Machining Concepts (MC) produces high precision medium to small machined parts and mechanical assemblies as a contract manufacturer to the aerospace, automotive, electrical component, medical device, military, off-road vehicle, and general industrial markets. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility uses the latest CNC machining technologies to produce complex and intricate machined components that meet or exceed the most demanding tight tolerances. Products machined from bar stock, castings, forgings, tubing, and billets weigh up to 50 pounds. MC operates in a climate-controlled ISO 9001:2015 certified machine shop in Germantown, WI, and has been providing machining services since 1995.
The main function of the Inspector will be to verify conformance to drawing and specifications. Specific responsibilities will include the following:
1. Conduct first piece inspections when requested by manufacturing personnel. This inspection will take place in accordance with Machining Concepts First Piece Inspection procedures and work instructions.
2. Program and operate the CMM (PC-DMIS) to provide inspection
3. Program and operate the CMM/Vision System OGP Flash
4. Interpret CMM output to provide clear evidence of our meeting specifications and/or provide clear direction for the machinist and manufacturing team.
5. Conduct receiving inspection functions in accordance with MC’s Receiving Inspection procedure and work instructions.
6. Conduct final inspection functions in accordance with MC’s Final Inspection procedure and work instructions.
7. Audit in-process inspections when directed.
8. Report results of all inspections to machinists and plant supervision. Initiate NCRs for out-of-tolerance conditions.
9. Conduct casting and weldment layout inspections as directed.
10. Create accurate inspection reports as required.
11. Set up inspection gages when requested by machinists.
The Inspector II will have 3 - 5 years of experience in quality inspection required, preferably in a machining or fabrication environment. and have a strong background in dimensional inspection and machining method. Able to use a variety of hand inspection tools to conduct inspections. Must be able to interpret manufacturing drawings and understands GD&T. Ability to conduct casting and weldment layout inspections is a requirement. Ability to operate and program (PC-DMIS) a CMM. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are a must. Computer skills are required.