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CAD / CAM Programmer

CAD / CAM Programmer

Location: Stansted, Essex

Salary: £50k - £55k + Excellent Benefits

The Client:

Our client is the UK's leading aerospace and defence engineering company, offering customers excellent manufacturing services.

The Role

As an CAD / CAM Programmer, you will develop CNC programs for 3 and 5 axis machining, utilising 2D drawings and 3D models, and provide comprehensive supporting documentation.


? Generate 3D models based on 2D drawings when customer-supplied model data is unavailable.
? Maintain proper storage and management of all CNC programs in accordance with company protocols.
? Create setting sheets, tooling, and fixture specifications, ensuring essential manufacturing details are accessible to operators.
? Strategise and execute machining methods for various components.
? Design tooling and fixtures to optimise the precision manufacturing process.
? Capture and store online programming modifications for future reference and use.
? Support the tender and bid process by estimating cutting times and offering recommendations for efficient manufacturing practices, collaborating closely with operators.


? Previous experince working in a similar role
? Proven experience of Hypermill and Vericut.
? Background in LEAN manufacturing principles and fostering a culture of continuous improvement.
? Ability to read engineering drawings.
? Good communication and problen solving skills.

Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.

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