowledge of production processes and techniques for    achieving maximum output.
  • Remarkable knowledge, understanding and the ability to apply    mathematical principles.
  • Strong knowledge of work safety procedures.

    Professional Experience

    Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Forming Machine Tender
    • Activate machine to shape or form products, such as candy bars, light bulbs, silver spoons, balloons, or insulation panels.
    • Monitor machine operations and observe indicator lights and gauges, such as thermometers, voltage meters, and timers to detect malfunctions.
    • Adjust machine components to regulate speed, pressure, and temperature of machine, and amount, dimensions, and flow of materials or ingredients.
    • Fill molds and position ingredients or materials, such as glass rods, candy, or rolls of paper, on machine feeding mechanism.
    • Clear jams, remove defective or substandard materials or products, and readjust machine components to conform to specifications.
    • Remove materials or products from mold, or from extruding, forming, pressing, or compacting machine, and stack or store for additional processing.
    • Review work orders, specifications, or instructions to determine materials, ingredients, procedures, components, settings, and adjustments for extruding, forming, pressing, or compacting machine.
    • Measure, mix, cut, shape, soften, and join materials and ingredients, such as powder, cornmeal, or rubber to prepare for machine processing.
    • Select and install machine components, such as dies, molds, and cutters, according to specifications, using hand tools and measuring devices.
    • Examine, measure, and weigh materials or products to verify conformance to standards, using measuring devices, such as templates, micrometers, or scales.
    • Move materials, supplies, components, and finished products between storage and work areas, using work aids, such as racks, hoists, and handtrucks.
    • Replace worn or broken parts, such as nozzles, punches, and filters, and clean and lubricates machine components to maintain in working order.
    • Record and maintain production data, such as meter readings, and quantity, type, and dimensions of materials produced.

    Texcom Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Forming Machine Tender Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Started and monitored machine, such as shear, roller, lathe, extruder, punch-press, hammer or deburrer that stamped, cut, or otherwise formed workpiece.
    • Set and adjusted controls, pumps, guides, and switches to regulate speed, pressure, heat, thickness, clearance, hardness, and other machining variables.
    • Observed machine operation and adjusted controls to correct imperfections and attain specified dimensions and shape.
    • Positioned workpiece on table of forming machine manually or using crane.
    • Threaded workpiece or wire into machine feed mechanism.
    • Stopped motor and shut down machine to change setup, repair malfunctions, and removed clogs or finished workpiece.
    • Inspected and measured completed piece to verify conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments and templates.
    • Traced or positioned layout lines on workpiece, using compass or template.
    • Read and reviewed work order and blueprints to determine machine setup, sequences of operations, and specifications.
    • Preheated or annealed workpiece using hand torch or heating furnace.
    • Tempered, trimmed, finished, shaped, and aligned piece using hand tools and hand-held power tools.
    • Adjusted, installed, and scribed guides, blades, punches, dies, stops, and fixtures on forming machine using hand tools, thumbscrews, or handwheels.
    • Cleaned and lubricated machines and workpieces.
    • Recorded production and inspection information such as date, materials used, and number of pieces completed.

    Education

    High School Diploma (2000)




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