David E. Morris
Athens, AL. 35611
To secure employment in a dynamic company that provides a challenging environment, professional growth and the opportunity to utilize fully my experience and problem solving skills. WORK EXPERIENCE
American Leakless Company Athens, AL 2010 - Present
Programmed automatic robotic assembly equipment and provided trouble-shooting expertise.
Performed routine maintenance on automated robotic equipment.
Exceeded personal production goals.
TRIS USA ATHENS AL LEAD
Monitored quality and production in assembly department.
Performed all quality checks in accordance to customer specifications.
Operated and did daily maintenance on automated spot welders.
Reported all quality issues to immediate supervisor Wolverine Tube, Inc. Decatur, AL Lab Technician 2007 - 2008
Monitor quality defects in copper tubing by using spectrometers to evaluate the levels of metal within the copper. Report all defects to Quality Supervisor
Support metal casting with real-time chemical analysis using optical emission spectroscopy
Perform quality assurance activities to include release of orders based on metallurgical evaluation of temper, grain size and microstructure; mechanical properties inspection to include: tensile yield, elongation, expansion, flattening, and cleanliness
Federal Mogul Sealing Systems Athens, Alabama Lead / Interim Supervisor 1999-2007
Provide supervisory duties for assembly personnel on the production floor.
Responsible for employee safety and product quality control.
Assist in employee problem-resolution, employee motivation and morale improvement.
Responsible for set-up and operation of various types of automated assembly equipment.
Versed in the operation and set-up of 200-400 ton progressive and transfer presses.
Operator of Automated Bead Blast machines.
Responsible for the product coordination between production and shipments.
Responsible for stock and product inventory.
Programmer of automatic robotic assembly equipment.
Provided trouble-shooting expertise and perform minor maintenance on equipment when needed.
New employee trainer; Duties range from instruction on proper machine set-up to training new product quality control inspectors.
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Martin Brothers Technologies Huntsville, Alabama Set-up Operator 1999
Responsible for the production of powdered-metal products.
Responsible for the precise measurement, mixing and baking processes of the product as well as the supervision of the stamp-press process.
Operator of 200 ton stamp press.
Set and monitor temperatures of Sintering furnaces to insure proper quality control of product.
Perform Rockwell Hardness tests and heat treatment on finished product to insure specification compliance.
Responsible for Die care and routine maintenance. CENTRIA Cambridge Ohio Quality Control Lab Technician 1998-1999
Responsible for the quality of the painted steel product for all applications.
Responsible for the verification of film and primer thickness, color and stress tests to insure product specification compliance.
Perform titration of specific production chemicals used to clean material before undergoing coating process.
Set and monitored oven temperatures to insure proper quality control.
Provided data entry for product quality control. Metal Works Cambridge Ohio, Set-Up Operator/ Team Lead 1996-1998
● Provide supervisory duties for assembly personnel on the production floor.
● Responsible for employee safety, attendance and call-ins.
● Provided supervision for product quality control.
● Set-up technician and operator of steel shear equipment.
● Performed custom measurements and cut steel to specific requirements.
● Set-up technician and operator of 12-foot turbo-bend machine.
● Configured and operated automatic roll formers as well as 500 ton progressive and transfer presses.
● Responsible for shipping and receiving as well as orders received during work shift.
● In charge of stock storage and floor inventory.
Metal Stampings Byesville, Ohio Senior Operator 1994-1996
● Operator of various types of automatic rivet machines.
● Performed stacked-metal cuts to create heating and cooling industry products.
● Operator of collar machines
● Responsible for packing and labeling finished product before shipment. COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE
Microsoft XP Professional Operating System Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite CERTIFICATONS
ISO/TS 16949 Quality Systems Standards - Internal Auditor Certification Ford Motor Company - Sit-Down, Stand-Up, and walk-behind in production line OCCUPATIONAL & SAFETY TRAINING
Basic Cardio and Life Support,
Harassment in the work place,
Fire Safety and Prevention,
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Hearing Safety & Protection
Lock out/Tag out procedures
Back Safety and Injury Prevention
Shenandoah High School, Sarahsville, Ohio High school diploma, College Prep Curriculum