diemaker


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diemaker

n
(General Engineering) someone who makes dies
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Noun1.diemaker - someone who makes dies
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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My dad started as a tool and diemaker working for de Havilland at the Downsview plant and left as a controls engineer.
A steel-rule diemaker, he worked at the Container Corporation of America, Medford, and Boutwell-Owens, Fitchburg.
With a full-time diemaker on staff and a fully-equipped machine shop in its plant, the company has also started producing its own dies in-house, with typical turnaround of two to three days.
In the near future the diemaker will punch out parts, scan them and send data to the OE who will 'assemble' parts in a virtual world to see if they fit.
Level II standards cover the specialized machining and assembling skills required for a moldmaker and diecasting diemaker.
I am a tool- and diemaker with 20 years experience.
It reinforces the collaborative engineering approach within the continuous improvement process," declared Mark Vrolijk, Diemaker Product Manager at ESI Group.
So, as the solid casting shrinks away from the mold walls, it assumes final dimensions that must be predicted by the pattern- or diemaker.
How many times does a toolmaker, diemaker, or someone involved with gear or gage manufacture look at a drawing and material requirement and have to make a decision?
In effect, it can turn a machinist into a diemaker.