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Oak Creek, WI
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- Test prepreg materials to determine material thickness and overall quality by averaging sample thicknesses and performing other quality checks.
- Prepare clean room for multilayer panel set-up by organizing workspace and needed materials.
- Set up and operate the Flash Router in accordance with standard operating procedures.
- Lay-up panels before pressing by inserting prepreg between core layers and by assembling panel layers in proper numerical order.
- Load panels into and remove panels from the multilayer press, the cold press, and the baking ovens as needed to produce a quality multilayer panel. Tear down panels after pressing and cooling.
- Using the spot face machine, ensure that all resin is removed from around pinning holes.
- Record scale flows and other measurements in lamination log and panel thickness measurements on tic sheet. Complete traveler, time sheets, and other related paperwork.
- Utilize the multilayer press, cold press, baking ovens, shear, spot face machine, hydraulic lift, edgemate, stamper, micrometers, and various hand tools in the performance of duties.
- Communicate verbally and in writing with various associates and departments on the status of jobs.
Must be able to communicate with different personnel both verbally and through the completion of written reports and documents.
- Attention to detail and willingness to work in a clean room environment essential. Ability to work unsupervised with a high degree of productivity also needed.
- Perform other tasks and duties as necessary.
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT: Work requires stooping, crouching, reaching, and standing (for particularly long periods of time), fingering, grasping, and feeling. Work tends to be slightly repetitive in motion. Lifting of up to 50 pounds required frequently. Exertion of 100 pounds required occasionally. The worker is subject to noise and some workplace hazards, including proximity to moving parts. Required safety equipment includes wearing steel-toed shoes. Additional safety equipment may be required when in restricted areas. Clean room uniforms, consisting of overalls and a hair net required when laying-up panels.
QUALIFICATIONS: Skills and requirements for this position would generally be acquired through a high school education, including a basic math course.