Stuller, Inc.

  • Tool & Die Maker Master

    Job Locations US-LA-Lafayette
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/11/2018 4:08 PM)
    Req No.
    Work Hours
    7:00 am - 3:30 pm
  • Overview

    This position is responsible for the proper concept, design and complete construction and assembly of both single operation and progressive die type tooling. Responsible for technical training and advisements to Apprentices and Journeyman Toolmakers to include basic tooling design layouts, machining applications, die tryouts and troubleshooting activities


    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Formal T&D Apprenticeship and a minimum of 5-years on the job experience.
    • Good communication and Team Skills.
    • Able to follow as well as give concise verbal instructions.


    • Total proficiency and command in operating all tool room equipment and machinery including sinker EDM.
    • Has a complete understanding & total comprehension of basic advanced Die Making operations.
    • Able to interpret, understand and create complex drawings and blue prints.
    • Has a comprehensive understanding of wire EDM capabilities and limitations.
    • Has a solid understanding of CNC machining methods, techniques and capabilities.
    • Able to maintain and sharpen any and all progressive and transfer tooling.
    • Able to troubleshoot progressive tooling in press and provide & perform corrective action solutions to problems.
    • Able and proficient in design layouts and construction of progressive and transfer tooling.
    • Able to prototype individual progressive tooling stations to prove feasibility of concept.
    • Able to interpret product samples and develop part blanks to replicate samples.
    • Able to select and dress the proper grinding wheels used to form grind angles, radius’s and shapes in hardened tool steels.
    • Responsible for instructing and training Apprentices, Machinists and Journeyman Toolmakers.


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