Role: Die Setting Specialist

Duty Area 4: Equipment Setup
Duty 4.01: Press and Feedline Setting
Responsibility:
Installing die and materials in equipment with various configurations.
Resources:
Access to equipment, dies, materials, process plans, setup documents, and hand tools
Performance:
  • What you do
    1. Aligning dies to the feedline
    2. Securing dies in the press machines
    3. Adjusting feedline to accommodate the dies and materials
  • Decisions you make
    1. Determining:
      1. If die locators have defects that interfere with alignment
      2. If mating surfaces require conditioning
      3. Best method to align and secure dies
      4. Press shut height
    2. Verifying settings:
      1. Straightener
      2. Feed Length
      3. Part and scrap escapement
      4. Die protection
Compliance:
Full
Evaluation:
Observation, Process verification
Industry Stats

2

Surveys

100%

Acceptance

100%

Usage

 

Role: Die Setting Specialist

Description:
Die Setting Specialists set up equipment to run unproven jobs; install dies in press and load materials into dies or through processing equipment; run and inspect parts while monitoring and adjusting process, equipment and tool conditions; assists in formulating strategies to produce parts.
Roles with identical duty:
Statistics:
  • Surveys - This stat is the number of surveys completed by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
  • Acceptance - This stat is the percentage of SMEs that accept this role or duty as Industry-Recognized
  • Usage - This stat is the percentage of SMEs that state their employer assigns this duty in the workplace