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Assembly Line Mechanic

Location:
Harleyville, South Carolina, 29448, United States
Salary:
60,000
Posted:
January 31, 2018

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Thomas Darnell

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Operating Experience Certifications

● lull certified ● Forklift certified. ● Scissor-lift. ● Twic Card ● Tig Welding

● Road packer. ● man-lift. ● Backhoe ● Mig Welding- flux/hardwire ● Scissor-lift

● Skid Steer ● Bulldozer. ● stick-7018/6011/arc gouging

● OSHA 10 ● MSHA 24

Experience

2017-C urrently working Linton Mechanical Goose Creek S.C. Welder/ Fabricator/ Millwright

Repairing worn out bearings, rollers, chains, replacing flange gaskets, electric motors, valves,Pumps etc. Welding with 7018/6011 rods and Flux core and hard wire might. Practicing safety by using lock out tag out, maintaining orderliness, keeping a clean work spaces and great communication with operators.

2015 – 2017 East Coast Fabrication Ruffin, SC

Fabricator/Welder/Mechanic

Repaired logging truck trailers, tractors, farm equipment, custom trailers, crane repair for Port of Charleston most repairs were done on site. Maintained local plants by repairing and replacing fan motors, fan blades, rusted pipes and bolts. Fixed conveys buckets.

2 012 – 2015 Comact USA St. George, SC

Fabricator/Welder/Millwright/Mechanic

Built saw mill equipment, built and installed motor drive systems, installed and lined up pulleys using four points of contact then torqued bolts to spec, installed any air or hydraulic lines, and built guards to cover any moving parts. 2008 - 2011 Navagree Port Author, TX

Fitter / Welder

My duties were to take measurements, mark out measurements with soapstone, punch lines with metal punch, prep metal with grinder, remark punched lines with soapstone, cut with torch, prep cut out with grinder, fit insert into cut out, tack insert in place, then weld insert first with 6011 then I would lay a pass with 7018 to finish. 2006 - 2007 Scout Boats Summerville, SC

Boat Rigger

I had to assemble an assembly line kit. Each kit was unique due to its order. After I reviewed the part list for the kit I would drill holes necessary for the customer’s order then installed the gas tank, hoses, electrical wires for pumps, lights, gauges, boat console, steering wheel, etc. When I finished my kit, it was then pushed down the line. I averaged three and a half boats a week.

2005 - 2006 USCOA International Corp. St. George, SC Head Operator/Mechanic

I supervised three people. I adjusted the PVC levels, yarn weight and height of each mat, air pressure to PVC pump, chopping speed of yarn and dryer temperature. Every hour I had to enter my machine setting in to the computer for the office personal. Helped maintenance anytime they needed an extra hand.



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