â?¾Troubleshooting issues: Machine operators will need to know why machines are not performing at peak performance, how to increase production, and how to correct errors. Attention to detail: Machine operators will work with precision equipment. Being in millimeters could be a critical error. Much attention to detail is required. Mechanical and technical skills: Some machines are controlled by computers and operators will need to work with CAD / CAM technology. Others are highly mechanical and operators will need to know how and why they work. Analytical skills: Machine operators will need to read and understand blueprints, schematics, models, and other specifications. Work with heavy machinery from installation to operation. Machine operators can work with computer controlled equipment or more mechanically based machines to make sure they are set up correctly, working well, and producing quality products. Machine operators make sure their machines are running at full capacity, are stocked with the necessary materials, are well maintained, and carry out regular production checks. Machine operators can work on many different machines, or specialize on one complex machine. They are builders, fabricators, mechanics, craftsmen, and quality assurance wrapped in one.
Associate Degree or Technical Course in Mechanic, Instrumentation, Tool & Die o related. One year or more of prior experience in similar position, having good math skills will help machine operators understand complex instructions, how schematics work and make sure items are designed and built correctly.
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