CMM programmers who qualify as computer-savvy precision measurement experts have an excellent opportunity to use their technical skills and create superior inspection programs for coordinate-measuring machines at Hatch Stamping. In this wide-ranging role, where programming tasks ensure that no two days are alike, you will enhance your career by interpreting and evaluating data, suggesting areas of improvement based on measurement results and communicating results effectively with the team. Besides having a variety of work from gage calibration to creating programs for new business, you'll gain hands-on experience with leading-edge equipment: CMM, PC-DMIS and AutoCAD systems.
As CMM Programmer, your prior experience with CMM will ensure you quickly master programming in PC-DMIS. This will include building new programs, editing and modifying existing programs and providing accurate information to the manufacturing floor in order to continue to further our industry-leading quality, performance and agility. Star performers are adept at keeping their focus, maintaining accuracy even while juggling multiple tasks as they use custom-written programs to generate inspection data for Manufacturing, Engineering, Maintenance, Quality and customers. Another key performance marker will be your ability to effectively prioritize your work. Bring your expertise to our great working environment and be the go-to CMM programmer for our company.
Hatch is recognized as a world class leader in the design and manufacturing of metal stampings and assemblies. Hatch specializes in design, prototype construction, progressive die construction, stampings and assemblies. Hatch is the automotive stamping and assembly benchmark for innovation, technology, quality, delivery and service. Capabilities include a wide range of progressive and transfer die technology with presses ranging from 100 to 1,200 ton. Hatch also provides a wide range of assembly capabilities which include laser welding, resistance welding, robotic mig welding, robotic and automated component assembly, tapping, staking and orbital peening.