Excel Foundry & Machine is always looking for great people to fill many CNC machinist jobs!
For those looking for a career as a CNC machinist, look no further!
Want to know more? Here are some common questions:
What is CNC Machining?
CNC stands for ‘Computer Numerical Control.’ Modern manufacturers use this technology to perform a wide range of associated tasks. Virtually every piece of metalworking equipment is available as a CNC machine. Lathes, drills, milling machines, routers, grinders and high-powered cutting devices incorporate CNC technology to greatly increase each machine’s speed, accuracy and consistency.
As a growing manufacturer, Excel is always looking for new and veteran CNC machinists to join our team of professionals. Our facilities are modern, safe, clean, and slated for massive growth. Our expanding facility includes state-of-the-art equipment including large TosHulin and custom-built Wickman-Bennett VTLs (vertical turret lathes) that are truly one-of-a-kind!
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What can I expect as a member of the Excel family?
The Excel team is filled with intelligent, bright, friendly people who enjoy working in a team environment. Each employee is known by name, not by a number. We invest in our employees because we want every employee to love coming to work each day.
What type of training should I expect as a CNC Machinist Trainee?
Quality Control Training
- Print Reading (interpreting blueprints, technical drawings, and schematics)
- Measuring Tools (micrometers, calipers, engineering scales, etc.)
- Time/Job Tracking Software
- Quality Management System
Machine Training (machine-specific, one-on-one)
- Machine Operation
- Machine Codes/Language
ToolingU Training Curriculum
The online classroom and instruction resource called ToolingU is full of invaluable teaching information relevant to manufacturing of all types. Specifically, Excel uses ToolingU in an online training capacity to get our new Machinists started on the fast track to success.
How will my performance be evaluated?
We evaluate employees’ performance based on these 5 criteria:
- Work Ethic
- Quality of Work