Lockheed Martin Inspr/pgmr B - Cmm in Stratford, Connecticut

Plan, perform and direct coordinate measuring machine (CMM) inspection operations on vendor and in-house manufactured parts.

Write standard CMM inspection programs from two-dimensional drawings or other source materials. Follow general instructions, complex drawings, machine manuals, special instructions, and standard inspection methods and procedures for selection of characteristics required for computerized CMM inspection programs. Review part drawings for specifications, select starting points, sequence of operations, write standard programs, and correlate with Manufacturing Engineering on more difficult programs and any required validation. Make all necessary mathematical calculations, use coordinate measuring machine and precision measuring equipment such as surface plate, rotary head, etc., to perform first piece inspection on a variety of parts and to verify two-dimensional source programs for inspection use. Responsible for recognizing when coordinate measuring equipment is in need of repair and for coordinating periodic maintenance. Direct and instruct one or two lower grade inspectors on coordinate measuring machine operations, associated inspection methods and procedures, and resolution of any questionable deviations. Interpret 3D solid models. Occasionally advise and work with Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering, and vendor representatives concerning discrepancies of parts not meeting required specifications and quality control standards. Finalize inspection results, maintain computer program file and complete all paperwork as required. Enter e-NMRR’s into system. Perform other related inspection duties as directed. Perform operator checklist as required. Contribute to the overall effectiveness of equipment by performing operator required upkeep. Follow all rules and regulations pertaining to environmental health and safety. Segregate waste material and follow good housekeeping practices. Refer only unusual or recurring problems to Inspector/Programmer A, Working Leader or supervisor.

Basic Qualifications Requires a well-rounded knowledge of inspection methods and procedures, layout methods and the use of coordinate measuring machine and associated precision equipment. Ability to use advanced shop mathematics, including algebra and trigonometry and interpret complex part drawings and specifications. Also requires a short course in CMM programming. Equivalent 2 to 3 years of trades training.

Experience 3 to 4 years.

Desired skills

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Job Location(s): Stratford Connecticut