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  • I do it all, program, setup and run a CNC machine daily.

    929 66.36%
  • I setup & run a machine, but I dont do much/any programming.

    95 6.79%
  • All I do is program CNC machines.

    147 10.50%
  • Im into CNC as hobby right now. It is not how I earn a living.

    257 18.36%
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    Default Re: Who works in manufacturing. programming or machining

    I have been a machinist for 22 years, now moved into programming with smart cam for two years



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    I do it all, programming is my favorite but i also do my own setups and running the machine.



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    I love custom CAMs, like a spindle commander, AutoCAM bores me, though im still on my second year of experience now on CNC`s but I can safely say on any CNC job you throw at me I can make it for you, it does`nt matter anymore if it`s stainless steel to wood, anyone noticed on china carbide bits are harder than US made carbide bits? last time I used US made carbide bits I resharpen every three days but now on the cheap china carbide bits I resharpen every two weeks? anyone noticed it?



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    I am impressed by the German tooling, Guhring in specific.



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    I want to go back to sweeping chips next, but I can't pay my bills that way anymore.



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    I do it all daily. I started machining in the early 90's, took a break while getting an engineering degree, and am happy to be back at it.



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    I started using a small lathe (Unimat) when I was about nine years old. I bought a HF 8x12 Lathe in 2005 then a Sieg X3 mill in 2010. Converted the mill to CNC this year. I am a programmer by profession but not the CNC kind.



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    Youngquist Brothers inc. in Ft Myers, FL is seeking an experienced machinist. Experience programming CNC lathes and mills a must. Experience operating manual lathes, mills, and drill presses also required. A candidate can expect to work on various short run projects.

    Our current machine selection consists of:

    Okuma Captain L370MW CNC lathe with OSP-P100 control with bar feeder
    Okuma LH55-N CNC lathe with OSP-E100L control
    Okuma OSP700L CNC lathe
    Mazak vertical traveling column mill VTC-20B with Mazatrol M plus control
    Kuraki KV-2000 CNC vertical machining center mill with a Fanuc series 16-M controller
    Work schedule is Monday-Friday, 7am-4pm with an hour for lunch.
    Health, dental, vision, and life insurance is offered after 90 days.
    Job Type: Full-time
    contact Mike Curry 239-489-4444 x212



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