Stuller, Inc.

  • Metal Fabrication Sheet Tech 1-1

    Job Locations US-LA-Lafayette
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/19/2018 7:59 AM)
    Req No.
    Work Hours
    8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Overview

    Perform a variety of advanced level metal fabrication operations and duties as assigned to service and assist in breakdown of precious metal material used for finished and die struck products.


    • Able to comprehend and utilize measuring devices
    • Mathematical aptitude
    • Attention to detail
    • Able to stand for long periods
    • Must be able to regularly lift up to 25 pounds with regularity and occasionally 50-75 pounds
    • Must have excellent communication skills and be able to work as part of a team
    • High school diploma or equivalent required


    • Follow all prescribed safety regulations and practices
    • Highly repetitive and routine duties to provide an introduction to the fabrication process
    • Requires care and constant attention to shop activities to avoid injury to self or others
    • Transfer materials to location specified within the process routing
    • Perform lifting/positioning of metal for shearing operations in the raw stage
    • Maintain work area on fabrication floor in a clean and orderly fashion
    • Basic equipment operationsInitial breakdown of raw billets to specific and/or desired thickness
    • Pre-finishing of billet utilized for customers and/or default/production jobs within precision tolerances specified by the process routings
    • Perform mathematical calculations to assist in segregating of material to respective jobs
    • Advanced equipment operations

    • Production setups i.e. wire drawing sequence, power turk roll changes, 4-hi

    • Perform advanced mathematical calculations i.e. material requirements, process yields, process routings

    • Adhere to precise specified finished gauge tolerances

    • Maintain material quality segregation and material quantity accountability

    • Basic comprehension of metallurgical properties


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