Primary Function: The primary function of a Laser Weld Cell
Operator is to load and run the Laser Welder, perform regular
quality checks and to follow the established job instructions. The
Operator will be trained to trouble shoot mechanical and pneumatic
devices, electronic sensors and vision systems and eventually how
to perform job changeovers.
Laser Welder Operator: 1. Operates laser welder controls. 2.
Loads parts into feed hopper. Can be trained and certified to
operate a battery powered forklift. 3. Perform regular inspection
checks on all critical features and document according to work
instructions. 4. Add detail as appropriate when logging production
info. 5. Keep weld cell area clean and uncluttered, especially at
end of shift. 6. Adhere to all safety requirements. Required
High School Diploma or Equivalent. Mechanical and/or electrical
aptitude is a big plus.
No experience is required for this position. Employee will be
trained for this position.
Occasional lifting or carrying is required. 20 to 50 lbs
Stripmatic Products, Inc. fabricates metal tubular shapes that
are formed in a unique die process in stamping presses. SPI
continues to engineer customized metal processing capabilities to
develop close tolerance outside diameters, exceptional roundness
and length tolerances as well as numerous added value features such
as machined or rolled edge chamfers, pierced holes, notches, welded
seams, embossed patterns, etc.
Bill and Liz Adler purchased Stripmatic Products in February of
1992. They established a management team that was given the
responsibility of redefining the company and establishing strategic
objectives. As a result, our marketing focus has evolved into
serving those customers and applications for which we can offer the
maximum added value.
Stripmatic Products Inc. was founded in 1946 and was located in
Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood since 1948 until they relocated 5
minutes south of downtown Cleveland on the I-77 & Grant Ave exit in
Cuyahoga Hts. in July of 2011. SPI completely renovated an existing
62,700 square foot facility with new lighting, air, electrical
service, crane systems, and a complete build out of the office
space to satisfy our current needs as well as to accommodate for
our planned growth.
Since our founding in 1946 Stripmatic Products delivered high
quality, split-seam bushings, spacers and tubular parts to various
industries. The two major markets that we currently serve are the
automotive and heavy truck industry. In the automotive markets, our
parts are used in chassis, frames, and suspension bushings systems.
In the heavy truck market, our parts are used mainly on the axles
“spider” assembly and suspension systems. Wrapped bushings also
have applications as part of conveyor chain, appliances, lawn and
garden implements, and agricultural equipment.
Stripmatic has over 70 years of “split-seam” fabrication
experience from which we have developed the custom equipment and
processes to maintain the highest level of diameter and length
control in the industry. These parts offer our customer improved
tolerances and cost savings when they convert from cut-off tubing
or machined parts. Our customized end finishing machines will
develop length tolerances of +/- .004”.
We currently have a full plate of R&D projects focused on
expanding our size capability as well as seam welding and other
potential added value operations. We constantly look for
opportunities in non-automotive applications.