• Toolroom Tech II

    Job Locations US-WI-MIDDLETON
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  • Description

    Job Purpose

    Perform maintenance and repair of manufacturing equipment.  Fabricates new and replacement parts for manufacturing equipment.


    Job Duties

    Perform troubleshooting and repair of machines. 

    • Troubleshoot and diagnose problem through direct evaluation and information obtained from other sources.
    • Determine if safety issue exists; if so, follow lock out/tag out procedures.
    • Assess need for replacement part(s).
    • Obtain spare part through stock, use of equipment manual or Internet.
    • Perform repairs to machine, including plumbing, electrical, pneumatic and/or hydraulic repairs.
    • Perform basic facility repairs.

    Build new parts and dies.   

    • May use AutoCAD to design parts and dies.
    • Build new parts and dies per design specifications.
    • Fabricates parts.
    • Test dies for quality and safety before releasing to floor. 

    Miscellaneous machine maintenance/utility. 

    • Assist in the fabrication of new machines.
    • May make own machine parts.
    • Perform basic stick and wire feed welding.
    • Move equipment – internal and external. Equipment may be moved as a whole or disassembled, moved and reassembled. 
    • Perform preventative maintenance.

    Tear down/repair tooling.

    • Disassemble tooling.
    • Clean parts using solvents or fluids.
    • Measure parts for excessive wear; maintain tolerance levels to tool design.
    • Reads AutoCAD drawings to determine tolerance levels to tool design.
    • Fabricate replacement part using manual machines (surface grinders, lathes, milling machines, etc.)
    • Replace broken part(s).
    • Grind worn parts and shim accordingly.
    • Reassemble tooling.
    • Test reassembled manufacturing equipment for quality and safety before returning to floor.
    • Assist with setup in manufacturing operations like press room, injection molding, etc.

    Maintain work environment. 

    • Attend regular stretching, daily huddle, Quality at the Source (Q@S), and safety meetings.
    • Maintain work environment in a neat and orderly manner.
    • Follow approved safety procedures.
    • Report unsafe work conditions to supervisor.
    • Must be willing to travel to other facilities to assist with whatever is needed.
    • Perform other related work, as needed. 


    Education and Experience

    • Minimum Education Required: Associate Degree from Technical School
    • Minimum Job-Related Experience Required: 5 year manufacturing experience, 1 year experience in maintenance or tooling

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Good oral and written communication skills.
    • Basic math skills.
    • Work in an organized, clean and safe manner.
    • Ability to read a tool print.
    • Ability to use basic hand and power shop tools (drill press, metal saws, mill, grinders to tolerances within .001, calipers, micrometers, lathes, etc.)

    Physical Requirements

    • Ability to lift 25lbs. frequently and up to 50 lbs. occasionally
    • Ability to sit, stand and walk for 8 hours
    • Ability to wear required PPE


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