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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 Tool Grinder

SUMMARY:   Highly efficient and resourceful Tool Grinder with more than six years experience setting up, operating and adjusting numerous types of conventional or Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) grinding equipment, utilizing drawings, sketches, specification documents, pre-planned control media and program documents to fabricate, inspect, refurbish, alter and sharpen tools (e.g., end mills, cutters, reamers).

Summary of Qualifications
  • Profound ability to use mathematics including practical math, algebra, geometry and trigonometry.
  • Immense ability to read and interpret engineering, machine and tooling drawings.
  • Exceptional ability to visualize a three-dimensional shape from a two-dimensional view, converting left-hand to right-hand views and understanding symbols, flag notes, general notes and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
  • Strong ability to operate computing equipment to access job information (e.g., drawings, specifications and other online information systems).
  • Remarkable ability to operate computing equipment to perform job tasks (e.g., upload/download programs, create/edit CNC or PLC programs).
  • Great knowledge of the coordinate system to identify multiple axes (e.g., X,Y,Z).
  • In-depth knowledge of grinding wheels used when operating cylindrical, surface or centerless machines.
  • Immense ability to use various types of hand tools and hand-held power tools.
  • Uncommon knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures and machinability of materials (e.g., cutting speed and feed rates for material being machined).
  • In-depth ability to effectively communicate verbal information such as tie-ins and job related information.
  • Strong knowledge of safe working practices, emergency procedures and possible dangerous situations.
  • Great knowledge and understanding of Statistical Process Control (SPC) applications and interpretation of statistical results.
  • Exceptional ability to set-up and operate various (conventional or NC/CNC) grinding machines.
Professional Experience

Xetan Flavor Cigarette, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Tool Grinder
  • Obtain hardware and work order (W/O).
  • Obtain appropriate tool drawings, specification documents and sketches, as required.
  • Ensure that the correct grinding wheels, set-up tools, or fixtures are available for use and are free from visible defects.
  • Identify type of set-up required and run previously set-up job by reviewing work order, tie-in sheets, operator's or setup documents, drawings, sketches and CATIA plots.
  • Check machine set-up and parts completed by previous operator to determine progress on a job and ensure safe working conditions, as required.
  • Select machine accessories and holding devises (e.g., chucks, vises, templates, tracers).
  • Verify that the apparatus is in good condition.
  • Attach machine accessories, tools, fixtures (e.g., air nozzles, coolant, suction devises), shop aids and gears using dial indicators, dividing head, wrenches, bolts, clamps, and lifting devises.
  • Download CNC programs to machine controller using computing equipment, as required.
  • Select, form, and check cutting tools or grinding wheels per drawings, specification documents, sketches, program or CNC documents.
  • Ensure cutters or grinding wheels are the correct type, width, diameter, radius, and are in good condition.
  • Load and unload grinding wheels following machine or program information or set-up documents, using tool holders, grinding wheel hubs, spindle tapers, hand tools (e.g., wrenches, mallets, spanners) and lifting devises.
  • Load and install tools (e.g., core drills, reamers, end mills, cutters) to be manufactured or altered and fabricate as required.
  • Set machine coordinates or index points per conventional machine documents or CNC documents, including cutter offset/compensations, tool heights, and probes, using controller keyboard, digital readout; height blocks, and shims, as required.

Xetan Flavor Cigarette, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Tool Grinder Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Inspected or measured finished workpieces to determine conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments such as gauges or micrometers.
  • Lifted and positioned workpieces, manually or with hoists, and secured them in hoppers or on machine tables, faceplates, or chucks, using clamps.
  • Set up, operated grinding and related tools that remove excess material or burrs from surfaces, sharpen edges or corners, or buff, hone, or polish metal or plastic workpieces.
  • Observed machine operations to detect any problems; made necessary adjustments to correct problems.
  • Set and adjusted machine controls according to product specifications, utilizing knowledge of machine operation.
  • Measured workpieces and laid out work, using precision measuring devices.
  • Selected machine tooling to be used, utilizing knowledge of machine and production requirements.
  • Studied blueprints, work orders, or machining instructions to determine product specifications, tool requirements, and operational sequences.
  • Mounted and positioned tools in machine chucks, spindles, or other tool holding devices, using hand tools.
  • Activated machine start-up switches to grind, lap, hone, debar, shear, or cut workpieces, according to specifications.

Education

High School Diploma (2000)




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