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JOB TITLE: Emergency Field Service Technician. Independently organize and complete a successful service call. Perform a variety of advanced specialized machine tool repair processes.
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Perform a wide variety of tasks associated with servicing, repairing or operation of most CNC machine tools. Set up and operate Renishaw Ballbar and Renishaw Laser Calibration equipment (desirable, not mandatory.
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Health Insurance, Vision, Life, Dental, Long & Short-Term Disability, 401k Profit Sharing. Established in 1989, we are known nationwide as the premier provider in the areas of unique machine builds, CNC retrofitting, machine rebuilding, and machine tool services and repair.
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