2. CNC programmer: CNC programmers write and edit programs that control the operation of CNC machines. They must have a strong understanding of machine operations, materials, and software, and may work closely with engineers and designers to develop and refine programs.
3. CNC operator: CNC operators are responsible for setting up and operating CNC machines to produce parts or components. They may perform routine maintenance and quality checks, as well as troubleshoot any issues that arise during production.
4. Manufacturing engineer: Manufacturing engineers design, develop, and improve manufacturing processes and systems, including CNC machinery. They may work on projects such as improving machine efficiency, reducing waste, and optimizing production schedules.
5. CNC sales engineer: CNC sales engineers work for manufacturers or distributors of CNC machines and related equipment. They must have strong technical knowledge of the products they are selling, as well as excellent communication and customer service skills.