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VICTOR R.

SEANEZ
505 W. Baseline Road #2050
Tempe, AZ 85283
Home:
480/839-4677
vsa2c346@westpost.net
More than 10 years' experience as a WIRE EDM MACHINE OPERATOR,
demonstrating dedication to quality, safety and high productivity to
meet company goals. Expertise:
a Use precision measuring instruments, including
micrometer, height gages, dial and digital calipers, templates,
fixtures, and hand tools.
a Trained in operating Sinker EDM and CNC wire
EDM machines as well as manual mill, waterjet and part-marking
machines.
a Noted for efficiency and commitment to
excellence for continuous performance improvement.
Training and Certifications: CNC Wire EDM Machine Operator and OSHA
EXPERIENCE
MANPOWER / SUPERIOR STAFFING, Phoenix ,
Arizona
8/08 - Present
Temporary Assignments
a GLASS WORKER, Sol Focus, Mesa , Arizona
Operated a vacuum heat furnace and worked on an annealer
in the manufacture of photovoltaic cells which are used in energy
production / "green" industry.
a MACHINE OPERATOR- MANUAL LATHE, Honeywell,
Phoenix , Arizona
Set up and indicated fixtures in; loaded and cut parts
using inserts to machine parts to specified size; inspected and
measured parts using Mueller bar and calipers; remachined if
necessary.
a PARTS DRIVER, Honeywell, Phoenix , Arizona
Transported parts to departments throughout the company to maintain
high productivity.
CHROMALLY ARIZONA , Phoenix ,
Arizona
8/07 - 8/08
METALWORKER
With attention to the highest standards of safety, positioned,
aligned and fit parts to form complete units or subunits, following
blueprints and layout specifications.
a Verified conformance of work pieces to
specifications, using measuring devices.
a Laid out and examined metal stock or work
pieces to be processed, ensuring that specifications and quality
standards were met.
SMITH-WEST, INC. (now Paradigm Precision), Tempe ,
Arizona
10/97 - 6/07
WIRE EDM MACHINE OPERATOR
Machined parts to blueprints / specifications, operating equipment
in compliance with company processes, required machining sequences
and OSHA safety guidelines in an ISO 9000 environment. Operated up to
6 wire EDM machines concurrently as well as a water jet to cut parts.
a Selected, aligned, and secured holding
fixtures, cutting tools and materials, setting controls to regulate
machining factors such as speed, feed, depth and angle of cut.
a Inspected quality and accuracy of run work,
performing first-piece inspection; adjusted machine controls as
needed to produce high-volume, high-quality parts.
a Worked cooperatively with other employees,
promoting teamwork to maximize productivity and meet departmental
goals.
EDUCATION
AIR CONDITIONING COURSE, Maricopa County Skill Center , Phoenix ,
Arizona
CEMENT MASONRY, Phoenix Job Corps, Phoenix , Arizona
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VICTOR REYES SEANEZ
505 W. Baseline Rd. Apt.2050
Tempe, AZ 85283
480-839-4677
Summary:
* Working knowledge of Sinker EDM machine and CNC wire EDM machine,
manual mill machine
* Works well in a high pressure environment.
* Well-organized and efficient.
* Trained in areas of OMAX WaterJet Cutting machine as well as
operating PartMarking machine
* Thorough understanding of CNC Wire EDM machining processes
Experience:
Chromalloy, Arizona Phoenix, AZ
Metalworker 08/28/07 to 06/20/08
* Position, align and fit, parts to form complete units or subunits,
following blueprints and layout specifications.
* Verify conformance of work pieces to specifications, using squares,
rulers, and measuring tapes.
* Lay out and examine metal stock or work pieces to be processed in
order to ensure that specifications are met.
Smith-West Inc. Tempe, AZ
Wire EDM Machine Operator 10/27/97 to 06/28/07
* Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to
specifications, using precision measuring instruments, templates, and
fixtures.
* Mount, install, align, and secure tools, attachments, fixtures, and
work pieces on machines, using hand tools and precision measuring
instruments.
* Listen to machines during operation in order to detect sounds such
as those made by dull cutting tools or excessive vibration and adjust
machines to compensate for problems.
* Adjust machine feed and speed, change cutting tools, or adjust
machine controls when automatic programming is faulty or if machines
malfunction.
* Stop machines to remove finished work pieces, or to change tooling,
setup, or work piece placement, according to required machining
sequences.
* Modify cutting programs to account for problems encountered during
operation and save modified programs.
* Insert control instructions into machine control units to start
operation.
Education:
Maricopa County Skill Center Phoenix, AZ
Air-Conditioning Course 1981
Phoenix Job Corps Phoenix, AZ
Cement Masonry 1982
Company Certification:
CNC Machine Operator and OSHA