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Prototype & Production Machinist

Location:
Texas, United States
Posted:
October 29, 2016

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WILLIAM C. ALLEN

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Highly skilled manufacturing professional offering solid expertise in the areas of CAD/CAM design with implementation into new and existing manufacturing methods and procedures. Strong background in machining methods and procedures with a variety of materials.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Office 97-2013 (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, & FrontPage)

Mastercam X6

AutoCAD R14-2014

Autodesk Inventor 14

SolidEdgeV10-V21

Merry Mechanization

Experienced in networking, hardware and software troubleshooting

SolidWorks 2013

MetalSoft AP100US and Global

Amnest, SDEX compiler

Salvagnini FMS software

Fabriwin

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Double E, Inc. – Dallas, Texas

Machinist 2014 - Current

• Daily responsibilities including set-up, programming, and operation of Mazak Nexus lathe for machining.

• Responsible for tool selection, tool setting, and offset management for wear based corrections in length and diameter.

• Designed and fabricated new product rubber compression molds.

• Responsible for creating 3D models of existing molds to complete documentation in accordance with ISO requirements.

B.E. TECHNOLOGIES – Carrollton, Texas

Prototype Machinist 2012 - 2014

• Daily responsibilities including set-up and operation of vertical machining centers and table routers for aerospace and prototype production using CNC and manual equipment.

• Responsible for tool selection, tool setting, and offset management for wear based corrections in length and diameter.

• Yama-Seiki, Fadal, and Haas VMC and Haas table router maintenance and operation.

• Basic Mastercam X5 and X6 programming experience. SPECIAL PRODUCTS & MANUFACTURING – Rockwall, Texas CNC Programmer 2010 - 2012

• Programmed Amada and Finn Power FMS cells with an emphasis on precision using Fabriwin 2010, Solidworks 2010, and NCExpress software packages.

• Design and ordering of special tools for use in manufacturing.

• Designed and implemented a material improvement project reducing scrap by over 25% over multiple materials. LETOURNEAU TECHNOLOGIES, INC. – Longview, Texas

Machinist 2006 – 2007, 2008 – 2009

• Directly responsible for operation and daily maintenance of three-axis slant turret turning center with live tooling capability, as well as flatbed turning centers for the production of offshore oil drilling platforms and heavy earth moving equipment.

• Created and edited g-code and conversational programming in order to efficiently manufacture components for assembly.

• Proficient with Fanuc, Mazatrol, Fagor, and Cincinnati controls. WILLIAM C. ALLEN

NORTHSHORE SHEETMETAL – Everett, Washington

CNC Programmer 2007

• Programmed and operated Salvagnini FMS P4 panel bending system using proprietary software in conjunction with the 3D design of architectural sheet metal coverings using Autodesk Inventor.

• Successfully trained four personnel in operation and basic programming of Salvagnini P4 system, assuring firm grasp of operations behind the machine.

• Operated and programmed Finn Power FMS turret punch press using SigmaNest software. MICROMETL, LTD. – Longview, Texas

Machine Supervisor 2005-2006

• Directly responsible for day-to-day operations of machine department comprising of Amada FMS equipment. Produced daily production reports, including employee time entry and efficiencies.

• Led the start-up of multiple productions lines, as well as establishing five “S” theory and policy.

• Actively assisted in developing Kan-Ban lean manufacturing procedures for product lines.

• Created and implemented three new methods of tracking raw materials and finished goods within the department, reducing reports from three into one supervisory document.

• Directly responsible for training and re-training of department personnel in procedure and quality control standards, as well as machine operation assuring safety in compliance with ISO 2001 - 9000.

• Programmed equipment in order to maintain high levels of material usage and efficiency.

• Actively assisted the MIS department on many occasions ranging from routine installations of new clients to component level troubleshooting.

• Created and maintained several MS Access databases, as well as developed queries, reports, and data entry forms, significantly improving administrative efficiency. EDUCATION

• P4 Basic Programming – Hamilton, Ohio – 2007

• Production and Operations Management – Kilgore College – Longview, Texas – 2004

• Communications in Management – Kilgore College – Longview, Texas – 2003

• AmadaSoft AP100, CAD/CAM software – Amada Training Center – Covington, Georgia – 2003

• Blueprint Reading and Total Quality Management, Blueprint Reading & TQM

• Kilgore College – Longview, Texas – 2003

• Salvagnini S4 Programming Language – Salvagnini Group – Hamilton, Ohio – 2002

• U.S. Navy – Great Lakes, Illinois and San Diego, California – 1994 – 1996

• Attended 36 weeks class “A” school for Fire Controlman. Subjects included (but not limited to) basic and advanced AC and DC power, digital and analog circuits, logic gates, electromechanical systems and radar theory and operation.

• Attended 29 weeks class “C” school for Close in Weapons System. Maintenance and operation course including hydraulic, pneumatic, electromechanical, and radar control systems. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST



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