TMF Center produces component parts for manufacturers of off-highway construction equipment, the mining industry, and heavy-duty trucking. TMF’s customers demand world-class processes and systems to support those products. They also require pricing that will compete on a global scale. To meet their needs, TMF must have the right equipment and the best staff operating in a favorable business climate within the community.
Measure, cut, and assemble metal projects using an electric arc and inert gas. Prepare metal surfaces, check gas ratios, and inspect welds. Clean all welds to be free of spatter or any defects. Repair defects following a repair procedure and conform to all inspection criteria.
Maintain cleanliness of work area
Performs light maintenance activities such as replacing wire or changing weld tips
Check’s part using Quality Department-approved tools to determine accuracy to print
Clock on jobs and parts accurately to notify office personnel of part status
Exhibits consistent safe working habits
Wears all required PPE
Aware of and properly uses light guards, emergency stops, etc. for safe machine operation.
Operates at or above company quality standards
Consistently practices inspection procedures as set forth in quality manual and WPS Matrix
Uses measuring tools (calipers, tape, protractor and square, weld gauge) to ensure product accuracy
Uses quality manual as reference for all tasks
geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing
weld terminology and use of multiple gages.
Any Production Welder must be given a weld test so that TMF can gauge the extent of their skill. This test will be administered by the Weld Shop supervisor or their designee. This test is pass/fail. No employees will be allowed to weld without passing a weld test.
TMF will administer Vision test will be given every 6 months to ensure that vision is still acceptable for welding. Test will be performed in weld shop office by qualified personnel.