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 National Security Technologies, LLC, SurfCAM 4/5 Axis, Pro-E, CNC Machinist
Joshua
Posted: Feb 15 2012, 10:45 AM


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Looking for experienced CNC machinists:

Must be qualified to draw and post using Surf Cam 5.2, with 4th and 5th axis capabilities

and Pro- engineer wild fire 4.0. Machine examples Haas, Fadal, Hardinge and EDM.

CNC Machinist must do their own programming and machine set-up

and have solid understanding of Geometric dimensioning and tolerencing, Trigonometry,

feeds and speeds for various materials.



Contact: Edward Grant Hill (Superintendant)

Phone# 702-295-2595 or Email: hilleg@nv.doe.gov



Contact: Chris Naffziger (Assistant Superintendant)

Phone # 702-295-1529 or Email: naffzicj@nv.doe.gov





Chris Naffziger

Assistant Superintendant A-1 Machine Shop

National Security Technologies, LLC

Contractor to the United States Department of Energy

Ph. (702) 295-1529

Fax:(702) 295-2413

Email: naffzicj@nv.doe.gov

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