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CNC Programmer - Architectural Millwork

Denver, Colorado, United States
November 07, 2018


CNC Programmer – Architectural Millwork

Founded in 1975, Woodcraft Unlimited has emerged as one of Colorado’s premier architectural millwork, casework, and custom furniture companies. Located just west of the University of Denver, our shop is centrally located in the heart of the metro area just off Evans and Broadway. Woodcraft Unlimited is currently in search of a qualified individual to join the company as a CNC Programmer. The proper candidate will bring to life quality woodworking products using CAD design and CNC programming. If you are a self-starter who pays close attention to detail, has a passion for design, as well as a knack for creative thinking, we would like to hear from you.


• Through close review of each contracted project, work with Project Manager and Shop Foreman to ensure products are manufactured accurately to the specifications provided by architectural drawings.

• Using CAD/CAM software, lead the programming operations for all CNC machining. Products range from casework and cabinetry, to more complex reception areas and conference room units.

• Provide written and verbal instruction to CNC operator for all scheduled machine programs. Note required sheet quantities, material finish type, job folder locations, and other important information.

• Assist in CNC operation as needed.

• Provide CNC machine maintenance to ensure tools are in working order, and parts are cut to the correct dimensions. This includes but is not limited to: tool changes, spoil-board fly-cuts and replacement, cutter compensations, etc.

• Provide continuous support to shop floor workers, producing custom jigs, templates, and parts as needed.

• Create new tool knowledge/layer associations between RouterCIM Automation and AutoCAD as needed, and update the system to accurately machine any new process.

• Maintain appropriate inventory levels of router bits.


• High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Technical Degree/Associates preferred.

• 1-3 years experience with AutoCAD 2017.

• Ability to read and understand architectural drawings and blueprints.

• Working knowledge of fabrication techniques in an architectural millworking environment. Cabinetry/woodworking experience is nice to have.

• Minimum of one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

• CAD/CAM experience, knowledge of RouterCIM Automation Suite is a plus.

• Familiarity with 3-Axis CNC milling machines, preferably Biesse Rover S.