Xiamen Takam Machinery Co., Ltd361100About UsTongji North Street No260, Tong'an District, Xiamen, China 361100TAKAM group（TAKAM）is Taiwanese-Owned enterprise with three global production bases, located in California, USA & Taichung, Taiwan & Xiamen, China. Xiamen Takam Machinery Co. Ltd was founded in 1989, located in Xiamen City, China's special economic zone covers an area of 35,000 square meters, engaged in CNC high-tech series product development, research, manufacturing, and sales. Throughout many years of experience, TAKAM has become an international high-end CNC machines’ brand, and widely used in aerospace, automotive, electronics, precision mold making and mechanical parts processing, and many other types of industries in t
A CNC (computer numerical control) programmer is responsible for writing and editing programs that control the operation of CNC machines. These programs provide instructions for the machine to produce precision parts or components for various industries.
Here are some typical job duties of a CNC programmer:
Interpret technical drawings and specifications to determine the machining operations required to produce a part or component.
Select appropriate cutting tools, machine speeds, and feed rates based on the type of material being used and the desired finish.
Use CAD (computer-aided design) software to create 3D models of parts or components, and then import the models into CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) software to generate CNC programs.
Write and edit CNC programs using programming languages such as G-code and M-code.
Test and optimize CNC programs using simulation software to ensure that they produce the desired result.
Troubleshoot issues that arise during the machining process, and make adjustments to the program as needed.
Collaborate with other members of the manufacturing team, including engineers, machinists, and quality control personnel, to ensure that parts are produced to the required specifications.
To become a CNC programmer, one typically needs to have a strong understanding of machining processes and programming languages, as well as experience with CAD and CAM software. A vocational or technical program in CNC machining or a related field can be beneficial, as can experience working as a CNC machinist or operator. Strong attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and the ability to work independently are important traits for success in this role. Some employers may also require certification in specific programming languages or software programs.