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Welding Lead / Robotic Programmer - Motoman

Job Description

We are seeking a Welding Lead / Robotic Programmer - Motoman to become an integral part of our team! The Welder will use specialized equipment to weld and assemble new metal forms by programming the Motoman robotic set up to complete all of our necessary jobs. We need someone who is fluent in the language of this machine, able to program tasks without supervision. Equally knowledgeable about welding and Motoman robotics.


We offer:



  • Competitive salary

  • Staggered signing bonus for experts willing to live and work in our Hartford City, Indiana locale

  • Family atmosphere

  • Great floor with a solid crew of guys

  • Career opportunity with room to grow


Responsibilities:



  • Manufacture and fabricate finished metal products by using the Motoman robot

  • Install and repair various equipment and components within this programming

  • Follow blueprints to meet product specifications

  • Calculate material measurements to verify specifications

  • Conduct tests to evaluate weld quality and tolerance


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in welding, manufacturing, or other related fields

  • Ease of use with this type of programming as it relates to automated welding

  • Familiarity with welding tools and procedures

  • Familiarity with engineering blueprints and schematics

  • Ability to handle physical workload



Company Description
Our Mission
Tru-Form Steel & Wire, Inc. is committed to supplying our customers with quality products, on-time delivery and competitive pricing using today's highest technology in fabrication.
Since 1972, Tru-Form Steel & Wire, Inc. offers more versatility than any other steel fabrication manufacturer. We are a third generation family-owned business. We have the capabilities to design, prototype and manufacture to meet your steel & tube fabrication needs.



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