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CNC programmers work with CNC machines, which cut and shape metal, plastic or glass to form a finished part. They plot out, step-by-step, the way a machine will do its job or making auto, machine or other parts that need to meet extremely exact standards. It takes someone who understands computer technology, as Jan from Producto Moore in Bridgeport, explains.

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  4. Laser Technician Supervisor - Dave
  5. Aerospace Technician - Elizabeth
  6. CNC Programmer - Jan
  7. Engineer - Curtis

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